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INDEX OF PATENTS 



ISSUED FROM 



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PATENT OFFICE 



1922 




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INDEX OF PATENTS 



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PATENT OFFICE 



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DECISIONS PRINTED IN THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE IN 1922. 



Ahlteen. Ex parte. 304 O. G., 447. 

Anderson v. Symons. 303 O. G., 624. 

Associated Mortgage Investors, Inc. Ex parte. 295 O. Or., 

227. . 
Automatic Pencil Sharpener Co. v. Boston Pencil Pointer 

Co. 299 O. G., 659. 
Baumgardner v. Hudson. 296 O. G., 837. 
Baus v. Copony. 296 O. G., 219. 
Belber Trunk & Bag Co. v. Bag Corporation. 304 O. G., 

831. 
Bijur v. Kennington. 295 O. G., 887. 
Borger. In re. 296 O. G., 457. 
Boston Pencil Pointer Co. v. Automatic Pencil Sharpener 

Co. 297 O. G., 398. 
Bungay v. Grey. 305 O. G., 207. 
Carroll. In re. 297 O. G., 189. 
Chalman v. De Voe. 303 O. G., 623. 
Chessin v. Klahn. 305 O. G., 833. 
Clark v. Buffum. 296 O. G., 456. 
Clement v. McQuarrie and Bullard. 298 O. G., 1081. 
Condron Co. v. Corrugated Bar Co. 300 O. G., 616. 
Currier v. Slough. 305 O. G., 419. 
Deco Co., The, v. The Dayton Ignition Company. 301 

O. G., 631.' 
Dosenbach v. Webster. 302 O. G., 595. 
Doulett v. Muther. Doulett v. .Glines. Deitsch v. Doulett. 

Glines v. Doulett. Deitsch v. Wales. Deitsch v. Smith. 

299 O. G., 869. 

Dowell v. Doman. . 300 O. G., 815. 

Dunbar. Ex parte. 300 O. G., 201. 

Eberle et al. v. Stix, Baer & Fuller Dry Goods Co. et al. 

301 O. G., 184. 
Eldred v. Pink and Yunck. Yunck v. Eldred and Pink. 

300 O. G., 201. 

Ellis, Jeffery, and Maddocks. Ex parte. 301 O. G., 845. 

Fesenmeier. Ex parte. 302 O. G., 199. 

Fore Electrical Mfg. Co. et al. v. St. Louis Electrical 
Works et al. 302 O. G., 780. 

Glafcke. In re. 296 O. G., 647. 

Goodrum v. Clement. Goodrum v. Webster and Clement. 
Webster v. Clement and Goodrum. Webster v. Clement. 
304 O. G., 623. 

Gray v. McAfee. 300 O. G., 815. 

Hammond and Hammond. Ex parte. 301 O. G., 1051. 

Hand and Wygant v. Van Berkel. 305 O. G., 420. 

Haskell. In re. 298 O. G., 1082. 

Hellmund. Ex parte. 303 O. G., 397. 

Hernandez-Mejia v. Kelley. 298 O. G., 181. 

Higinbotham. Ex parte. 304 O. G., 231. 

Huntington v. Brown. 297 O. G., 189. 

Inderrieden Canning Co. In re. 295 O. G., 887. 

Ironsides Company, The. v. The Citizens Wholesale Sup- 
ply Company. 297 O. G., 589. 

Jessurun v. Peerless Light Co. 302 O. G., 200. 

Keller. Ex parte. 298 O. G., 867. 

Keller. In re. 298 O. G., 867. 

Klauer v. Western Metal Specialty Co. et al. 297 O. G., 
189. 

Knudsen. In re. 296 O. G., 839. 

Krank Mfg. Co., A. J., v. Pabst et al. 297 O. G., 587. 

Kusterer. Ex parte. 298 O. G., 641. 



Laclede-Christy Clay Products Co. v. City of St. Louis. 

301 O. G., 389. 
Leonard v. Everett. 304 O. G., 232. 

Lilly & Co., Eli, v. Wm. K. Warner & Co. 294 O. G., 803. 
Lindau v. Smulski. 302 O. G., 779. 
Locomotive Stoker Co. v. Mechanical Const. Co. 299 

O. G., 233. 
Long, Jr., Company, Chas. R. In re. 303 O. G., 398. 
Lorillard Company, P., v. Beech-Nut Packing Company. 

297 O. G., 799. 
Macy & Co. Inc., R. H., v. The Macey Company, Inc. 295 

O. G., 463. 
Mcllhenny Company v. Trappey. 297 O. G., 800. 
Mcllhenny's Son, E., v. B. F. Trappey & Sons. 299 O. G., 

461. 
Mclntyre v. Naiman. 303 O. G., 177. 
Miller. Ex parte. 305 O. G., 419. 

Minnesota & Ontario Paper Co. v. Eibel. 294 O. G., 437. 
Mummert. In re. 298 O. G.. 414. 
Nathan, Jr. In re. 301 O. G., 183. 
O'Sullivan Rubber Co., Inc., v. Genuine Rubber Co. et al. 

301 O. G., 631. 
Overmire and Flynn v. Fahrenwald. 297 O. G., 397. 
Pacific States Electric Co. v. Wright. 298 O. G., 413. 
Paris, Jr., v. Burke. 303 O. G., 852. 
Plumly. In re. 302 O. G., 597. 
Power. In re. 302 O. G., 780, and 303 O. G., 400. 
Prescott and Rummler. In re. 301 O. G., 389. 
Quaker City Chocolate and Confectionery Company, Inc., 

v. Kernan. 297 O. G., 590. 
Rajah Auto Supply Co. v. Belvidere Screw & Machine Co. 

et al. 294 O. G., 993. 
Rogers and Ball v. Aikman. 297 O. G., 800. 
Ruth v. Groch. 296 O. G., 839. 
Schollenberger. In re. 300 O. G., 615. 
Scott v. Longtin et al. 304 O. G., 233. 
Scott Paper Company. Ex parte. 297 O. G., 587. 
Sherman v. Hagemann. 301 O. G., 1052. 
Shoemaker and Bruck v. Huntington. 296 O. G., 455. 
Skinner v. Swartwout. 303 O. G., 851. 
Slivinski v. Lane. 295 O. G., 464. 
Staso Laminated Slate Co. v. Stowell Mfg. Co. 301 O. G., 

846. 
Stein v. Dosch. 300 O. G., 409. 
Sweetland. Ex parte. 297 O. G., 397. 
Tanner. Ex parte. 305 O. G., 420. 
Tauern and Lyon. Ex parte. 305 O. G., 207, and 305 

O. G., 633. 
Thomson Spot Welder Co. v. Ford Motor Co. 303 O. G., 

1095. 
Toledo Scale Company. In re. 303 O. G., 399. 
Union Tool Co. v. Wilson. 302 O. G., 395. 
United Shoe Machinery Co. v. L. Q. White Shoe Co. 299 

O. G., 459. 
Wahl v. Main. 303 O. G., 398. 
Wahl v. Wright. 294 O. G., 631. 
Webster v. Fish. 296 O. G., 455. 
Widmer v. Sipp. 302 O. G., 596. 
Williams v. Shirreffs. 305 O. G., 631. 
Wilson et al. v. Haber Bros., Inc. 294 O. G., 231. 
Yunck v. Eldred and Fink. 300 O. G., 201. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF 

PATENTEES FOR THE YEAR 1922. 



[Patentees of Designs, Trade-Marks, Labels, and Prints, and parties who have filed Disclaimers follow this In 
separate indexes, but precede the Alphabetical List of Inventions.] 



A. G. A. Railway Light & Signal Co. (See Meden, Elof 
H., assignor.) 

A. P. W. Paper Co. (See Crandell, Willis S., assignor.) 

A/S de Norske Saltverker. (See Isaacbsen, Isak, as- 
signor.) 

A/S Hiorth's Elektriske, Induktionsovn. (See Hiortb, 
Albert, assignor.) 

A/S Hoyangfaldene Norsk Aluminium Co. (See Peder- 
sen. Harald, assignor.) 

A/S Labrador. (See Me.idell. Thor, assignor.* 

AS Perkussion. (See Brondby. Fridtjof N., assignor.) 

A/S Separator. (See Holte. Halvor. assignor.) 

Aagaard, Otto W., Chicago, 111. Cushion for telephone re- 
ceivers. No. 1,426,340 ; Aug. 22. 

Aalborg, Christian, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Latching 
device. No. 1,432,433; Oct. 17. 

Aalborg, Christian, Pittsburgh, and A. H. Bakken, Edge- 
wood Park, Pa., assignors to Westingbouse Electric & 
Manufacturing Company. Circuit interrupter. No. 
1,437,079; Nov. 28. 

Aarup, Hans C, Springfield, 111. Air compressor. No. 
1,422,070; July 11. 

Aass, Hjalmar, Christiania, Norway. Automatic cock 
valve. No. 1,435,7S1 ; Nov. 14. 

Abare, Roy, Chazy, N. Y. Slide protractor. No. 1,417, S78 ; 
May 30. 

Abbe. Charles C. (See Allen, W. A., and Abbe.) 

Abbott, Adrian O., Jr., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Morgan 
& Wright. Attachment for mixing mills. No. 
1,405,383 ; Feb. 7. 

Abbott, Adrian O., Jr., Detroit. Mich., assignor to Morgan 
& Wright. Gauge. No. 1,409,907; Mar. 21. 

Abbott, Adrian O., Jr., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Mor- 
gan and Wright. Mold for heavy-truck tire flaps. No. 
1.420,803; June 27. 

Abbott, Adrian O., jr., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Morgan 
& Wright. Mold-opening device. No. 1,424,791 ; Aug. 8. 

Abbott, Augustus, assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
Universal Device Company. Denver, Colo. Coin count- 
ing and wrapping device. No. 1,406,958 ; Feb. 21. 

Abbott, Augustus, Denver, Colo., assignor to The Uni- 
versal Device Company. Coin counting and wrapping 
device. No. 1,406,959 ; Feb. 21. 

Abbott, Cecil C, Harbor Springs, W. E. Bassett and B. L. 
Bassett, assignors of one-fourth to I. L. Bassett, De- 
troit, Mich. Fire escape. No. 1,419,532 ; June 13. 

Abbott, Cecil C, Harbor Springs, W. E., B. L., and I. L. 
Bassett, Detroit, Mich. Fire escape. No. 1,435,366 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Heating unit. No. 1,432,434 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfield. Mass.. assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric terminal. No. 1,432,435; 
Oct. 17. 

Abbott, Chauncey W., assignor to American Wiremold 
Company, Hartford, Conn. Carton for flexible conduits. 
No. 1,431,352; Oct. 10. 

Abbott. Christopher It., Anderson, Ind. Furnace control 
mechanism. No. 1,428.516; Sept. 12. 

Abbott, Daniel A.. Greater Capitol Heights, Md. Spark- 
plug. No. 1,429,821 ; Sept. 19. 

Abbott, Ezekiel S., Detroit, Micb. Railway crossing. 
No. 1,417,964 ; May 30. 

Abbott, Frank E., Coalinga, Calif. Guard for nooks,. 
No. 1,411,549; Apr. 4. 

Abbott, Frank E., Oilfields, Calif. Polish for varnished 
and painted surfaces. No. 1,411,550 ; Apr. 4. 

Abbott, Frank F. (See Schnable, G. L., and Abbott.) 

Abbott, Franklin E., Buffalo, assignor to Lackawanna 
Steel Company. Lackawanna, N. Y. Tie plate. No. 
1,425,309 ; Aug. 8. 

Abbott. Franklin E., Buffalo, assignor to Lackawanna 
Steel Companv, Lackawanna, N. Y. Tie plate. No. 
1.425.310; Aug. 8. 

Abbott Incorporated. (See Abbott, William E., assignor.) 

Abbott, Incorporated. (See Horstkotte, G. A., assignor.) 



Abbott Laboratories, The. (See Biehn, Joseph F., as- 
signor.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Burdick, A. S., and Vliet, 
assignors.) 

Abbott, Tom, Pontyclun, Llantrisant, Wales. Means for 
mechanically oiling the wheels o£ tramway and like 
vehicles. No. 1,416,668 ; May 23. 

Abbott, William E., assignor to Abbott Incorporated, 
Bend, Oreg. Radiator funnel. No. 1,420,011 ; June 20. 

Abbott, William E., assignor to Abbott Incorporated, Bend, 
Oreg. Washboard. No. 1,427,048 ; Aug. 22. 

Abe, Seikichi, Los Angeles, Calif. Sleeve holder. No. 
1,425,434 ; Aug. 8. 

Abegg, Walter A., Los Angeles, Calif. Socket wrench. 
No. 1,422,067 ; July 11. 

Abele, Joseph B., Philadelphia, Pa. Game. No. 1,421,650 ; 
July 4. 

Abell, Arthur, Salem, Mass., assignor of one-third to J. 
Horton, New York, N. Y., and one-third to W. H. Mc- 
Sweeney, Salem, Mass. Lock. No. 1,433,591 ; Oct. 31. 

Abell, Harry C. (See Batchelor, Harold, assignor.) 

Abell, Rollin, Milton, Mass. Coaster brake. No. 
1.413.952; Apr. 25. 

Abell, Rollin, Milton, Mass. Liquid-fuel motor. No. 
1,424,705; Aug. 1. 

Abell, William R., Marbury, Md. Brake. No. 1,428,673 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Abendroth, Elmer T., De Pere, Wis., assignor to Hudson 
Manufacturing Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Pail 
holder. No. 1,429,917 ; Sept. 26. 

Abendschein, Frederick H., Yonkers, N. Y. Piano action. 
No. 1,435.442 ; Nov. 14. 

Abercromuie, Charles M., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to 
The Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. 
Sewing machine. No. 1,424,706 ; Aug. 1. 

Abercrombie, James R„ Siloam Springs, Ark. Rim re- 
ducing and expanding implement. No. 1,428,674 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Abigt, William, Evansville, Ind. Hot-air furnace. No. 
1.431. 07S ; Oct. 3. 

Ablahadian, Eleeza C., Glendale, Calif. Chemical-labora- 
tory apparatus. No. 1.435.367 : Nov. 14. 

Able. George D., St. Louis, Mo. Garment supporter. No. 
1,412.033 ; Apr. 11. 

Aborn, Edward, East Orange, N. J. Filter coffeepot. No. 
1,440,047 ; Dec. 26. 

Aborn, George P., Brookline, Mass., assignor to Worthing- 
ton Pump and Machinery Corporation. Engine valve. 
No. 1,427,767 ; Sept. 5. 

Aborn, George P., Brookline, Mass., assignor to Worthing- 
ton Pump and Machinery Corporation. Engine valve. 
No. 1,435,191 ; Nov. 14. 

Abraham, Clinton D., deceased, by Chester H. Ross, ad- 
ministrator, assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Material for mine-venti- 
lating tubing. No. 1,432.585 ; Oct. 17. 

Abraham. Herbert, New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Ruberoid Company. Shingle. No. 1,438,571 ; Dec. 12. 

Abraham, Herbert, New York, N. Y., assignor to The Rub- 
eroid Co. Strip shingle. (Reissue.) No. 15,280 ; 
Feb. 7. 

Abraham. Herbert, New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Ruberoid Company. Interlocking shingle. No. 
1,410,807 ; Mar. 28. 

Abraham^ Herbert, New York, N. Y.. assignor to The Rub- 
eroid Co. Strip : shingle cutter. No. 1,415,758 ; May 9. 

Abraham, John, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Towing hook. No. 1,417,222 ; May 23. 

Abraham, Walter R., Oshkosh, Wis. Ice-cream-brick-cut- 
ting machine. No. 1,436,001 ; Nov. 21. 

Abraham & Straus Inc. (See Blum, Edward C, assignor.) 

Abrahams, Charles, Brooklyn, assignor to J. Abrahams, 
New York, N. Y. Depth or liquid-level gauge. No. 
1,428,570: Sept. 12. 

Abrahams, Jacob. (See Abrahams, Charles, assignor.) 

Abrahams, Julius. Melbourne, Pa. Making photographic 
prints. No. 1,410,151 ; Mar. 21. 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Abrahams, Julius, Millbourne, Pa. Brush pad. No. 
1,484,183; Oct. 31. 

Abrahamson, Delia F., Chicago, 111. Knee protector. No. 
1,440,121 ; Dec. 26. 

Abramcbuk, Joseph A., Rossburn, Manitoba, Canada. 
Sleigh brake. No. 1,429,995 ; Sept. 26. 

Abraruowitz, Joseph, Madison, 111. Arch support. No. 
1,418,048 ; May 30. 

Abrains, Arthur J., Chicago, 111., assignor of one -quarter 
to M. J. Mintz, one-quarter to C. Greinert, and one- 
quarter to W. Engels, New York, N. Y. Music score 
for motion pictures. No. 1,409,351 ; Mar. 14. 

Abrams, Isaac, Jersey Cily, N. J. Vest, jacket, and the 
like. No. 1,421,131 ; June 27. 

ADrams, John M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Resilient tire. No. 
1,401,948; Jan. 3. 

Abrams, John M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Screw cap. No. 
1.421,885 ; July 4. 

Abramsen, Petter B., Dormont, Pa. Mechanical doubler 
for sheet and tin plates. No. 1,434,470 ; Nov. 7. 

Abramson, Louis A., New York, N. Y. Closure for door- 
ways. No. 1,415,854 ; May 16. 

Abramson, Nathan, New York, N. Y. Electric time switch. 
No. 1,420,902 ; June 27. 

Abrasive Company. (See Brockbank, Clarence J., as- 
signor.) 

Abrell, Charles, Redding, Calif. Tableware. No. 1,406,135 ; 
Feb. 7. 

Abt, Hugo A. F., Chicago, 111. Bascule bridge. No. 
1,412,327 ; Apr. 11. 

Abt, Hugo A. F., Chicago, 111. Bascule bridge. No. 
1,412,328; Apr. 11. 

Academy Club Toy Making. (See Stewart, D.N., and Wil- 
liams, assignors.) 

Accessories Manufacturing Company. (See Bramming, 
Carl, assignor.) 

Accles, James G., Birmingham, England. Pistol such as 
is used for slaughtering purposes. No. 1,435,573 ; Nov. 14. 

Ace Magneto Company, The. (See Putt, Harlie O., as- 
signor.) 

Acer, Herbert A., Medina, N. Y. Furnace pipe. No. 
1,429,822 ; Sept. 19. 

Achelpohl, John W. (See Hammond, H. D., Achelpohl, 
and Leslie.) 

Achenbach, Lewis H., Pottsville, Pa. Bee feeder. No. 
1,426,701 ; Aug. 22. 

Acheson Corporation. (See Acheson, George W., assignor.) 

Acheson, Edward G., New York, N. Y. Paper product and 
making the same. No. 1,419,951 ; June 20. 

Acheson, Edward G., New York, N. Y. Soap composition 
and making same. No. 1,419,952 ; June 20. 

Acheson, George W., Newark, N. J., assignor to Acheson 
Corporation, New York. N. Y. Preparing pigment oil 
compositions. No. 1,431,079; Oct. 3. 

Acheson, George W., Newark, N. J., assignor to Acheson 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Preparing varnishes. 
No. 1,431,080 ; Oct. 3. 

Acheson, George W., Newark, N. J., assignor to Acheson 
Corporation,' New York. N. Y. Lake and preparing 
same. No. 1,431,081 ; Oct. 3. 

Acheson Graphite Company. (See Mardick, John R., 
assignor.) 

Achtmeyer, William, Middletown, Conn. Friction com- 
position and making same. No. 1,418,607 ; June 6. 

Achtmeyer, William, Middletown, Conn. Condensation 
product of phenol and formaldehyde and making same. 
No. 1,429,265 : Sept. 19. 

Achtmeyer, William, Middletown, Conn. Disk clutch fac- 
ing and making same. No. 1,429,266 ; Sept. 19. 

Achtmeyer, William, Middletown, Conn. Phenolic con- 
densation product and making same. No. 1,429,267 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Acid, Gabriel. Butte, Mont. Dirigible headlight. No. 
1,411.147 ; Mar. 28. 

Acken, Wiley S., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Robins 
Conveying Belt Company. Screening apparatus. No. 
1,418,899 ; June 6. 

Acker, Edna H., assignor to S. N. Acker, Washington, 
D. C. Theatrical appliance. No. 1,419,191 ; June 13. 

Acker, Edwin. (See Kunert, F., and Acker.) 

Acker, Samuel N. (See Acker, Edna H., assignor.) 

Ackerberg, Carl, assignor to Challoner Company, Osh- 
kosh, Wis. Means for securing anti-skid chains to vehi- 
cle wheels. No. 1,424,971 ; Aug. 8. 

Ackerman, Charles N., Chicago, 111., assignor to Ackerman- 
Johnson Co. Screw-holding anchor. No. 1,416,433 ; 
May 16. 

Ackerman, Clemens W., Chicago, 111., assignor to Frog 
Switch and Manufacturing Company, Carlisle, Pa. 
Rock crusher. No. 1,424,792 ; Aug. 8. 

Ackerman, Frank, St'. Louis, assignor to Curtis & Co. Mfg. 
Co., Wellston. Mo. Lubricating system for piston ma- 
chines. No. 1.435,574 ; Nov. 14. 

Ackerman, Frank E., St. Paul, Minn. Mechanical hoist. 
No. 1,423.638 ; July 25. 

Ackerman, George F., Erie. Pa. Machine for forming 
forged rinirs. No. 1,432,228 ; Oct. 17. 

Ackerman, Henry F.. and J. F. Habben, Palmer, Iowa. 
Radiator. No. 1,405,381 ; Feb. 7. 

Ackerman-Johnson Co. (See Ackerman. Charles N., as- 
signor.) 

Ackerman, Robert, assignor to Hudson Manufacturing 
Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Clamping device for 
drinking bowls. No. 1,428,577 ; Sept. 12, 



Ackermann, Adelrich, Reiden, Switzerland. Parachute. 
No. 1,406,521 ; Feb. 14. 

Ackermann, Frank, et al. (See Gould, Herman, as- 
signor.) 

Ackermann, Frank B. (See Steffan, W. C. Ackermann, 
and Greiner.) 

Ackermann, Franz. (See Steinbuch, E., Ackermann, and 
Utzinger.) 

Ackermann Manufacturing Company. (See Peyser, Jos- 
eph, assignor.) 

Ackermann, William E., Portsmouth, Ohio. Expanded 
metal structure. No. 1,419.709; June 13. 

ACKers, Lewis J., et al. (See Barbour, Otho A., assignor.) 

Aciancl, Edward H., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Guard 
for billiard-table pockets. No. 1,421,361 ; July 4. 

Ackley. Fred D., Kirkland, Wash. Carburetor. No. 
1,428,200; Sept. 5.* 

Ackley, Fred D., Kirkland, Wash. Carburetor. No. 
1,435,043 ; Nov. 7. 

Ackroyd. Robert E., Northampton, England. Device for 
increasing combustion in fireplaces. No. 1,430,781 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Acme Accessories Corporation. (See Twomhly, Willard I., 
assignor.) 

Acme Artificial Silk Company, The. (See Huttinger, 
Charles A., assignor.) 

Acme Die Casting Corporation. (See Bungay, George W., 
assignor.) 

Acme Electric Heating Company. (See Rice, George A., 
assignor.) 

Acme Electric & Mfg. Co., The. (See Bunch, Charles H., 
assignor.) 

Acme Motor Shield Corporation. (See McMullen, Joseph 
B., assignor.) 

Acme Shear Company, The. (See Conway, J. J., and 
Koehler, assignors.) 

Acme Shear Company, The. (See Wheeler, David C, as- 
signor.) 

Acme Wire Company, The. (See Balke, William H., 
assignor.) 

Acocella, Gabriele, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Surgical 
instrument. No. 1,438,080 : Dec. 5. 

Actien Gesellschaft fur Anilin Fabrikation. (See De- 
dichen, Jens, assignor.) 

Actien Gesellschaft fur Anilin Fabrikation. (See Gelder- 
mann, H., and Meyer, assignors.) 

Actien Gesellschaft fur Anilin Fabrikation. (See Gold- 
berg, P., Onnertz, and Peters, assignors.) 

Actien-Gesellschaft fur Anilin Fabrikation. (See Haug- 
witz, Rudolf, assignor.) 

Actien Gesellschaft fur Anilin Fabrikation. (See Herz- 
berg, W., and Hoppe, assignors.) 

Actien Gesellschaft fur Anilin Fabrikation. (See Herz- 
berg, W., and Scharfenberg, assignors.) 

Actien Gesellschaft fur Anilin Fabrikation. (See Kalt- 
wasser, O., and Oehrn.) 

Actien Gesellschaft fur Anilin Fabrikation. (See Lange, 
Werner, assignor.) . 

Actien Gesellschaft fur Anilin Fabrikation. (See Loftier, 
Reinhold. assignor.) 

Actien Gesellschaft fur Anilin Fabrikation. (See Onnertz, 
Paul, assignor.) 

Aetien Gesellschaft fiir Anilin Fabrikation. (See Schoner, 
B., and Siebert, assignors.) 

Acton, Walter, and W. M. MacKean, Paisley, Scotland. 
Separation of solids from liquids. No. 1,435,886 ; Nov. 14. 

Acuff, Frank E., Chicago, 111. Valve mechanism. No. 
1,421,132 ; June 27. 

Adacbi, Keijiro. (See Nakayama, M.. and Adachi.) 

Adair, Samuel E., assignor to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Electrical coil. No. 
1,409,352 ; Mar. 14. 

Adam, Henri V., Djocoja, Java. Automatic weighing ma- 
chine. No. 1,416,312; May 16. .„„„•„„ 

Adam, Joel U., Cincinnati, Ohio. Truss. No. 1,435,368 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Adam, Joseph F., Marengo, Saskatchewan, Canada- At- 
tachment for shovels. No. 1,426,442; Aug. 22. 

Adam, Matthew A. (See Legg, David A., assignor.) 

Adam, Matthew A., London, England. Treatment of cel- 
lulose or material containing cellulose. No. 1,402,201 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Adamczvk. Stanley, Chicopee, Mass. Rubber heel. No. 
1,436,930 ; Nov. 28. 

Adamek, Antone J., Orient, S. Dak. Sickle-blade holder. 
No. 1,434.644; Nov. 7. 

Adams, Aaron M., and M. W. Landau, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Cap-size-reducing device. No. 1,409,810 ; Mar. 14. 

Adams, Arthur H., Sparkill, assignor to Western Electric 
Company. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Printing tele- 
graph. No. 1.401.950; Jan. 3. 

Adams, Arthur H.. Galion, Ohio, assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, incorporated, New York, N. Y. Printing 
telegraph. No. 1,426,803 ; Aug. 22. 

Adams, Arthur H., Galion, Ohio, assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Type- 
writer. No. 1,426,804 ; Aug. 22. 

Adams-Bach Hdkf. Mfg. Co. (See Bach, Irvin S., as- 
signor.) 

Adams, Benjamin F. (See Williams. F. B.. and Adams.) 

Adams, Carieton C. (See Grob, A. R., and Adams.) 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Adams, Charles F., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to Hamel 
Shoe Machinery Company. Lasting machine. No. 
1,412,032; Apr. 11. 

Adams, Charles F., Swampscott, assignor to Ha,mel Shoe 
Machinery Company, Lynn, Mass. Lasting machine. 
No. 1.413.697 ; Apr. 25. 

Adams, Charles F., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to Hamel 
Shoe Machinery Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Bed- 
laster end clasp. No. 1,422.806: July 11. 

Adams, Charles H. (See Janes, E. R., and Adams.) 

Adams, Charles S., assignor to Rice & Adams Corporation, 
Buffalo, N. Y. Washing machine. No. 1,421,055 ; 
June 27. 

Adams, Claud W., Worcester, Mass. Coin-controlled 
bottle vending and ejecting mechanism. No. 1,437,741 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Adams, Dickson, Canton, Ohio. Collapsible crate or box. 
No. 1,427,766 ; Sept. 5. 

Adams, Earl E., Glendale, Calif. Steering-wheel lock. 
No. 1.409.640 ; Mar. 14. 

Adams, Edward M. (See Quam, James P., assignor.) 

Adams, Edward T., Syracuse. N. Y., assignor to Humphrey 
Gas Pump Company. Fuel feed. No. 1,409,991 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Adams, Ellwood S. (See Eisenhard, Frank, assignor.) 

Adams, Francis S., Anaconda, Mont. Process of and ap- 
paratus for precipitating copper from solutions. No. 
1,430,140 ; Sept. 26. 

Adams, Frank A., Rochester, assignor to B. C. Olney, 
Rome, and F. C. Dailey, Rochester, N. Y. Clothes- 
washing machine. No. 1,406,136 ; Feb. 7. 

Adams, Frank A., Rochester, assignor to B. C. Olney, 
Rome, and F. C. Dailey, Rochester, N. Y. Clothes- 
washing machine. No. 1,406,137 : Feb. 7. 

Adams, Frederick, Bradwell, England. Tramway rail 
having removable tread. No. 1,418,509 ; June 6. 

Adams, Frederick B., et al. (See Bannigan, John P., as- 
signor.) 

Adams, George. (See Raymond, P. J., and Adams.) 

Adams, George D., assignor to J. Roth, Omaha, Nebr. 
Sound-reproducing machine. No. 1,435,095 ; Nov. 7. 

Adams, Gilbert E., Gary. Ind. Controller for electric 
motors. No. 1,404.255 : Jan. 24. 

Adams, Harold I., Warehouse Point, assignor to The 
Billings & Spencer Company, Hartford, Conn. Hand 
tool. No. 1,413,698 ; Apr. 25. 

Adams, Harry E., New York, N. Y. Securing means for 
automobile top closures. No. 1.424,061 ; July 25. 

Adams, James D., Wabash, Ind. Knockdown table. No. 
1.422,246: July 11. 

Adams, James D., Belle Vernon, Pa. Seat for pit-fur- 
nace covers. No. 1,432,737; Oct. 24. 

Adams, James L., Jr.. assignor to A. O. Smith Corporation, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Intermittingly-operating gear system. 
No. 1.409.900 : Mar. 21. 

Adams, James M., Chicago, 111. Ship-salvaging appara- 
tus. No. 1.404,921 ; Jan. 31. 

Adams. James M., Chicago, 111. Salvaging apparatus. No. 
1.412.202 : Apr. 11. 

Adams. James V.. Yowell, Tex. Gasoline wash furnace. 
No. 1,434.763 ; Nov. 7. 

Adams, John H., Kalamazoo, Mich. Phonograph record. 
No. 1,411,551 ; Apr. 4. 

Adams, John Q., et al. (See Craft. Clarence H., assignor.) 

Adams, John Q., assignor of one-half to W. J. McMurry, 
Hickman, Ky. Decoy. No. 1,417,441 ; May 23. 

Adams. Joseph, Roxbury, Mass. Rotary brush. No. 
1.402.990; Jan. 10. 

Adams, Joseph A. (See Topper. W. S.. and Adams.) 

Adams, Joseph H., Flatbush, N. Y., assignor to The Texas 
Company, Houston, Tex. Oil-converting process for the 
conversion and transformation of oils. No. 1,428,311 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Adams, Joseph H., Flatbush, N. Y., assignor to The Texas 
Company, Houston, Tex. Oil-converting apparatus for 
the conversion and transformation of oils. No. 
1.428,312 ; Sept. 5. 

Adams, Joseph H., Flatbush, N. Y., assignor to The 
Texas Company, Houston, Tex. Conversion and trans- 
formation of liquids, fluids, and oils. No. I,433,5i9 ; 
Oct. 24. 

Adams, Joseph S., Greenwood, Ark. Track device. No. 
1.438.205; Dec. 12. 

Adams Laundry Machinery Company. (See West, Robert 
N., assignor.) 

Adams, Leslie M., Seattle, Wash. Game apparatus. No. 
1,420,230 ; June 20. 

Adams, Lucius E.. and C. C. Peck, Munising, Mich. Snow- 
plow. No. 1,432,377; Oct. 17. 

Adams. Reed. Detroit, Mich. Printing press. No. 
1.410.357 ; Mar. 21. 

Adams, Richard H., Cobalt, Ontario, Canada. Percussive 
rock-drilling apparatus. No. 1.403,583; Jan. 17. 

Adams, Robert J. (See Crompton, R., Woodman, and 
Adams.) 

Adams. Samuel E.. Everton, Ind. Cauterizing instrument. 
No. 1.411,248: Mar. 28. 

Adams, Thomas M., Houston, Tex. Pump plunger. No. 
1,415,911 ; May 16. 

Adams, Thomas O. (Pee Wise. W. J., and Adams.) 

Adams, Walter A., Rochester, N. Y. Sectional table. No. 
1,425,072; Aug. 8. 

Adams, Walter F., Los Angeles, Calif. High and low 
speed wrench. No. 1,409,510; Mar. 14. 



Adams, Walter L. (See Pflueger, C. T., and Adams.) 

Adams, Walter L., assignor to The Enterprise Manufactur- 
ing Company, Akron, Ohio. Antibacklash attachment 
for Ashing reels. No. 1,420,804 ; June 27. 

Adams, Wnrron S., Buffalo, N. Y. Cooling apparatus. 
No. 1,425.739 ; Aug. 15. 

Adams. William. Stockton. Calif. Fluid-controlled land 
leveler. No. 1,435,575 ; Nov. 14. 

Adams, William G.. Roanoke, Va. Draft rigging. No. 
1,404,333 ; Jan. 24. 

Adams. Zeleman, Now York, N. Y. Hand truck. No. 
1.431.861 ; Oct. 10. 

Adams & Westlake Company, The. (See Hamm, W. S., 
and Schultz, assignors.) 

Adams & Westlake Company, The. (See Hamm, William 
S., assignor.) 

Adams & Westlake Company, The. (See Legge, Thomas 
A., assignor.) 

Adams - Williams Manufacturing Corporation. (See 
Rresin. Louis, assignor.) 

Adamson, Allan A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Round-package-label- 
ing machine. No. 1,435,680 ; Nov. 14. 

Adamson, Allan A., Brooklyn. N. Y., and W. F. Grupe, 
Hudson Heights, N. J. Producing rim boards. No. 
i. 422. 648 : July 11 

Adamson, Allan A., Brooklyn, N. Y., and W. F. Grupe, 
Hudson Heights, N. J. Scoring machine. No. 
1,433,106 : Oct. 24. 

Adamson, David H. (See Clauss. E. A., and Adamson.) 

Adamson, James S. C, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Milk 
shelf. No. 1,435,782 ; Nov. 14. 

Adamson, Seth A., Dell Rapids, S. Dak. Potato grader. 
No. 1,409.353 ; Mar. 14. 

Adamson, Walter. (See Burstall, William H., assignor.) 

Adamson, William. (See Dufresne, D. E., and Adamson.) 

Adaptable Code Condensers Limited. (See Telling, Harry 
G.. assignor.) 

Adaptable Tractor Co. (See Chandler, F. F., and Myers, 
assignors.) 

Adcox, Albert H„ Kansas City, Kans. Oil burner. No. 
1.429,215 ; Sept. 19. 

Adde. Simon, Griingesberg, Sweden. Plastic explosive. 
No. 1,410.868; Mar. 28. 

Addington, James R. G., Nickelsville, assignor of one-half 
to L. C. Gilley, Gate City Va. Boring device for boring 
machines. No. 1,409,354 ; Mar. 14. 

Adell, Edward, Orange, Mass., and C. A. Brink, Cranston, 
R. I., assignors to Universal Winding Company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Cop or bobbin holder. No. 1,423,824 ; 
July 25. 

Adell. Ernest T. (See Gran. Albert, assignor.) 

Adelman, George L., Beardstown, 111. Flour sifter. No. 
1.438.8S4; Dec. 12. * 

Adelmann, Hans, assignor to Ham Boiler Corporation, New 
York. N. Y. Hand-operated ham boiler. No. 1,408,153 ; 
Feb. 28. 

Adelmann, Hans, assignor to Ham Boiler Corp., New 
York, N. Y. Power-operated ham boiler. No. 1,412,590 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Adenot, Marius, Caluire, France, assignor to Societe 
Lyonnaise d'Industrie Meeanique. Caluire, Rhone, 
France. Braking mechanism for the front wheels of 
motor cars. No. 1.437,080: Nov. 28. 

Adere, Hugo, East Orange, N. J., assignor to J. F. Jelonko 
& Co., New York, N. Y. Dental clasp. No. 1,417.879 ; 
Mav 30. 

Adorer, Alexander. (See Cazier, M. H., and Youkey, as- 
signors.) 

Adorer, Julius. New York, N. Y. Annealing device. No. 
1.431.618; Oct. 10. 

Adjuria, Incorporated. (See Webber, Rollin F., assignor.) 

Adjustable & Reversible Propeller Corporation. (See Hart, 
Seth, assignor.) 

Adjusto Shoe Lace Company. (See Ross, Isidor B., as- 
signor.) 

Adklns, Thomas E., Canton, Ohio. Spring holt. No. 
1,424,331 ; Aug. 1. 

Adland. Victor E. (See Kamper, L. H., Adland, and 
Bartholomew.) 

Adler, Emanuel B. and J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Heating stove. 
No. 1.440.262; Dec. 26. 

Adler Engineering Company. (See Adler, Henry A., as- 
signor.) 

Adler. Henry A., New York, assignor to Adler Engineering 
Company, Corona. Long Island, N. Y. Dental instru- 
ment. No. 1,424.707; Aug. 1. 

Adler, Jerome. (See Adler, Emanuel B. and J.) 

\dler. John B.. and T. F. Gehle, Dearborn, Mich. Auto- 
matic air-supply control for internal-combustion en- 
fines. No. 1,413.371: Apr. 18. 

Adler. Karl M., assignor to Emil Kahle, Paunsdorf. near 
Leipzig, Germany. Platen press. No. 1,413,699; 
Apr. 25. 

Admiraal. Maarten, Bussum, Netherlands. Stopping indi- 
cator for traffic purposes. No. 1.437.0.81 ; Nov. 28. 

Adolph, Alfred II. , San Francisco. Calif. Combination 
file handle and jointer. No. 1,404.507 ; Jan. 24. 

Adrema Maschinen Bau-Gesellschaft mit beschrankter 
Haftung. (See Deutsch. Hermann, assignor.) 

Adriance, Adrian D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Toy arrow. No. 
1.423.551 : July 25. 

Adsit, Byron D. (See Finney, George S., assignor.) 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Adt, Albert W., assignor to John B. Adt Company, Balti- 
more, Md. Tobacco-cutting machine. No. 1,419.094 ; 
June 6. 
Adt, John B., Company. (See Adt, Albert W., assignor.) 
Advance Machine Company. (See Antoine, A. D., and 

Gebert, assignors.) . 

Advance Rumely Company. (See Ross, James, assignor.) 
Advance-Rumely Company. (See Secor, John A., as- 
signor.) „ „, . , 
Adye, John F. (See Stanfield, Joseph R. M., assignor ) 
Adye, John F., Cheshire, England. Magneto starter. No. 

1,436,467; Nov. 21. 
Aebi, John, Alliance, Ohio. Constant-pressure plunger. 
No. 1,411, 14S; Mar. 28. 



Aeolian Company, The. (See Dickinson, Joseph 

signor.) „ 

Aeolian Company, The. (See Head. Robert, assignor.) 
Aerraotor Company. (See Scholes, Daniel R., assignor.) 
Aeolian Company, The. (See Shaw, Charles II., assignor.) 
Aero Tank Machine Gun Company. (See Czegka, Victor 

H., assignor.) 
Aeschbach. Friedrich, Aarau, Switzerland. Parallel vise. 

No. 1,403,997; Jan. 17. 
Affel, Herman A. (See Espenschied, L., and Affel.) 
Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Carrier telegraph 
circuit. No. 1,402.991 ; Jan. 10. 
Affel, Herman A.. Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone & Telegraph Company. Means for and 
method of testing unbalance. No. 1,414,391; May I. 
Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., and J. Davidson, Jr., 
Montclair, N. J., assignors to American Telephone and 
Telegraph Company. Ringing arrangement for multi- 
plex circuits. No. 1,402,202 ; Jan. 3. . 
ffelder, Harry F., Cleveland, Ohio. Gumming device. 



Portable container. 



Affelder, 

No. 1,409,908; Mar. 21. 
Affelder, William L., Crafton, Pa. 

No. 1,414.392; May 2. 
Affleck, Kerfoot A., Washington, D. C. Trundling toy. 

No. 1.437.388: Dec. 5. 
Agee, Charley D., Dallas, Tex. Window-screen hanger. 

No. 1,424,431 ; Aug. 1. _ „ ., ,. ... 

Acer, John W., Birmingham, Ala. Hollow building tile. 

No. 1,414,246 ; Apr. 25. 
Agnew, Alexander J., and F. F. Renwick, assignors to 
Ilford Limited, Ilford, England. High-temperature de- 
velopment of photographic materials. No. 1,424,06^ ; 
July 25. . , 

Agresta, Felix G. (See Dupell, Frank G., assignor.) 
Aguillon Jacques, Paris, France. Calorimeter of the con- 
tinuous and recording type for determining the calorific 
power of fluid combustibles. No. 1,435.783 ; Nov. 14. 
Agutter. Georue, Forest Hills, N. Y. Tennis racket. No. 

1,423,900; July 25. 
Ahbe, William F., Chicago, 111. Method and apparatus 
for producing moving-picture cartoons. No. 1,416,154 : 
May 16. 
A'Hearn, Frank M., Greenville, Pa. Frame support. No. 

1,422,164; July 11. 
Ahearn, Thomas, Ottawa. Ontario. Canada. Phonograph- 
needle buffer. No. 1.428,828 ; Sept. 12. 
Ahern, Albert M., St. Louis, Mo. Jaw for animal traps. 

No. 1,428.512 ; Sept. 12. 
Ahern. Albert M., St. Louis, Mo. Smoke producer. No. 

1.438,351 ; Dec. 12. 
Ahern, John J. (See Parker, Martin, assignor.) 
Ahl, Ferdinand H., Salem, N. J. Spool holder. No. 

1.414,971 ; May 2. 
Ahlfors, Karl A., Helsingfors, Finland. Turbine. No. 

1.402,992; Jan. 10. . 

Ahlhelm Company, The. (See Kerr, H. E., and Ahlheim, 

assignors.) 
Ahlheim, Edward C. (See Kerr, H. E., and Ahlheim.) 
Ablstrom, Charles A., Jamestown, N. Y. Grand-piano ac- 
tion. No. 1,436,303 ; Nov. 21. 
Ahmels, Karl, Cassel, Germany. Double telescope. No. 

1,412,442; Apr. 11. 
Ahola, Charles, Detroit, Mich. Ship construction. No. 

1,416,155; May 16. 
Aicardi, James A., jr., et al. (See Gagin, David, assignor.) 
Aichele, Albert, assignor to Aktiengesellsehaft Brown 
Boveri & Cie., Baden, Switzerland. Electrical propul- 
sion of ships. No. 1,408,426 ; Mar. 7. 
Aiken, Edward L., East Orange, assignor to Splitdorf 
Electrical Company, Newark, N. J. Gear wheel. No. 
1,427.892 ; Sept. 5. 
Aiken, Thomas M.. Pittsburgh, Pa. Computing exposure 

meter. No. 1.414,972 ; May 2. 
Aikens, Thomas N., assignor of one-half to D. D. Walker, 
Lakewood, Ohio. Tubular sheet-metal spoke for vehi- 
cle wheels. No. 1,426,942 ; Aug. 22. 
Aikin, William P., Watertown, N. Y. Apparatus for 
dressing pulp-wood grindstones. No. 1,406,138 ; Feb. 7. 
Aikman, Burton S., assignor to National Brake & Electric 
Company. Milwaukee. Wis. Startinc; and unloading 
device for compressors. No. 1,412,819 ; Apr. 18. 
Aikman. Burton S.. assignor to National Brake & Elec- 
tric Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Pump and pumping 
system. No. 1,423,291 ; July 18. 



Aikman, Burton S., assignor to National Brake & Electric 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Pumping system. No. 
1,425,928; Aug. 15. 
Aime\ Luis, West Hoboken, ,N. J. Leg-rest for rocking 

chairs. No. 1.412.641 ; Apr. 11. 
Aims', Luis. West Hoboken, N. J. Adjustable leg rest for 

chairs. No. 1,440.329 ; Dec. 26. 
Aims, William D. P., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for 
distilling heavy hydrocarbons, shale, and the like. No. 
1,405,704; Feb. 7. 
Ainswortb, Harry G., Kentland, Ind. Means for operat- 
ing doors. No. 1,418,420 ; June 6. 
Ainsworth. Harry G., Kentland, Ind. Switch. No. 

1,431,082 ; Oct. 3. 
Air Brake Safety Appliance Co. (See Hellmann, L. F., and 

Baxter, assignors.) (Reissue.) 
Airdry Corporation. (See Bassette, John G., assignor.) 
Airdry Corporation. (See Hibbard, R. B., Watrous, and 

Bassette, assignors.) 
Airdry Corporation. (See Watrous, Denton J., assignor.) 
Airoblast Corporation. (See Crane, Theodore G., as- 
signor.) 
Air-O-Mix, Incorporated. (See Beers, Henry S., assignor.) 
Air Reduction Company. (See Bucknam, Worthy C., as- 
signor.) 
Air Reduction Company. (See Metzger, Floyd J., as- 
signor.) 
Air Reduction Company. (See Ragonnet, Eugene L., 

assignor.) 
Air Reduction Company. (See Roberts, Montague II., 

assignor.) 
Air Reduction Company. (See Russell, Richard F., as- 
signor. ) 
Air Reduction Company. (See von Recklinghausen, Max, 

assignor.) 
Air Reduction Company. (See Zouck, G. H., and Russell, 

assignors.) 
Air Reduction Company, Incorporated. (See Anderson, 

James L., assignor.) 
Air- Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Tracy, 

Pratt E., assignor.) 
Aitchison, William, et al. (See Welch, James G., as- 
signor.) 
Aitken, Andrew W., assignor to The Buffalo-Springfield 
Roller Company, Springfield. Ohio. Road roller. No. 
1,427,751 : Aug. 29. 
Aitken, David. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Safety razor. 

No. 1,411,552; Apr. 4. 
Aitkin, Richard M. (See Bethge, F. L., and Storer, as- 
signors.) 
Aizpuru, Jose M., Tampa, Fla. Fireplace heater. No. 

1,433.520 ; Oct. 31. 
Ajax Metal Company, The. (See Wyatt, James R.. 

assignor.) 
Akard, James H.. San Francisco, Calif. Wire twister. 

No. 1.406.715; Feb. 14. 
Akashi, Kazue, Asakusa-Ku, Tokyo, Japan. Manufacturinc 

blades for drawing pens. No. 1,402,034 ; Jan. 3. 
Akemann, Walther, Essen, assignor to Fried. Krupp Ak- 
tiengesellsehaft. Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. Appara- 
tus for stabilizing a direction in space. No. 1,435,681 ; 
Nov. 14. 
Aker, John C, and M. C. Williams. Duluth, Minn. Wash- 
ing machine. No. 1,407,618; Feb. 21. 
Alters, Blessie E., Thrift, Tex. Baby-net frame. No. 

1.416.608; June 6. 
Akers, Earl C, Detroit, Mich. Door check. No. 1,439,049 ; 

Dec. 19. 
Akers, James O., Baltimore, Md. Automobile lock. No. 

1,408,237 ; Feb. 28. 
Akers, Joseph G., Philadelphia, Pa. Toy gun. No. 

1,434,726; Nov. 7. 
Akhoona, Dinshaw J., Bulsar, Bombay Presidency. India. 
Preventing collisions on railways. No. 1,402,993 ; 
Jan. 10. 
Akimoff, Nicholas W., Wynnewood, 1'a. Spring. No. 

1,428.740 ; Sept. 12. 
Akins, Edwin J., Moundsville, W. Va. Drilling bit. No. 

1,415,619 ; May 9. 
Akins. Jefferson H., Lewistown, Mont. Shim. No. 

1,424,063 ; July 25. 
Akins, Randall P., Denver, Colo. Ore classifier. No. 

1 1,412,010; Apr. 4. 
Akley, Charles S. (See Anglada, Joseph A., assignor.) 
Akro'yd, Harry W., Philadelphia, Ta. Optical toy. No. 

1,419,657; June 13. 
Akt. Ges. vorm. Seidel & Naumann. (See Baeseler, Hein- 

rich F. E., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Ars. (See Hasait, Max. assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Bofors. (See Wennerstrom, Ernst J. T., as- 
signor.) 
Aktiebolaget C. E., Johansson. (See Evauder, F. A., Nils- 
son, and Ekman, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Formator. (See Dahlstrbm, Ernst R.. as- 
signor.) 
Aktiebolaget Gerh. Arehns Mekaniska Verkstad. (See 

Orstriim, Gustaf, assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Ingeniorsfirma Fritz Egnell. (See Rodhe, 

Olof, assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Aktiebolagel Lidkopings Mekaniska Verkstad. (See Ols- 

son, Karl and A. H., assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget LjungstrOm Angturbin. (See Ljungstrom, 
F., and Broberg, assignors.) 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Aktiebolaget Ljungstrom Angturbin. (See Ljungstrom, 

Fredrik, assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Lux. (See Carlstedt, Sven M., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Patria. (See Bergstrom, Axel B. T., as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Separator. (See Lindgren, Hans O., as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Skandinaviska Orgel-ocb Pianofabriken. (See 
Lundquist, A. G., and Jonson, assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Stille-Werner. (See Nordin, Josef A., as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See Borg, John 
L., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See Fjellman, 
Bengt W.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See Hultgren, 
Axel G. E., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See Olsson, 
Nils J., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See Palmgren, 
Nils A., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska-Kullagerfabriken. (See Wingquist, 
Sven G., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Tubus. (See Karlsson, Waif rid, assignor.) 

x\ktiebolaget Vaporaekumulator. (See Frenne, Nils G. H., 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Vaporaekumulator. (See Ruths, Johannes 
K., assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Aichele, Al- 
bert, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Buchli, 
Jacob, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Couwen- 
hoven, Abraham, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See de Freuden- 
reich, J., and Spoerry, assignors.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Jonas, Ju- 
lius, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft der Maschinenfabriken Escher Wyss & 
Co. (See Graemiger, Benjamin, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft der Maschinenfabriken Escher Wyss & 
Cie. (See Keller, Huldreich, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft " Eos." (See Schneiders, Gottfried, 
assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Kummler & Matter. (See Wirth-Frey, 
Elias, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft vorm. Seidel & Naumann. (See Baese- 
ler, Heinrich F. E., assignor.) 

Aladdin Cinema Co. (See Carter, Clark E., assignor.) 

Aladdin Renew Electric Lamp Corporation Limited. (See 
Coxon, S., and Williams, assignors.) 

Aladdin Renew Electric Lamp Corporation Limited. (See 
Harrison, Francis, assignor.) 

Alaska Freezer Company. (See Norcross, Crandall U., 
assignor.) 

Alastic Tire Cushion Company. (See Krauska, Thomas, 
assignor.) 

Albach, Clarence L. administrator. (See Albach, James B.) 

Albacb, James B., deceased, St. Louis, Mo. ; C. I. Albach, 
administrator. Flavoring extract and preparing the 
same. No. 1,403,473 ; Jan. 17. 

Albanese, John, Providence, R. 1. Bracelet. No. 1,433,521 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Albany Machine and Tool Company. (See Ramsey, Jo- 
seph H., assignor.) 

Albaugh-Dover Company. (See Eden, Harold W., as- 
signor. ) 

Alberger Gas Engine Company. (See Worhois, Edson L., 
assignor.) 

Albers, Joseph A., Norwood, Ohio. Carton. No. 
1,412,155; Apr. 11. 

Albers, William W. (See Sauerhering, Douglas L., as- 
signor.) 

Albert, August, Munich, Germany. Derivatives of or- 
ganic arsenic compounds. No. 1,425.020; Aug. 15. 

Albert, August, Munich, Germany. Manufacturing new 
arsenic oxides or arsenobenzols. No. 1.425,030 ; Aug. 15. 

Albert, August, Munich, Germany. Producing new aro- 
matic compounds containing carbonylgroups with 
trivalent arsenic. No. 1,425.031 ; Aug. 15. 

Albert, Eugen, Munich, Germany. Producing printing 
plates. No. 1,430,347 ; Sept. 26. 

Albert, Frank J. (See Gitzendanner, P., and Albert.) 

Albert, Louis, et al. (See Pietrafesa, Joseph, assignor.. 

Albert, Michael, assignor to Milwaukee Corrugating Co., 
Milwaukee, Wis. Ridge-roll flnial. No. 1,414,493 ; 
May 2. 

Albert, Otto. (See Nelson, K. O., and Albert.) 

AllnTtson, Frans O.. assignor to Alhertson >V Company, 
Sioux City, Iowa. Valve-refacing apparatus. No. 
1,421,133; June 27. 

Albertson & Company. (See Albertson, Frans O., as- 
signor.) 

Albertus, Floyd A., assignor of one-fourth to C. S. Flint, 

Milwaukee, Wis. Soldering composition for aluminum. 

No. 1,416,924 ; May 23. 
Albiez. John L., Pittsburgh, Pa. Blooming mill. No 

1,429.311; Sept. 10. 
Albinson, James E., Washington, D. C. Pipe vise stand 

No. 1,426,531 ; Aug. 22, 
Albizu, Louis W., Ponce, P. R. Exercising apparatus. 

No. 1,438,804 ; Dec. 12. 



Alborn, Frans G., Milford, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Locomobile Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Radiator mounting for motor vehicles. No. 1,406,163 ; 

Feb. 14. 
Alborne, Hilton R., Stillwater, Minn. Telephone-index 

mounting. No. 1,440,048 ; Dec. 20. 
Alboit. Leonard 10., Augusta, Ivans. Tire protector. No. 

1,406,803 ; Feb. 14. 
Albrecht, Albert W., et al. (See Coates, Clinton T., as- 
signor.) 
Albrecht, Albert W., St. Louis, Mo. Method of making 

piston rings. No. 1,415,620 ; May 9. 
Albrecht, Albert W., St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus for the 

manufacure of metallic balls. No. 1,419,599; June 13. 
Albrecht, Albert W., St. Louis, Mo. Mechanism for form- 
ing balls. No. 1,432,514 ; Oct. 17. 
Albrecht, Herman S., St. Louis, Mo. Metallic billet or 

bar. No. 1.436.931 ; Nov. 28. 
Albrecht, Herman S., St. Louis, Mo. Machine for the 

manufacture of metallic balls. No. 1,438,206 ; Dec. 12. 
Albrecht, John H., -Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric and Manufacturing Company. Motor- 
control system. No. 1,415,971 ; May 16. 
Albright, Andrew, Jr., New York, N. Y. Manufacture of 

brushes. No. 1,413.211; Apr. 18. 
Albright, George A., Atlanta, Ga. Clock-circuit-control 

device. No. 1,416,592 ; May 16. 
Albright, Jacob J., Columbus, Ga. Register. No. 1,417,011 ; 

May 23. 
Albright, John B., Rockford, 111. Container and holder 

for shaving sticks. No. 1,415,621 ; May 9. 
Album, Adolph Y. S., Chicago, 111. Bottle stopper. No. 

1,419,003; June 6. 
Album. Adolph Y. S.. Mavwood, III. Bottle stopper. No. 

1.435.443; Nov. 14. 
Alchemic Gold Company Inc. (See Doughty, Howard W., 

assignor.) 
Alco Deo Company, The. (See Crockett, Cyrenins W., 

assignor.) 
Aldeen, Gedor W., Rockford, 111. Key guide for locks. 

No. 1,437.878 ; Dec. 5. 
Aldeen, Wilhelm G., Rockford, 111. Phonograph or like 

cabinet. No. 1,439,496 ; Dec. 19. 
Aldeen, Wilhelm G., Rockford, 111. Phonograph or like 

cabinet. No. 1,430.497 ; Dec. 19. 
Alden, Charles A., Steelton, Pa. Making railway frogs 

and product thereof. No. 1,430,050; Dec. 19. 
Alden, George I., assignor to Norton Company, Worcester, 

Mass. Driving and reversing mechanism. No. 

1,432,653; Oct. 17. 
Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 

Company, Detroit, Mich. Automobile driving axle. 

No. 1,434,578 ; Nov. 7. 
Alden. Joseph It.. (Jnind Rapids, Mich. Shaving cup. No. 

1.404.256 : Jan. 24. 
Alden, Vorn E., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Westinghouse 

Electric & Manufacturing Company. Core structure 

for transformers. No. 1,40^,826; Jan. 31. 
Alder. Frederick, and J. C. Rogers, Houston, Tex. Lint 

cleaner and batting machine. No. 1.425.502; Aug. 15. 
Alderfer, John M. (See Trump, Elno H., assignor.) 
Alderman. Ene-ene R.. Holvoke Mass. Doffing apparatus. 

No. 1,410.102; June 13. 
Alderman. William N., et al. (See Crippen, Henry M., 

assignor.) 
Alderson, George, La Salle, 111. Pump jack. No. 

1.436.002 ; Nov. 21. 
Alderson. George, La Salle, 111. Tank heater. No. 

1,438.352 ; Dec. 12 
Aldi, Angelo and J., Southington, Conn. Valve grinder. 

No. 1.428.S71 : Sept. 12. 
Aldi, Joseph. (See Aldi. Angelo and J.) 
Aldon Engineering Company. (See Morehart, Forrest D., 

assignor.) 
Aldred, Curtis M., Charlotte, N. C. Elevator floor safety 

switch. No. 1,436.137; Nov. 21. 
Aldricb, Alonzo, Biloit, Wis. Paper-making machine. No. 

1.421,753 ; July 4. 
Aldricb, Alonzo, Bdoit. Wis. Paper-making machine. 

No. 1,421,754; July 4. 
Aldrich. Alonzo, and A. L. Larson, Beloit, Wis. ; said 

Larson assignor to said Aldrich. Paper-making ma- 
chine. No. 1.421,752; July 4. 
Aldrich. Myron L.. Madison, Wis. Spring wheel. No. 

1.438,207: Dec. 12. 
Aldrich, William O., assignor to Whitin Machine Works, 

Whitinsville, Mass. Flier. No. 1,426.443; Aug. 22. 
Aldrich. William T.. Chicopee, Mass., assignor to A. G. 

Spalding & Bros., New York, N. Y. Tennis racket. No. 

1,427,568 ; Aug. 29. 
Aldridge, W. Herbert, Portland, Oreg. Water heater. 

No. 1,418,421 ; June 6. 
Aldridge. Leonard S., Chazy, N. Y. Roller bearing. No. 

1,438,472 ; Dec. 12. 
Alenius. William, Rock Springs, Wyo. Retort. No. 

1.438.421 ; Dec. 12. 
Alexander. Andrew. New York, N. Y. Printing machine. 

No. 1,427,569; Aug. 29. 
Alexander, Andy J., et al. (See Bronson, Fred L., as- 
signor.) 
Alexander, Arthur. Brooklyn, N. Y. Game apparatus. 
No. 1,416,593 ; May 16. 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Alexander, Arthur A., and B. Morgenthau, New York, 
N. Y. Lock. No. 1,426,805 ; Aug. 22. 

Alexander, Benjamin, assignor to The Kaynee Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Combined advertising and displaying 
fixture. No. 1.435.785: Nov. 14. 

Alexander, Clinton B., Washington, D. C. Loose-leaf 
binder. No. 1,434,579 ; Nov. 7. 

Alexander, Clive M., Port Arthur, Tex., assignor to Gulf 
Refining Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Purifying oils. No. 
1.402.733 : Jan. 10. 

Alexander, Clive M., Port Arthur, Tex., assignor to Gulf 
Refining Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Making low-boiling 
hydrocarbon. No. 1,404,725 ; Jan. 31. 

Alexander, Clive M., Port Arthur, Tex., assignor to Gulf 
Refining Company, Pittsburgh. Pa. Manufacture of 
motor fuel. No. 1,407,619 ; Feb. 21. 

Alexander, Clive M., Port Arthur, Tex., assignor to Gulf 
Refining Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Making low-boiling 
hydrocarbons. No. 1,411,255; Apr. 4. 

Alexander Construction Company, The. (See Alexander, 
Orion, assignor.) 

Alexander, Donald M., Cleveland, Ohio. Locking and 
unlocking mechanism. No. 1,419,095 ; June 6. 

Alexander Hamilton Institute. (See Fleck, Louis L., as- 
signor.) 

Alexander, Harris, et al. (See Bronson, Fred L., as- 
signor.) 

Alexander, Harry H.. Westfield, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Smelting & Refining Company. Recovering tin. No. 
1,426,341 ; Aug. 22. 

Alexander, Horace G., Dallas. Tex. Cleaning paint, 
grease, dirt, and other matter from vehicles and other 
articles. No. 1.437.331 : Nov. 28. 

Alexander, Jesse W., Birmingham. Ala. Machine for mak- 
ing cement roofing tile. No. 1.428.351 ; Sept. 5. 

Alexander, John E., and W. G. Gehrs, Port Edwards, 
Wis. Plate attachment for exhaust manifolds. No. 
1,434,358; Nov. 7. 

Alexander, John W. (See Thayer, F. A. J., and Alex- 
ander.) 

Alexander, Lake C. (See Avril, Joseph, assignor.) 

Alexander, Orion, assignor to The Alexander Construc- 
tion Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Moving buildings from 
one site to another. No. 1,418.510 ; June 6. 

Alexander, Philip, Jr., Churchville, N. Y. Toy binding 
machine. No. 1,419,096 ; June 6. 

Alexander, True, assignor to Norton Iron Works. Ashland, 
Ky. Reel for barbing machines. No. 1,440,122; 
Dec. 26. 

Alexander, William S., Elsmere, Del. Quick-releasable 
nut and bolt. No. 1,406,804; Feb. 14. 

Alexander, William T., et al. (See Torrey, Charles L., 
assignor. 1 

Alexanderson, Charles. (See Durkee, E. W., and Alexan- 
derson.) 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Removing sleet from an- 
tennae. No. 1,404,726; Jan. 31. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W. Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Amplifying system. No. 
1,419,797; June 13. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Rotary transforming 
apparatus. No. 1,420,398; June 20. 

Alexanderson, Ernest F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. High-frequency alter- 
nator. No. 1,426,943 ; Aug. 22. 

Alexanderson, Ernest F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Radiosignaling system. 
No. 1,426,944 ; Aug. 22. 

Alexandre, Frederick F., Cedarhurst, N. Y. Bumper for 
automobiles. No. 1,436,559 ; Nov. 21. 

Alexay, Adalbert, Avenel, N. J. Gear-generating machine. 
No. 1,408.792 ; Mar. 7. 

Alexay, Adalbert, Avenal, N. ,")'., assignor to Simplex Paper 
Accessories Co. Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Dispensing device. 
No. 1,423,063; July 18. 

Algeo, Frank G., Hutchinson, Kans. Garden-hose support. 
No. 1.435,786; Nov. 14. 

Alger, Charles M., Hannibal, Mo. Tool for removing 
dents from automobile fenders. No. 1,403,887 ; Jan. 17. 

Alger, Harley C, Oak Park, 111. Lost-motion take-up for 
printing presses or the like. No. 1,430,274 ; Sept. 26. 

Alguire, Clifford G., Madison, S. Dak. Elevating rack for 
beds. No. 1,422,405; July 11. 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Koch, Norbert, assignor.) 

Alien Property Custodian. (See Zahn. Robert, assignor.) 

Alioth, Manfred, and E. Bodmer, assignors to Durand & 
Huguenin S. A., Basel, Switzerland. Dyestuffs dyeing 
on mordant and making same. No. 1,403,888; Jan. 17. 

Aliquo, Francesco. Rome, Italy. Steering mechanism. 
No. 1,420,231 ; June 20. 

Alkan, Robert, Paris, France. Tumbler switch. No. 
1,437,702 ; Dec. 5. 

Alkire, John L., Denver, Colo. License tag. No. 1,408,059 ; 
Feb. 28. 

Alkire, Lu E., and Wiley H. Carter, Forest City, Mo. Ven- 
tilating system for vehicles. No. 1,439,681 ; Dec. 26. 

Allain, Jacques, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Lock. No. 
1.435,682; Nov. 14. 

Allan, Alexander, Middletown, R. I. Method of and appa- 
ratus for raising sunken ships. No. 1,421,887 ; July 4. 



Allan, Charles D., Chicago, 111., assignor to A. L. 
Fritzsche, Cleveland, Ohio. Valve for fire-extinguisher 
systems. No. 1,436.932 ; Nov. 28. 

Allan, Charles S. (See Longshaw, F.. and Allan.) 

Allan, Frederick W. (See Wiggins, E. J., and Hebeler, 
assignors.) 

Allan, George W. (See Brittain, Isaac M., assignor.) 

Allan, Hugh L., Ayr, Scotland. "Fractionating apparatus. 
No. 1,421,8S6 ; July 4. 

Mian, Percy, Montclair, N. J., assignor to A. B. Sands & 
Son Co., New York, N. Y. Marine closet. No. 
1.421.362; July 4. 

Allan, Richard S., assignor to Messrs. Reid Press Limited, 
Hamilton, Ontario. Canada. Folding display box. No. 
1,410,869 ; Mar. 28. 

Alland, Felix and J., Boston. Mass. Sanitary drinking 
cup. No. 1,434,359 ; Nov. 7. 

Alland, James. (See Alland, Felix and J.) 

Allard, J Frank, Brooklyn, assignor to Underwood Type- 
writer Company, New York. N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. No. 1,406,162; Feb. 14. 

Allard, J Frank, Brooklyn, assignor to Underwood Type- 
writer Company, New York, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. No. 1,421,134; June 2.7. 

Allbaugh, Byron D., Dierks, Ark. Self-adjusting nut. No. 
1,408,962 ; Mar. 7. 

All bright, Edwin F., Atlantic, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Grid Flat Slab Corporation, Boston, Mass. 
Concrete floor or slab forming means. No. 1,434,242 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Allbright-Nell Co. (See Lundell. Alvin O.. assignor.) 

Allbright, William B., Chicago, 111. Hydrogenating proc- 
ess. No. 1,404,708; Jan. 24. 

Allbright, William B., Chicago, 111. Hydrogenating appa- 
ratus. No. 1,404,709 ; Jan. 24. 

Allden, George II., Folkestone, England. Tread band for 
pneumatic tires. No. 1,425,356 ; Aug. 8. 

Alldredge, Eunos A., Holly Pond, Ala. Car and doors 
therefor. No. 1,432,146 ; Oct. 17. 

Alldredge, Francis B., Des Moines, Iowa. Bailer struc- 
ture. No. 1,421,363 ; July 4. 

Alldredge, Francis B., Des Moines, Iowa. Device and 
process for automatically preventing the accumulation 
of water in gas wells. No. 1,439,391 ; Dec. 19. 

Allebrand, Charles W., and C. G. Guyatt, Duquesne, Pa. 
Utility carriage device. No. 1,431,862 ; Oct. 10. 

Allegheny Steel Company. (See Hostettler, Leigh W., 
assignor.) • 

Allen, Alfred, Birmingham, England. Pencil and pen 
clip. No. 1,421,657 ; July 4. 

Allen, Anson W. (See Ryding. H. C, and Allen.) 

Allen, Arthur F., A. F. McCoy, New York, N. Y., and R. O. 
Sternberger, Newark, N. J., assignors to Tidewater 
Paper Mills Company, Brooklyn. N. Y. Removing print- 
ers' ink from paper. No. 1,406,322 ; Feb. 14. 

Allen, Asa T.. Ocean View, Va. Animal trap. No. 
1,435,576 ; Nov. 14. 

Allen, Austin O. (See French, E. H., Withrow, and 
Allen.) 

Allen, Austin O., Merchantville, N. J., assignor to John 
Lucas & Co., Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacturing ar- 
senate of. lead. No. 1,427,049 ; Aug. 22. 

Allen, Bona, Jr., Buford, Ga. Nonslip belt. No. 1,420,604 ; 
June 20. 

Allen, Carl S., Cincinnati, Ohio. Overalls. No. 1,410,541 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Allen, Carlton H., assignor of one-half to Great Northern 
Paper Company, Millinocket, Me. Pulp-thickening ma- 
chine. No. 1.421.364; July 4. 

Allen, Carlton H., assignor of one-half to Great Northern 
Paper Company, Millinocket, Me. Valve mechanism. 
No. 1,430,427 ; Sept. 26. 

Allen, Carlton H., and E. J. Trimbey, Glens Falls, N. Y., 
assignor of one-half to Great Northern Paper Company, 
Millinocket, Me. Process and apparatus for preparing 
paper-making stock. (Reissue.) No. 15,311 ; Mar. 21. 

Allen, Charles, El Paso, Tex. Settling tank. No. 
1,406,323; Feb. 14. 

Allen, Charles, EI Paso, Tex. Settling and thickening de- 
vice. No. 1,408,154 ; Feb. 28. 

Allen, Charles, El Paso, Tex. Closed grinding circuit. No. 
1,408,155 ; Feb. 28. 

Allen, Charles, El Paso, Tex. Hydraulic classifier. No. 
1,410,152 ; Mar. 21. 

Allen, Charles, El Paso, Tex. Ore classifier. No. 1,429,480 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Allen, Charles C., Indianola, Nebr. Gauge. No. 1,419,004 ; 
June 6. 

Allen, Charles H., Attleboro, Mass. Collar holder. No- 
1.404,257 ; Jan. 24. 

Allen, Charles H., Attleboro, Mass. Fastener. Ne 
1,438,739; Dec. 12. 

Allen, Charles H., Chicago, 111. Headlight. No. 1,416,434 r 
May 16. 

Allen, Charles I-L, Claremont, N. H., assignor to Sullivan 
Machinery Company. Lubricator. No. 1,405,375 ; 
Jan. 31. 

Allen, Charles J., Moorestown, N. J., assignor to S. L. 
Allen & Co., Inc. Cultivator. No. 1,425.932 ; Aug. 15. 

Allen, Charles J., Moorestown, N. J., and J. Mader, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., assignors to S. L. Allen & Co., Inc. Agricul- 
tural implement. No. 1,418,049; May 30. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Allen, Charles R.. Ashtabula, Ohio. Fastening device for 
vehicle tops. No. 1,416,435 : May 16. 

-Ulen, Charles R., assignor to The Ashtabula Bow Socket 
Company, Ashtabula, Ohio. Fastening device for vehicle 
tops. No. 1,438,353; Dec. 12. 

Allen, Chester B., Memphis, Tenn. Vehicle wheel. No. 
1,415,288; May 9. 

Allen, Chris, Huntington Beach, Calif. Flow nipple. No. 
1,404,724 ; Jan. 31. 

Allen Cone Co., The. (See Shaw, Edmund, assignor.) 

Allen, David H., Sulfur, Colo. Wire stretcher. No. 
1,410.523 ; Mar. 21. 

Allen, David R., and .T. Franek, Omaha, Nebr. Indicating 
device for theater seats. No. 1,420,057 ; Sept. 12. 

Allen, Douglas M., assignor of one-half to D. Gross, Lake 
Charles. La. Adapter switch for ceiling fans. No. 
1,404.080 ; Jan. 17. 

Allen. Edward A., Portland. Me. Apparatus for elec- 
trolysis. No. 1,407.313; Feb. 21. 

Allen, Edward B., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company. Thread cutting ^_and 
nipping mechanism for sewing machines. No. 1,404,727 ; 
Jan. 31. 

Allen, Edward B., Newtown, Conn., assignor to The Sin- 
ger Manufacturing Company. Buttonhole-sewing ma- 
chine. (Reissue.) No. 15,324; Apr. 4. 

Allen, Edward B., Newtown, Conn., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Comoany, Elizabeth, N. J. But- 
tonhole-sewing machine. No. 1,41S,223 ; May 30. 

Allen, Edward E., assignor to Allen Machine Company, 
Erie, Pa. Vulcanizing press. No. 1,415,082 ; May 9. 

Allen, Erhard, assignor to The Dayton Display Fixture 
Company, Dayton, Ohio. Display rack. No. 1,411,553 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Allen, Erhard, assignor to The Dayton Display Fixture 
Company, Dayton, Ohio. Display rack. No. 1,411,554 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Allen, Erhard, assignor to The Dayton Display Fixture 
Company, Davton, Ohio. Hand truck. No. 1,429,918 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Allen. Ernest E., Minneapolis, Minn. Brush. No. 
1,413.700; Apr. 25. 

Allen, Eugene, assignor of one-fourth to L. J. Lester, 
Clarion, Iowa. Method of and means for cleaning and 



Allen 



repairing crank-case oil tubes. No. 1,430.527 ; Oct. 3. 
len, Frank M., Ridley Park, Pa., assignor to General 
Chemical Company, New York, N. Y. Gassing liquors 
with SO-. No. 1,422,327 ; July 11. 

Allen, Frank R. (See Mitchell, William P., assignor.) 

Allen, Frederick L., Boise, Idaho. Wrench. No. 
1.409,811 ; Mar. 14. 

Allen, George B., Atlanta, Ga. Rotatable brush. No. 
1,425.435; Aug. 8. 

Allen, George F., Oronogo, Mo. Hydrocarbon-oil burner. 
No. 1,430,428 ; Sept. 26. 

Allen, George L., Detroit, Mich. Cushion wheel. No. 
1,427,995 ; Sept 5. 

Allen, George P., Los Angeles, Calif. Universal piston- 
rod connection. No. 1,427,673 ; Aug. 29. 

Allen, George W., Pocatello, Idaho. Bag rack. No. 
1,411,895; Apr. 4. 

Allen, H. A., Co. (See Metcalf. Alpha H.. assignor.) 

Allen, Harry B., assignor to F. M. Howell & Co., Elmira, 
N. Y. Folding paper box, box corner, and blank there- 
for. No. 1,411,555 ; Apr. 4. 

Allen, Harry II., Washington, D. C. assignor to M. L. H. 
Smith. Watervliet, N. Y. Folding machine. No. 
1,402,035 ; Jan. 3. 

Allen. Harry L., Cleveland. Ohio. Machine for shaping 
and tempering metal. No. 1.434, 1S4 ; Oct. 31. 

Allen, Howard G., assignor to The J. L. Morrison Com- 
pany. Inc., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Stapling machine. No. 
1,430,048 ; Sept. 26. 

Allen, Jackson M., Grove City, Pa. Valve. No. 1,417,291 ; 
May 23. 

Allen, James A., Choccolocco, Ala. Cultivating imple- 
ment. No. 1,415,759 ; May 9. 

Allen, James IT. (See McKee, S. W.. and Allen.) 

Allen, Joseph B.. Woolahra, near Sydney, assignor of one- 
half to H. J. Preston, Sydney. New South Wales. Aus- 
tralia. Supporting and holding bracket for curtain 
rods and the like. No. 1.431,353: Oct. 10. 

Allen, Joseph H., Chicago, 111. assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. System of electric lighting. No. 
1.434,727 f Nov. 7. 

Allen, Joseph J., Crook, England. Tool for refacing valve 
seats. No. 1,406,139; Feb. 7. 

Allen, Le Rov B., Cleveland. Ohio. Counter attachment. 
No. 1,403,368 ; Jan. 10. 

Allen, Louise, Hawarden, Iowa. Cigar rest. No. 1,423,507 ; 
July 25. 

Allen, Mabelle J., Boston, Mass. Educational game for 
teaching music. No. 1,406.960 ; Feb. 21. 

Allen Machine Company. (Sec Allen, Edward E., as- 
signor.) 

Allen, Marcus, Los Angeles, Calif. Valve. No. 
1,438,081 ; Dec. 5. 

Allen Morrison Sign Company. (See Hudson, William L., 
assignor.) 

illen, Napoleon B-, Brooklyn, N. Y. Clamp. No. 
1,419,193; June 13. 

Allen, Paul W. (See Lenders, A. W. H., and Allen.) 



Allen, Paul W., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Penick & Ford, Ltd. Incorporated. 
Manufacture of grape sugar. No. 1,422.328 ; July 11. 

Allen, Robert, Woodcote, Reading. England. Gudgeon-pin 
bush for pistons. No. 1,415,422 ; May 9. 

Allen, Robert M. (See Miller, C. F., and Allen.) 

Allen, Roy M., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Elec- 
trical switching device. No. 1,415,972 ; May 16. 

Allen, Roy M., Bloomfield, and Paul Neill, East Orange, 
N. J., assignors to Western Electric Company, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Compensator. No. 1,415,973 ; 
May 16 

Allen, Roy N., and J. N. Todd, Seattle, Wash. Truck. 
No. 1,437,212 ; Nov. 28. 

Allen, S. L., & Co. (See Allen, C. J., and Mader, as- 
signors.) 

Allen, S. L., & Co. (See Allen, Charles J., assignor.) 

Allen, S. L., & Co. (See Richie, David R., assignor.) 

Allen, S. L., & Co. (See Warren, W. C, and Kier, as- 
signors.) 

Alien, S. L., & Co. Tuc. (See Bowen, James M., assignor.) 

Allen, S. L., & Co., Inc. (See Dowler, Jacob W., as- 
signor.) 

Allen, Scott E., Los Angeles, Calif. Accelerator for water- 
cooled machines. No. 1,415,974 ; May 16, 

Allen Typewriter Company. (See Uhlig, Richard W., as- 
signor.) 

Allen, W. D., Manufacturing Company. (See Ryerson, 
Thorval L., assignor.) 

Allen, W. P., et al., trustees. (See Paul, Christian F., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Allen, William A., Yonkers, .N. Y., and C. C. Abbe, Essex 
Fells, N. J., assignors to A. Schrader's ' Son, Incorpo- 
rated, New York. N. Y. Tire-pressure gauge. No. 
1.402.729 ; Jan. 10. 

Allen, William C., Newton, Miss. Cotton condenser and 
packer. No. 1,436,374 ; Nov. 21. 

Allen, William E. (See Jones, Everett R., assignor.) 

Allen, William G., Hartford. Conn. Driving mechanism 
for drill presses. No. 1,431,354 ; Oct. 10. 

Allen, William H., Detroit, Mich. Weatherproofing clay. 
No. 1,421,888 ; July 4. 

Allen, William I-L, Momence, 111., assignor to R. C. Pen- 
field. New York. N. Y. Brick-hacking machine. No. 
1,414,998; May 2. 

Allen, William R., and T. K. McRea, Glacier, Wash. ; said 
McRea assignor to said Allen. Spar-tree protector and 
fastening device for high-lead blocks. No. 1,423,292 ; 
July 18. 

Allen, Willis H., Syracuse, N. Y. Chime attachment for 
clocks. No. 1,426,806 ; Aug. 22. 

Allen Wrench & Tool Company. (See Webster, Oscar A,, 
assignor.) 

Allenbaugh, George G., Mansfield, Ohio. Swimming de- 
vice. No. 1,422.071 ; July 11. 

Allender, Charles W. G., Denver, Colo. Clamp for protect- 
ing tires. No. 1,426,532 ; Aug. 22. 

Alles, Conrad, Three Rivers, Calif. Traction wheel. No. 
1,408,238 ; Feb. 28. 

Alios. Henry, San Francisco, Calif. Current motor. No. 
1,432,271 ; Oct. 17. 

Alles, Henry, San Francisco, Calif. Current motor. No. 
1,434,357 ; Oct. 31. 

Alles. John, Exeter, assignor of one-half to A. Dinkins, 
Woodlake. Calif. Controlling device for electric cir- 
cuits. No. 1,412,591; Apr. 11. 

Alles, Louis H., Wilmington, Del. Toothbrush. No. 
1,415,760; May 9. 

Allhiser, Edward J., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for 
treating hides. No. 1,411,249 ; Apr. 4. 

Alliance Machine Company, The. (See Keller, Walter D., 
assignor.) 

Allie, Edgar H., Holyoke, Mass. Dividers. No. 1,436,848 : 
Nov. 28. 

Allied Golf Company. (See White, James S.. assignor.) 

Alline, Russell S.. Cleveland, Ohio. Dispensing device. 
No. 1,438,740; Dec. 12. 

Ailing, Edward R.. and F. F. Wolf, assignors to Rice & 
Adams Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Can-inverting device 
for can - washing machines and the like. No. 1,421,056 ; 
June 27. 

Ailing. Johan A., Stockholm, Sweden. Pen nib. No. 
1.432,147; Oct. 17. 

Allingham, James, Chicago, 111, Pop-up waste-valve mech- 
anism. No. 1,408,239 ; Feb. 28. 

Allingham, John, Los Angeles, Calif. Process of and ap- 
paratus for recovering metals from ores. No. 1,403,463 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Allington, William W. (See Williams, William M., as- 
signor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Binder, 
Homer P., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Cheney, 
Herbert W., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Deutsch, 
Edward I., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Geist, Wal- 
ter, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See George, 
Edgar C, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Humphrey, 
Noah W., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Kane, 
John J., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Lieber, 
William H., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See McCoy, 
James P. A., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Newhouse, 
Ray C, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Patitz, 
Johann F. M., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Wersel, 
Charles J., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See William- 
son, Robert B., assignor.) 

Allis, Dexter W., Whitman, Mass. Speed governor for 
phonographs and other purposes. No. 1,432,943 ; 
Oct. 24. 

Allis, Dexter W., Whitman, Mass. Yielding driving mecha- 
nism. No. 1,436,072 ; Nov. 21. 

Allis, Hannora E., administratrix. (See Allis, Thomas V.) 

Allis, Thomas V., deceased, Pittsburgh, Pa. : H. E. Allis, 
administratrix. Machine for charging sheet and tin- 
plate bars into furnaces. No. 1,402,036; Jan. 3. 

Allis, Thomas V., deceased, by H. E. G. Allis, adminis- 
tratrix, Pittsburgh, Pa. Method of and furnace for 
heat-treating sheet and tin-plate bars. No. 1,417,012 ; 
May 23. 

Allison, Arthur E. (See Ash, V. B., and Allison.) 

Allison. Clifford E., Portland, Oreg. Hoisting device. 
No. 1,413.884: Apr. 25. 

Allison, Daniel K., Milwaukee, Wis. Machine for mixing 
dough. No. 1,426,444 ; Aug. 22. 

Allison, Evangeline K.. Miami, Ariz. Combination eye- 
brow pencil. No. 1,429.823: Sept. 19. 

Allison, Isaiah. (See Leighty, W. J., and Allison.) 

Allison, Isaiah, Downers Grove, and W. J. Leiffbty, Chi- 
cago, 111. Combined tie plate and rail anchor. No. 
1.431,769 ; Oct. 10. 

Allison, James M.. assignor of one-half to E. W. Trook, 
Indianapolis. Ind. Balloon kite. No. 1,432.515 ; Oct. 17. 

Allison, John F., et al. (See Underwood, James B., as- 
signor.) 

Allison. Robert P., Baltimore, Md. Disk wheel. No. 
1,428,741 ; Sept. 12. 

Allison, Robert P.. Richmond, Va. Disk wheel. No. 
1.428.742: Sept. 12. 

Allison. Walter B. (See Reid, F. G.. and Allison.) 

Allitb-Prouty Company. (See Lonbom. A. H., and Perry, 
assignors.) 

Allith-Prouty Company. (See Older, Roy B., assignor.) 

Allman, Charles W., Qttumwa, Iowa. Flagstaff. No. 
1.416,669; May 23. 

Alison. Thomas, and W. W. Sibson. assignors to The 
Philadelphia Drying Machine Company, Philadelphia. 
Pa. Device for supporting cbinaware or the like dur- 
ing manufacture. No. 1.412.592; Apr. 11. 

Allsop, Thomas, and W. W. Sibson. assignors to Philadel- 
phia Drying Machine Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Dry- 
ing machine. No. 1.412.593 : Apr. 11. 

Allsop, Thomas, and W. W. Sibson. assignors to Philadel- 
phia Drying Machine Company. Philadelphia, Pa. Dry- 
ing machine. No. 1 412.594; Apr. 11.. 

Allsop, Thomas, and W. W. Sibson, assignors to The Phila- 
delphia Drying Machinery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Drying mnchine. No. 1.414.973: May 2. 

Allstntter, Edwin E., Hamilton, Ohio. Latch for sliding 
dnnrs. No. 1.408.240 : Feb. 28. 

Allsteel Ridewell Tire and Rubber Company, The. (See 
Huetter, Andrew, assignor.) 

Alls' eeleouip Company. " (Spo Erickson. Axel F., assignor.) 

All-Stopl-Fnnin Company. (Sen Goblet. Peter, assignor.) 

Allsteel Ridewell Tire and Rubber Company. (See Huet- 
ter, ADdrew, assignor.) 

Allwovk, Robert II., Now York, N. Y. Flat-top roll-cover 
<l"Kl.-. No. 1.421,357; .Tulv 4. 

Ally Company Inc. CSee Bullock, Samuel A., assignor.) 

Allyn. Leonard E., West Mystic. Conn., assignor of one- 
halt to J. L. Dalton. Now Orleans. La. Fluid-current 
conveyers. No. 1.439.722 ; Dec. 26. 

Allyn, Robert S., trustee. (See Clark, Norris E., as 
signor.) 

Allyne, Edmund E.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Aluminum Manufactures Incorporated, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Piston. No. 1.426.138; Aug. 15. 

Alma Manufacturing Company of Baltimore City. (See 
Kerngood, Allen H.. assignor.) 

Almedia. Jose M., Rock Springs, Wyo. Necktie. No. 
1.438.885 ; Dec. 12. 

Almen-Crosby Motors Co. (See Almen, John O., assignor.) 
(Reissue.) 

Almen, John O., Seattle, Wash. Internal-combustion en- 
gine. No. 1,411.556; Apr. 4. 

Almen, John O., assignor to Almen-Crosby Motors Co., Inc., 
Seattle, Wash. Tnternal-combustion engine. (Reissue.) 
No. 15.442 : Sept. 5. 

Almen, John O., Seattle, Wash., assignor to Almen-Crosby 
Motors Company, Inc. Internal-combustion engine. No. 
1.430.275 : Sept. 26. 

Almond, T. R.. Manufacturing Company. (See Hubbell, 
Henry S., assignor.) 

Almy, Ferdinand B., Melrose, Mass. Automobile top. No. 
1,403,664 ; Jan. 17. 



No. 



Alonso. Segundo P., Habana, Cuba. Angle-measuring ap 
paratus. No. 1,420,175 ; June 20. 

Alquist, Charles V., Norwich, Conn. Grinding machine. 
No. 1,402,704 ; Jan. 3. 

Alquist, John C, Portland, Conn. Tool holder. No 
1,422,247; July 11. 

Alsatian Machine Works, Limited. (See Fosscl, Joseph, 
assignor.) 

Alschausky, Josef F. S., Gautzsch, near Leipzig, Ger- 
many. Trombone. No. 1,428,675; Sept. 12. 

Alschuler, Alfred S., Chicago, assignor to R. H. Alschuler, 
Winnetka, III. Distributing and sorting merchandise. 
No. 1,440,204; Dec. 26. 

Alschuler, Ernest, New York, N. Y. Battery hand lamp 
No. 1,404,258; Jan. 24. 

Alschuler. Ernest, New York, N. Y. Battery hand lamp. 
No. 1,404.259; Jan. 24. 

Alschuler, Ernest, New York, N. Y. Battery hand lamp. 
No. 1,436.226 ; Nov. 21. 

Alschuler, Ernest, Chicago, 111., assignor to United States 
Electric Manufacturing Corporation, New York, N Y. 
Battery bandlamp. No. 1,409,147; Mar. 14. 

Alschuler, R. H. (See Alschuler, Alfred S., assignor.) 

Alseika. Benis. Brighton, Mass. Drilling machine. I 
1.409.909; Mar. 21. 

Alseth, Stengrim. Osakis, Minn. Flytrap. No. 1,427,050 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Alsip, John F., Tacoma, and W. B. Alsip, Seattle, Wash. 
Cigar tray. No. 1,439,351 : Dec. 19. 

Alsip, Ward B. (See Alsip, John F. and W. B.) 

Alsop, Bertha S., New York, N. Y. Garment supporter. 
No. 1.404,181 ; Jan. 24. 

Alsop, James N., Owensboro, Ky., assignor to Packer's 
Meat Smoking Corporation, Chicago, 111. Treating or- 
ganic and inorganic substances. No. 1,402,203 ; Jan. 3. 

Alsop, James N., Owensboro, Ky., assignor to Packer's 
Meat Smoking Corporation, Chicago, 111. Method of and 
apparatus for treating organic substances. No. 
1,402,204 ; Jan. 3. 

Alspaugb, James S., Portsmouth, Ohio. Gear-shifting 
mechanism. No. 1,402,131 ; Jan. 3. 

Alspaugb, James S., Portsmouth, Ohio. Means for ex- 
tracting sand from the bottoms of bodies of water. 
No. 1,402,334 ; Jan. 3. 

Alspaugb, James S., Portsmouth, Ohio. Automatic gear- 
shift control. No. 1.413,561 : Apr. 25. 

Alspaugb, James S., Portsmouth, Ohio. Gear-shift mech- 
anism. No. 1,431.207; Oct. 10. 

Alt, Otto, Kiel, assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktiengesell- 
schaft Germaniawerft, Kiel-Gaarden, Germanv. Piston 
for internal-combustion engines. No. 1,405,S87 ; Feb. 7. 

Altenbaugh, William F. (See Welch, J. C, and Alten- 
baugh.) 

Altenberg, George P., assignor to The Icy-Hot Bottle Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. Dispensing apparatus. No. 
1,412.329 ; Apr. 11. 

Altenberg, George P., assignor to The Icy-Hot Bottle Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. Dispensing apparatus. No. 
1.412.330; Apr. 11. 

Altergott, Henry, Sheboygan, Wis. Attachable band 
brake. No. 1,417,880; May 30. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., assignor to Oliver Chilled Plow 
Works, South Bend, Ind. Ridge-leveling implement. 
No. 1,405.086; Jan. 31. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., assignor to Oliver Chilled Plow 
Works, South Bend, Ind. Plow. No. 1,405,087 ; Jan. 31. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., assignor to Oliver Chilled Plow 
Works, South Bend, Ind. Plow. No. 1,405,088 ; Jan. 31. 

Altgelt, Rudolph .]., assignor to Oliver Chilled Plow 
Works. South Bend, Ind. Wheel. No. 1,410,540 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., assignor to Oliver Chilled Plow 
Works, South Bend. Ind. Hitch device. No. 1,428,517 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., assignor to Oliver Chilled Tlow 
Works, South Bend. Ind. Yoke construction for rolling 
colters and the like. No. 1,428.518: Sept. 12. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., assignor to Oliver Chilled Plow 
Works, South Bend. Ind. Wheel-operated power-lift 
mechanism. No. 1,434,978 ; Nov. 7. 

AH tin us, Walter G., assignor of one-fourth to H. B. 
Richmond, Shawano, Wis. Automatic stop for sound- 
renrodin'ing machines. No. 1.420,071 ; June 20. 

Altheide, Henry. (See Reusch, W., Althcide, and Rousch.) 

Althouse, Charles F., Reading, Pa., assignor to L. Muther, 
Newton, Mass. Combined guide and work-holding de- 
vice for folding machines. No. 1,416,660 ; May 16. 

Althuon. Arthur. fS^o Nielsen. N. C. and Althuon.) 

Altieri. Emilio. New York, N. Y. Arch supporter. No. 
1.434,471 ; Nov. 7. 

Altman, Helen S., Elcho, Wis. Portable wardrobe. No. 
1,425,228 : Aug. 8. 

Altman, William O., Westline, Pa. Clothesline. No. 
1,427,051 ; Aug. 22. 

Alton. Francis O.. Wiiterbury. Conn. Auxiliary air inlot 
for internal-combustion engines. No. 1,421,135 ; June 27. 

Altschnler, Joseph. Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Keyo- 
grapb Corporation. Film - numbering machine. No. 
1.428.352: Sopt. 5. 

Altstitdter, George, Vienna, Austria. Tire-healing com- 
position. No. 1,434,764 ; Nov. 7. 

Altwegg. Jean, Lyon. France, assignor to Societe Chimique 
des Usines du Rhone, Paris. France. Production of 
organic silver alcosols. No. 1,413,151; Apr. 18. 



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Altwegg, Jean, Lyon, assignor to Societe Chimique des 
Usines du Rhone, (Anciennement Gilliard P. Monnet 
et Cartier,) Paris, France. Preparation of the di- 
alkvl -arnino-etbyl derivatives of theobromine. No. 
1.414,333; May 2. 

Altwegg, Jean, Lyon. France, assignor to Societe Chimique 
Des Usines Du Rhone, Paris, France. Obtaining cal- 
cium salt of acetyl salicylic acid. No. 1,431,863 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Altwegg, Jean, and Joanny Landrivon, Lyon, France, as- 
signor's to Societe Chimique des Usines du Rhone (An- 
ciennement Gilliard P. Monnet et Cartier), Paris, 
France. Process for the manufacture of new mono 
and •di/S-oxyethyl-amino-benzoic esters. No. 1,418,900 ; 
June 6. 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Edwards, J. D., 
Frary, and Churchill, assignors.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Frary, Francis C, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Hoopes, William, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Milligan, Lowell 
H., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Sherwin, Ralph S., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Varney, Theodore, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Die-Casting Corporation. (See Bungay, George 
W., assignor.) 

Aluminum Manufactures Incorporated. (See Allyne, Ed- 
mund E., assignor.) 

Aluminum Manufactures, Incorporated. (See Ainick, Clair 
J., assignor.) 

Aluminum Manufacturers, Incorporated. (See Hook, 
Henry C, assignor.) 

Aluminum-Scbweisswerk A.-G. (See Grubenmann, Max, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Seal Company. (See Sharp, John, assignor.) 

Alvey, William S., Philadelphia, Pa. Nursing bottle. No. 
1,418.208 ; June 0. 

Alvord, Clayton II. (See Schwarzmann, W. E., and 
Alvord.) 

Alvord, Clinton, Worcester. Mass. Loom for weaving 
tufted pile fabrics. No. 1,436.619; Nov. 21. 

Alvord, W. C. (See Thomas, Edwin E., assignor.) 

Alwart, Paul J., Chicago, 111. Portable apparatus for 
elevating and screening coal and other unscreened ma- 
terial. No. 1,432,T3S ; Oct. 24. 

Amalgamated Zinc De Bavay's. (See Avery, David, as- 
signor.) 

Amatel, Harold. East Orange, N. J., assignor to Westing- 
house Lamp Company. Shipping, display, and vending 
carton. No. 1,434,979 ; Nov. 7. 

Amberg, Rudolf H. (See Fcldkamp, Frederick A., as- 
signor.) 

Ambler, George B., and H. F. Sbaw, assignors to F. A. 
Whitney Carriage Company, Leominster. Mass. Fin- 
ishing articles in baslcetware. No. 1.424,972 ; Aug. 8. 

Ambler, Isaac, Jeannette Borough, assignor to Jeannette 
Olass Compnnv, Jeannette, Pa. Glass display stand. 
No. 1,438,805 ; Dec. 12. 

Ambrose. Davis, Louisville, Ky. Rail clamp. No. 
1,418,122; May 30. 

Ambrose, Frank 1<\, Los Angeles. Calif., assignor to Union 
Steam Pump Company. Battle Creek, Mich. Rotary 
pump. No. 1.407,620; Feb. 21. 

Ambrose, Ranford II., Denver, Colo. Wrench. No. 
1,405,250; Jan. 31. 

Ambuhl, William H., Philadelphia, Pa. Dental imple- 
ment. No. 1,433.332 ; Oct. 24. 

Ambursen Engineering Company. (See Ambursen, Nils 
F., assignor.) 

Ambursen, Nils F., Newton, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Ambursen Engineering Company. Ap- 
paratus for constructing concrete floors. No. 1,439,281 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Amburson, Gustave A., Sin Francisco, Calif. Motor sled. 
No. 1,419,483; June 13. 

Amelianovich, Joseph A., Chicago. 111. Thermostatically- 
controlled sadiron. No. 1,435,096 ; Nov. 7. 

Ameln, Robert, and C. O. J. Montelius, Stockholm, Swe- 
den, assignors to Svenska Ackumulator-Aktiebolaget 
Jungner, Stockholm. Sweden. Electrode for electric 
cells. No. 1,411,256; Apr. 4. 

Amend, Qtto P., New York, N. Y. Carbureting liquid 
fuels. No. 1,423,064; July 18. 

Amendt, Hubert, and H. Scherer, Ottawa. 111. Operating 
mechanism for turntables. No. 1,410,442 ; Mar. 21. 

American Abrasive Metals Company. (See Bowers, Wil- 
liam C, assignor.) 

American Abrasive Metals Company. (See Edmondson, 
Ralph S., assignor.) 

American Abrasive Metals Company. (See Napolitan, 
Francis J., assignor.) 

American Aero Company. (See Jnelson, Edwin, assicnor.) 

American Arch Company. (See Anthony, James T., as- 
signor.) 

American Arch Company. (See Himmelrigbt, Raleigh J., 
assignor.) 

American Arch Company. (See Neff. John P., assignor.) 

American Arch Company. (See Willett, Alfred H., as- 
signor.) 

American Atomized Fuel Company. (See Gentine, Howard 
I., assignor.) 



American Atomized Fuel Company. (See Whitaker, Wil- 
liam H., assignor.) 

American Automatic Connector Company, The. (See 
Barber, Martin A., assignor.) 

American Automatic Lock and Lift Company. (See Cane, 
Gordon F., assignor.) 

American Automatic Lock and Lift Company. (See 
Wheelock, Arthur C, assignor.) 

American Automatic Scale Company. (See Osgood, Louis 
A., assignor.) 

American Automatic Train Control Corporation. (See 
Quarles, Charles H., assignor.) 

American Balsa Company. (See Broady, Harry W., as- 
signor.) 

American Balsa Company. (See Lundin, Andreas P., as- 
, signor.) 

American Bank Note Company. (See Green, Warren L., 
assignor.) 

American Bank Note Company. (See Smith, Amos H., 
assignor.) 

American Blower Company. (See Hazazer, Edgar P., as- 
signor.) 

American Bosch Magneto Corporation. (See Rosenthal, 
L. W., and Lang, assignors.) 

American Bosch Magneto Corporation. (See Schwarz- 
mann, W. E., and Alvord, assignors.) 

American Bosch Magneto Corporation. (See Schwarz- 
mann, Wolfgang E., assignor.) 

American Bottle Cap Company. (See Blakeslee, Everett 
L., assignor.) 

American Box Board Company. (See Bither, Frederick 
H., assignor.) 

American Brake Company, The. (See Bedford, John E., 
assignor.) 

American Brake Company, The. (See Wahlert, II. A., and 
Redford, assignors.) 

American Brake Shoe & Foundry Company, The. (See 
Thompson, James S., assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Coe, James R., as- 
signor.) 

American Bromine Company. (See Tobler, Henri, as- 
signor.) (Reissue.) 

American Buckle Co., The. (See Hodge, Robert J., as- 
signor.) 

American Bureau of Engineering, Inc. (See Peers, Henry 
E., assignor.) 

American Button & Fastener Co. (See Elliott, William E., 
assignor.) 

American Button & Fastener Co. (See Latham, Albert, 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Butler, William F., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Dunn, George I-L, as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Fleischer, Paul W., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Graham, Charles W., 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Grass, Alfred, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Gray. James A., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Hodgson, John G., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Hothersall, John M., 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Johnson. Axel, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Jones. Harry W., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Kenny, William J., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Miller, Henry, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Rudolphi, Frank, as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Taylor, William E., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Thornburgh, Ivan D., 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Widell, Magnus E., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Wood, Frederick P., as- 
signor.) 

American Car Company. (See Schechter, Bernard, as- 
signor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Baird, Wil- 
liam S., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Constantine, 
Aiphonse A., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Cork, Tudor 
C, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Flinn, Frank 
P., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Geoghegan, 
John T., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Hervig, 
Richard, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Hochberg, 
Oscar, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Kassler, 
Adolph, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Neenan, John, 
assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company, et al. (See Ostran- 
der, A. E., and Williams, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Ostrander, 
Allen E., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



American Car and Foundry Company. (See Penman, Alan 
C, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Steinmeyer, 
John W., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Stifnagle, 
William H., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Voss, Wil- 
liam, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Wolnick, 
H. F., and Hervig, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Wolnick, 
Henry F., assignor.) 

American Cardex Co. (See Rand, J. H., jr., and King, as- 
signors.) 

American Casting and Manufacturing Corporation. (See 
Dietze, Emil, assignor.) 

American Cellone Company (Inc.). (See Eichengriin, 
Arthur, assignor.) 

American Cellulose and Chemical Company, Limited. (See 
Briggs, John F., assignor.) 

American Cement Plaster Company. (See Tyler, Alva 
W., assignor.) 

American Chain Company. fSee Conner, Edward A., 
assignor.) 

American Chain Company. (See Hilliard, John H., as- 
signor.) 

American Chain Company. (See Loder, Howard W., as- 
signor.) 

American Chain Company, (ciee Reyburn, John R., as- 
signor.) 

American Cigar Company. (See Schneider, Anthony, as- 
signor.) 

American Coke & Chemical Company. (See Lomax, Clar- 
ence S., assignor.) 

American Coke & Chemical Company. (See Roberts, 
Arthur, assignor.) 

American Colortype Company. (See Cooper, Simon, as- 
signor.) 

American Cotton Oil Company, The. (See Fulson, Charles 
H., assignor.) 

American Cotton Oil Company, The. (See Lamb, Karl B., 
assignor.) 

American Cotton Oil Company, The. (See Phillips, Cecil 
O., assignor.) 

American Creosoting Company. (See Cook, J. C, and 
Austin, assignors.) 

American Dan Bottle Seal Corporation. (See Nordstrom, 
Elof, assignor.) 

American District Telegraph Company. (See Hopkins, 
Richard M., assignor.) 

American District Telegraph Company. (See Jacoby, 
W L., and Hopkins, assignors.) 

American Dressier Tunnel Kilns, Inc. (See Meehan, 
Paul A., assignor.) 

American Electric Storage Battery Company, et al. (See 
Crissey, Walter H., assignor.) 

American Electric Tool Company. (See Paulero, Louis, 
assignor. ) 

American Electrical Heater Company. (See Kuhn, F., 
and Hand, assignors.) 

American Electrical Heater Company. (See Kuhn, F., and 
Thomas, assignors.) 

American Electrical Heater Company. (See Kuhn, F., 
Thomas, and Spiess, assignors.) 

American Encaustic Tiling Co., Ltd. 'See Lillibridge, 
Harry D., assignor.) 

American Engineering Company. (See Bryant Everett B., 
assignor.) 

American Engineering Corporation. (See Malm, Axel 
C. V., assignor.) 

American Equipment Company. (See Myers, Thomas L., 
assignor.) 

American Equipment Company. (See Sullivan, William 
J., assignor.) 

American Fixture & Show-Case Mfg. Company. (See 
Mendle, Milton D.. assignor.) 

American Floor Surfacing Machine Company, The. (See 
Wolfe, Harry H., assignor.) 

American Flyer Manufacturing Co. (See Frohne, Albin, 
assignor.) 

American Flyer Manufacturing Company. (See Lowe, 
Ross II., assignor.) 

American Flyer Mfg. Co. (See Nichols, Edgar B., as- 
signor.) 

American Foundry Equipment Company. (See Coburn, 
Richard G., assignor.) 

American Foundry & Manufacturing Co. (See Sanders, 
Joseph C, assignor.) 

American Frog & Switch Company, The. (See Haskell, 
James B., assignor.) 

American Gas Appliance Company. (See Gamble, August, 
assignor.) 

American Gas Company of New Jersey. (See Warner, 
Arthur W., assignor.) 

American Gas Machine Co. (See Olsen, Walter, assignor.) 

American Gas Machine Company. (See Hanson, Hans 
C, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

American Hard Rubber Co. (See Boyer, Edwin S., as- 
signor.) 

American Hard Rubber Co. (See Kohlmeyer, G., Wing, 
and Schelhammer, assignors.) 

American Hard Rubber Co. (See Schelhammer, Herman, 
assignor.) 



American Hard Rubber Co. (See Wing, C. E., and Schel- 
hammer, assignors.) 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Coney, Wil- 
liam T., assignor.) 

American Hardware Corporation. (See Hurd Norman B., 
assignor.) 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Stone, El- 
mer B., assignor.) 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Svenson, 
Charles W., assignor.) 

American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Teich, 
Ernest L., assignor.) 

American Hominy Company. (See Beck, George, assignor.) 

American Hominy Company. (See Hill, George B., as- 
signor.) 

American Investigation Corporation. (See Schuette, Jo- 
hann, assignor.) 

American La France Fire Engine Co. (See Knoblock, 
James W., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Andr6e, 
William E., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 
Benjamin, Dana H., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Braley, 
Charles L.. assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Couch, 
Forrest J., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company. (See Cutter, 
Edmund L, assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Daly. 
Michael E., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Mil- 
ler, Ernest W., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Frest- 
wich, Sydney, assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 
Waream, Charles E., assignor.) 

American Linen Company. (See Steiner, George A., as- 
signor.) 

American Lithographic Company. (See Dietsche, Adolph, 
Jr., assignor.) 

American Lithographic Company. (See Heinz, Richard, 
assignor.) 

American Lithographic Company. (See Scherotto, John, 
assignor.) 

American Lux Products Corporation. (See Troeger, John 
F. R., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Smith, 
Elberon D., assignor.) 

American Magnesium Corporation. (See Seward, George 
O., assignor.) 

American Manganese Steel Company. (See Bennett, Wil- 
liam H. K., assignor.) 

American Manganese Steel Company. (See Blake, Jud 
M., assignor.) 

American Manganese Steel Company. (See Clark, John 
O., assignor.) 

American Manganese Steel Company. (See Edwards, 
Frederick H., assignor.) 

American Manganese Steel Company. CSee Nichols, Wes- 
ley G., assignor.) 

American Marine Equipment Corporation. (See Davis, 
Howard C.) 

American Metal Cap Company. (See Hammer, Charles, 
assignor.) (Reissue.) 

American Metal Company, The. (See Arstens, Alexander 
B., assignor.) 

American Metal Company. (See Burkey, H. M., and 
Schleicher, assignors.) 

American Metal Company. (See Hayward, C. R., and 
Schleicher, assignors.) 

American Metal Furniture Company. (See Miner, Joseph 
A., assignor.) 

American Meter Company. (See Lane, George A., as- 
signor.) 

American Milling Co. (See Chindbloom, Carl J., assignor.) 

American Moistening Company. (See Comins, Frank B., 
assignor.) 

American Motor Body Company. (See Lambert, A. L., and 
Bell, assignors.) 

American Motor Body Company. (See Lambert, Albert 
L., assignor.) 

American Motor Patents Company. (See Morski, Thomas, 
assignor.) 

American Multigraph Company, The. (See Chisholm, Clif- 
ton, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

American Multigraph Company, The. (See Craig, Burnie 
J., assignor.) 

American Multigraph Company, The. (See Demming, 
William J., assignor.) 

American Multigraph Company, The. (See Gammeter, 
Harry C, assignor.) 

American Narrow Fabric Company. (See Hazelton, Carl 
J., assignor.) 

American Nickeloid Company. (See Mueller, John J., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Arnold, Arthur A., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Bugbee, L. W., and 
Gordon, assignors.) 

American Optical company. (See Bugbee, Lucian W., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Cozzens, Charles O., 
assignor.) 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1022. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



13 



American Optical Company. (See Day, George H., as- 
AmeSn' Optical Company. (See Dey, Gilbert S., as- 
AmefS Optical Company. (See Gunning, William A., 
AmerifaT'optical Company. (See Hill, Harry W., as- 
^mertcan Optical Company. (See Maynard, A. E., and 
Am G e U r?can g bpUc g arCompany. (See Maynard, Albert E.. 
Amtrlcarfoptical Ccmpany. (See McKinstry, George W., 
Amlri IS an° r Optical Company. (See Schumacher, E. L., 
Am% n r1ca B U OU Op^ai a Co S np°a r ^. (See Schumacher, Elmer L„ 
Amlrkarf'Optical Company. (See Sheard, C, and Till- 
Americ a a S u lg 5ptfcal Company. (See Spaander, Jan, as- 
AmS Optical Company. (See Tillyer, Edgar D., 
AmeHfaifoptical Company. (See Worth, Edmund W., as- 
Ame g r°can Oven & Machine Company. (See Eoyan, George, 
Ameri g an r 'Piano Company. (See Dwelly, Edwin S., as- 
Amefica^ Piano Company. (See Russell, Guy M., as- 
A«S Piano Company. (See Stoddard, Charles F., 
American 1 " Platinum Works. (See Gaschke, George, as- 
American Production and Trading Company. (See Reich- 
mann, Fr'ink J., assignor.) „.. „, w . ariA 

American Pulley Company, The. (See Bilger, W. A., and 

Amlric k a e n p1i|iy Company, The. (See Sbarpless, John 

American a pu\verizer Company. (See Knittel, Paul S., 

Ame S ric g an° r Kadio & Research Corporation. (See Power, 

Am^T|n r J Kadtut SU Company. (See Cuntz, Hermann P., 

American' Ray lo Corporation. (See Deeks, Hiram C. J., 

AmeS/iiing Company. (See Swick, C. P., and Krantz, 

Amfrlcan r Road Machinery Company. (See Berry, Earl E.. 

Ame 8 rKa 1 n r Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Beck, W. J., 

and Aupperle, assignors.) TO1 ., „ „ „.,,, 

American Rotary Engine Co. (See White, H. S., and 

AmeriSn UotaJ-y 1 Engine Co. (See White, Henry S., as- 

Amsfrican Rubber Company. (See Gibbons, W. A., and Rit- 

■{"pt* fissisnoi's ) 
American Rubber Company. (See Gibbons, Willis A., as- 

Ame g ic°a r n_ Safety Device Company. (See Johnston, Frank 

American lg s n a°les Book Company. (See Bottle, Edward K., 

Ame?ican r Sales Company. (See King, Roy D. assignor.) 
American Sanitary Lock Co. (See Morgan, Donald C 

Amenfqarf'Sanitary Refrigeration Co. (See Fischbacher, 

American Scrubbing Equipment Company. (See Finnell, 
Walter S., assignor.) xi„„,if„,./i 

American Seamless Container Company. (See Handfoid, 
xirthur W., assignor.) 

American Seamless Container Company. (See Hawley, 
Tpss B cissiSDor.) 

American" Seamless Container Company. (See Rockwood, 

Amer a can S Separato gD Company, The. (See Collins, Thomas, 

American Shale Reduction Company. (See Hille, Adolph 

W., assignor.) 
American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Haarbye, 

S. B., and Mcllvried, assignors.) . 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Long, L. 

T., and Mcllvried, assignors.) 
American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Zimmer 

man, Rufus E., assignor.'* 
American Smelting & Refining Company. (See Alexander, 

Harry H., assignor.) . ' 

American Smelting & Refining Company. (See Howard, 

Guy C, assignor.) 
American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Howard, 

William H., assignor.) 
American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Lannon, 

Franklin P., Jr., assignor.) 
American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Thiele, 

Adolph A., assignor.) 
American Sme'ting & Refining Company. (See Van 

Amburgh, Charles, assignor.) 



American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Wag- 
staff, Richard A., assignor.) 
American Speed-O-Feeder Company, The. (See Wood, 

Harry L., assignor.) 
American Spotless Street System, Inc. (See Richardson, 

G. J., and Sachs, assignors.) 
American Spotless Street System, Inc. (See Richardson, 

George J., assignor.) 
American Standard Tool Company. (See Wiard, Freder- 
ick, assignor.) 
American Steam Conveyor Corporation. (See Griffin, 

Lome A., assignor.) 
American Steam Conveyor Corporation, et al. (See Nolan, 

Clyde, assignor.) 
American Steam Gauge & Valve Manufacturing Company. 

(See Hopkins, Frank H., assignor.) 
American "Steam Truck Company. (See Jacobson, Era 

C, assignor.) (Reissue.) 
American Steel Company. (See Scanlon, H. J., and Kelly, 

assignors ) 
American Steel Company. (See Scanlon, Hugh J., as- 
signor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Bauer, Carl E., as- 
signor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Chiles, George S., as- 
signor. ) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Floyd, George G., as- 
signor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Hedgcock, William C, 

assignor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Janney, Robert E. L., 

assignor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Lamont, J. A., and 

Walcher, assignors.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Lamont, John A., as- 
signor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Peycke, Armand H., 

assignor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Sparrow, Arthur, as- 
signor.) 
American Steel. Foundries. (See Stearns, Walter A., as- 
signor.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Whitney, L. L., and 

Hedgcock, assignors.) 
American Steel Foundries. (See Whitney, Loren L., 

assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Carstarphen, Frederick C, assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. (See 

Ekstrand, Lars M., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Howe, James F., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Morrison, Max, assignor.) 
American Stove Company. (See Blackford, Atwell J., as- 
signor.) 
American Stove Company. (See Meacham, Benjamin E., 

assignor.) 
American Stove Company. (See Munzer, Charles, as- 
signor.) 
American Stove Company. (See Nicolaus F. G., and Roy, 

assignors.) 
American Stove Company. (See Nicolaus, Frederic G., 

assignor.) 
American Stove Company. (See Stockstrom, Charles A., 

assignor.) 
American Sugar Refining Company, The. (See Hoff- 

bauer, Alfred, assignor.) 
American Tag Company. (See Swett, Arthur H., as- 
signor.) 
American Taximeter Company, The. (See Karich, Ru- 
dolf R., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Affel, 

H. A., and Davidson, Jr., assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Affel, 

Herman A., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Avery, Frederick, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Bailey, Rand S., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Barnes, Harry P., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Bar- 
rows, Leon D., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Berryman, David, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Best, 

Fred H., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Black- 
well, Otto B., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Blau- 

velt, William G., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Bown, 

Ralph, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Carson, John R., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Clark, 

A. B., and Crisson, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Clark, Alva B., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Cooper, Lester W., assignor.) 



14 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Cris- 

son, George, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Dar- 

row, Leo H., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Dar- 

row, Wirt E., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. ( See David- 
son, John, Jr., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Dem- 

arest, C. S., and Loynes, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Dem- 
arest, Charles S., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Espen- 
schied, L., and Affel, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Espen- 
schied, Lloyd, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Har- 
den, William H., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Har- 
per, Alfred U., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Harrison, William H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Hitch- 
cock, Harry W., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Hoyt, 
Ray S., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Kent, 
Robert J., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Klein, 
Charles H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Kuhn, 
G. W., and Lundius, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Kuhn, 
George W., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Martin, William H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Mc- 
Curdy, Ralph G., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See More- 
house, Lyman F., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Mor- 
ris, Robert W., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ny- 
quist, Harry, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Os- 
borne, Harold S., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Pierce, 
Ralph E., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Potts, 
Louis M., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ren- 
shaw, Richard A., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Rhodes, William A., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Rose, 
Arthur F., assignor.) 

American Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Shack- 
leton, Samuel P., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Smith, Temple C, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Thompson, George K., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Toomey, J. F., and Loynes, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Toomey, John F., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Van 
Dyke, Karl S., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ver- 
nam, Gilbert S., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
White, Ralph H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Wright, John W., assignor.) 

American Thermophone Company. (See Browne, T. C, 
and Brush, assignors.) 

American Thermophone Company. (See van Lynden, 
Robert A. Baron.) 

American Thermos Bottle Company. (See Walker, W. B., 
and Visscher, assignors.) 

American Tobacco Company, The. (See Goldsmith Her- 
man, assignor.) 

American Tool Works Company, The. (See Schatz, II. W., 
and Sosa, assignors.) 

American Type Founders Company. (See Benton, Linn 
B. and M. F., assignors.) 

American Well Works, The. (See Chapman, Matthew T., 
assignor.) 

American Whaley Engine Company. (See Whaley, Wil- 
liam B. S., assignor.) 

American Wiremold Company. (See Abbott, Chauncey 
W., assignor.) 

American Wiremold Company. (See Petersen, Anker, 
assignor.) 

American Wood Rim Company, The. (See Kenrick, 
Charles H., assignor.) 

A movie:! n Wood Rim Company, The. (See Lobdell, Ed- 
ward, jr., assignor.) 

AiTKM'k'i'Ti vVoorhvoi'lring Machinery Company. (See Fos- 
ter, C. B.. and Clement, assignors.) 

American Wood Working: Machinery Company. (See Mac- 
Dowell, G. S., and Perkins, assignors.) 

American Wringer Company. (See Webster, Henry A., as- 
signor.) 



American Writing Paper Company. (See Kamm, Oliver 

assignor.) 
American Writing Paper Company. (See Rindfusz, R. E , 

and Voorhees, assignors.) 
American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Ross- 
man, William F., assignor.) 
American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Wetten- 

gel, Charles A., assignor.) 
Ames, Adelbert, jr., Tewksbury," Mass. Exhibiting device. 

No. 1,427,428 ; Aug. 29. 
Ames, Butler, Lowell, Mass. Rotor for electrical machines. 

No. 1,415,761 ; May 9. 
Ames, Butler, Lowell. Mass. Stator for electrical ma- 
chines. No. 1,415,762 ; May 9. 
Ames, Chester R. (See Forbess, W. A., and Ames.) 
Ames, Fletcher, Berkeley, Calif. Tent and bed. No. 

1,423,171 ; July 18. 
Ames Ship Building and Dry Dock Company. (See 

Eisinga, Dirk, assignor.) 
Amiard, Pierre J. R. (See Quiry, Alfred G., assignor.) 
Amick, Clair J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Alumi- 
num Manufactures, Incorporated, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Metal mold. No. 1,420,903 ; June 27. 
Amidon, Fayette A. (See Girard, Albert G., assignor.) 
Amlee, Ole G., St. Paul, Minn. Toy pistol. No. 1,424,432 ; 

Aug. 1. 
Amon, Glenn R., Helena, Ohio. Market basket. No. 

1,439,392; Dec. 19. 
Ainonsen, George II. (See Amonsen, Gilbert and G. H.) 
Amonsen, Gilbert and G. H., Minneapolis, Minn. Draft 

appliance. No. 1,404,678 ; Jan. 24. 
Amoroso, Silvie, Boston, assignor of one-half to A. Frisch, 
Winthrop, Mass. Pneumatic element for vehicle' wheels. 
No. 1,406,324; Feb. 14. 
Amos, John A., St. Louis, Mo., and E. Wanamaker, 
Chicago, HI. Portable lamp. No. 1,435,133 ; Nov. 7. 
Amphlett, Herbert P., and K L. Jones, Victoria, London, 
assignors to The Hume Pipe and Concrete Construction 
Company, Limited, London, England. Molding of ob- 
jects by means of centrifugal force. No. 1,427,508 ; 
Aug. 29. 
Amsbary, William N., and W. F. Larson, New Castle, 

Colo. Refrigerator. No. 1,409.511 ; Mar. 14. 
Amsden, Albert W., assignor to The L. S. Starrett Com- 
pany, Athol, Mass. Twist-drill gauge. No. 1,439,282; 
Dec. 19. 
Amsler, Alfred, Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Tonometer. 

No. 1,423,293; July 18. 
Amsler, Walter O., Edgewood. Pa. Pulverized-fuel-feed- 

ing system. No. 1,412,642 ; Apr. 11. 
Amsler, Walter O., Pittsburgh, Pa. Annealing furnace or 

leer. No. 1,415,622 ; May 9. 
Amstutz, Peter B., Bluffton. Ohio. Road-working ma- 
chine. No. 1,440,263 ; Dec. 26. 
Amthor, Edward M. (See Nye. V. W., and Amthor.) 
Amundson, l'eter A., assignor of one-half to T. A. Amund- 
son, Oconomowoc, Wis. Variable-speed gear. No. 
1,422,072 ; July 11. 
Amundson, Thomas A. (See Amundson, Peter A., as- 
signor.) 
Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Laist, F., and 

Jones, assignors.) 
Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Laist, F., Frick, 

Klepetko, and Davidson, assignors.) 
Anagnost. Apostle, New York, N. Y. String-instrument 

key. No. 1,429,391 ; Sept. 19. 
Ananian, Hohannis A., Paterson, N. J. Toy. No. 

1,407.621 ; Feb. 21. 
Anatmos Metals and Furnace Corporation. (See De Bats, 

Jean H. L., assignor.) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Ramsey, 

George, assignor.) 
Anchor Cap and Closure Corporation. (See Scofield, Ed- 
gar, assignor.) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Townsend, 

Harry E., assignor.) 
Anchor Concrete Machinery Co. (See Bradley, Charles 

W., assignor.) 
Anciano, Ramon V. (See de Aguiar, A., and Anciano.) 
Anrleen, Carl, Haddam, Conn. Toothed harrow. No. 

1,438,513; Dec. 12. 
Anders, Paul, and P. M. Ginnings, Urbana, 111. Dis- 
tilling apparatus. No. 1,418,691 ; June 6. 
Andersen, Alfred R., Rock Springs, Wyo. Antiskidding 

device. No. 1,415,289 ; May 9. 
Andersen, Anders P.. Providence, R. I. Automobile radi- 
ator. No. 1,408,060 ; Feb. 28. 
Andersen, Anders P., Providence, R. I. Automobile radi- 
ator. Nc 1,425,933; Aug. 15. 
Andersen, Chris F., et al. (See Keller, John F., assignor.) 
Andersen, Christian F., and J. R. Mitchell. Jacksonville, 

111. Dirigible auto headlight. No. 1,428,353 ; Sept. 5. 
Andersen, Einer L., assignor of one-third to A. C. Grescn. 
Chicago, 111. Stamp-canceling mail box. No. 1,404,182 ; 
Jan. 24. 
Andersen, Joakim U. F., and Adolf F. B. Iversen. Copen- 
hagen, Denmark. Automatic starting and short-cir- 
cuiting device for asynchronous motors. No. 1,412,228 ; 
Apr. 11. 
Andersen, Offer L. K.. Struer. Denmark. Boiler-fur pre- 
ventative. No. 1.416.925 ; May 23. 
Andersen, Samuel, Eau Claire, Wis. Building block. No. 
1,413,502 ; Apr. 25. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1922. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



15 



Anderson, Adolph, West Allis, Wis. Card holder. No. 
1,423,294; July 18. 

Anderson, Adolph F., assignor to Apex Appliance Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Power-transmitting mechanism. 
No. 1,405,382 ; Feb. 7. 

Anderson, Adolph F., assignor to Apex Appliance Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Washing machine. No. 1,423,295 ; 
July 18. 

Anderson, Adolph F., assignor to Apex Appliance Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Washing machine. No. 1,432,229 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Anderson, Adolphus A., Hagerman, Tex. Tire-pressure 
meter. No. 1,427,146; Aug. 29. 

Anderson, Albert H., Hammond, Ind. Agricultural im- 
plement. No. 1,401,949 ; Jan. 3. 

Anderson, Albin E., Oakmonl. assignor of two-thirds to 
E. M. Verner and J. W. Macfarlane, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Wire-rope machine. No. 1,422.073; July 11. 

Anderson, Alexander B., and R. L. Wood, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. Frame for license-number plates. No. 1,411,257 ; 
Apr. 4. 

And»rson. Andrew, Tacoma, Wash. Screw driver. No. 
1,440,123 ; Dec. 26. 

Anderson, Andrew H. and J. H., Loverna, Saskatchewan, 
Canada. Wrench. No. 1,412,821 ; Apr. 18. 

Anderson, Andrew W., Enid, Okla. Vacuum cleaner. No. 

1.409.910 ; Mar. 21. 

Anderson, Arthur N. (See Saklatwalla, B. D., and An- 
derson.) 

Anderson, August, Independence, Kans. Eccentric lever. 
No. 1,421,136; June 27. 

Anderson. August P., assignor to Anderson-Rees Refriger- 
ating Machine Co.. Chicago, 111. Refrigerating appa- 
ratus. No. 1,439,051 ; Dec. 19. 

Anderson. Austin E., Randolph, N. Y. Milking machine. 
No. 1,432,654 ; Oct. 17. 

Anderson, Axel, St. Paul, and C. O. Wold, assignors to 
Russell Grader Manufacturing Co.. Minneapolis, Minn. 
Grader blade. No. 1,406,325 ; Feb. 14. 

Anderson, Axel G., Chicago, 111. Drilling machine. No. 
1,432.516; Oct. 17. 

Anderson, Axel H., Fairmont, W. Va. Rail-supporting ele- 
ment. No. 1,408,427 ; Mar. 7. 

Anderson, Axel J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Rotary engine. No. 
1,406,140 ; Feb. 7. 

Anderson-Barngrover Mfg. Co. (See Thompson, Albert 
R., assignor.) 

Anderson Bros. Mfg. Co. (See Anderson, Swan F., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, Carl A., North Braddock, Pa. Automatic fire 
alarm. No. .1,405,251 ; Jan. 31. 

Anderson, Carl A., San Diego, Calif. Reenforcement for 
clothes creases. No. 1,413,885 : Apr. 25. 

Anderson, Carl A., Minneapolis, Minn. Rear package car- 
rier for bicycles and the like. No. 1,417,223; May 23. 

Anderson, Carl E., Grand Haven, Mich. Forming turn- 
buckles or the like. No. 1.413,821 ; Apr. 25. 

Anderson, Carl E., East Orange, assignor to Eastern Tool 
& Manufacturing Company, BloomnVld, N. J. Slide for 
the straps of garments. No. 1,423,639 ; July 25. 

Anderson, Carl E., Stratford, assignor to The Bryant 
Electric Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Electric switch. 
No. 1,437,332 ; Nov. 28. 

Anderson, Carl F., Brookfield. and L. W. Knapp, Berwyn, 
assignors to Conlon Electric Washer Company, Cicero, 
111. Cylinder cover for washing machines. No. 

1.409.911 ; Mar. 21. 

Anderson, Carl O.. Springfield, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Thorne Brothers, Incorporated, Chicago, 

111. Power drive for cream separators. No. 1,430,716 ; 

Oct. 3. 
Anderson, Carl T., Madison, Wis. Desk. No. 1,414,247 ; 

Apr. 25. 
Anderson, Charles E., Chicago, and F. P. Perkins. Park 

Ridge, 111. Air-lift water system. No. 1,436,425 ; 

Nov. 21. 
Anderson, Charles J., and W. H. Van Dyke, Corning, N. Y. 

Combination lock. No. 1,423;384 ; July 18. 
Anderson. Charles W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hod elevator. 

No. 1.416.395; May 16. 
Anderson, Charles W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Power control 

for drive mechanism. No. 1,422,809; July 18. 
Anderson, Charles W., -Brooklyn, N. Y. Ratchet clutch for 

drive mechanism. No. 1,423,172; July 18. 
Anderson, Charles W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hoisting machine. 

No. 1,426,439; Aug. 15. 
Anderson, Chester L., and J. T. Smith. Springfield, Mass. 

Pipe wrench. No. 1.421.137; June 27. 
Anderson, Chris A., Watertown, S. Dak. Gauge-glass 

guard. No. 1.434,645 ; Nov. 7. 
Anderson, Clark T. (See Hartman, F. O., and Anderson ) 
Anderson Company, The. (See Hoffman, Roscoe C, as 

signor.) 

Anderson, Duncan M., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Making 

prepared food. No. 1,415,137 : May 9. 
Anderson, E. D., Inc. (See Anderson, E. D., and Beck- 

mann, assignors.) 

Anderson, E. D., Inc. (See Anderson, Ernest D., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson. E. D., Inc. (See Beckmann, Carl, assignor.) 
Anderson. E. D., Inc. (See Elder, Earl B., assignor.) 
Anderson, Edgar. (See Wege, P. M., and Anderson.) 



Anderson, Edward M., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to An- 
derson & Prigge, Inc., New York, N. Y. Binder. No. 
1,436,073 ; Nov. 21. 

Anderson, Edward S., Mabel, Minn. Road drag. No. 
1,420,605 ; June 20. 

Anderson, Elder E., Minneapolis, Minn. Spring wheel. 
No. 1,433,592; Oct. 31. 

Anderson Electric & Equipment Company. (See Anderson, 
Ernst G. K., assignor.) 

Anderson, Elinu M., Kansas City, Kans. Pump drain. 
No. 1,402,826 ; Jan. 10. 

Anderson, Elmer J., Prophetstown, 111. Governor. No. 
1.402,994 ; Jan. 10. 

Anderson, Emil C. (See Petersen, Ernest H., assienor.l 

Anderson, Emil, assignor to Multiplex Tool Company, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Machine tool. No. 1,408,428 ; Mar. 7. 

Anderson, Emil, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to The Univer- 
sal Turbine Company, Newark, N. J. Condenser pump. 
No. 1,415.975; May 16. 

Anderson, Emil E. W., Stockholm, Sweden. Gas meter. 
No. 1,421,138 ; June 27. 

Anderson, Ernest D., Long Beach, assignor to E. D. An- 
derson, Inc., New York, N. Y. Means for wrapping 
and packing articles. No. 1,417,591 ; May 30. 

Anderson. Ernest D., and C. Beckman, assignors to E. 

D. Anderson Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Machine 
for packing goods. No. 1,412,226 ; Apr. 11. 

Anderson, Ernest D., and C. Beckman, assignors to E. D. 

Anderson, Inc., New York, N. Y. Packaging machine. 

No. 1.412 227; Apr. 11. 
Anderson, Ernest D., and C. Beckmann, assignors to E. D. 

Anderson, Inc., New York, N. Y. Labeling machine. 

No. 1,439,052; Dec. 19. 
Anderson, Finest D.. and Carl Beckmann, assignors to 

E. D. Anderson, Inc., New York, N. Y. Packaging 
machine. No. 1,409,211 ; Mar. 14. 

Anderson, Ernst G. K., assignor to Anderson Electric & 
Equipment Company, Chicago, 111. Electric switch. 
No. 1,403.222 ; Jan. 10. 

Anderson, Ernst G. K., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Appleton Electric Co., Chicago, 111. Spot lamp. (Re- 
issue.) No. 15,437 ; Aug. 29. 

Anderson, Ernst G. K, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Appleton Electric Co., Chicago, 111. Reel structure 
for extension cords. No. 1,431,083 ; Oct. 3. 

Anderson. Evald, assignor to International Precipitation 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Method and apparatus 
for electrical precipitation of suspended particles from 
gases. No. 1,409,901 ; Mar. 21. 

Anderson Foundry and Machine Company. (See Latshaw, 
Leonard J., assignor.) 

Anderson. Frank B., Cleveland, Ohio. Filler. No 
1.403.369; Jan. 10. 

Anderson, Frank C.. Cincinnati, Ohio. Switch stand. No. 
1,407,454 ; Feb. 21. 

Anderson, .Frank C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Switch stand. 
No. 1,413.152; Apr. 18. 

Anderson, Frank C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Switch-rail guard. 
No. 1.414.767; May 2. 

Anderson, Frank C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Switch stand. No. 
1,427.082; Aug. 29. 

Anderson, Frank C, Portland, Me. Securing device. No. 
1.426.945 : Aug. 22. 

Anderson, Frank P., assignor of one-half to G. C. Urlin, 
Columbus, Ohio. Metal casement window and metal 
weather strip therefor. No. 1,429,915 ; Sept. 26 . 

Anderson, Fred J., Triumph, Minn. Tractor guide. No 
1,419,909 ; June 20. 

Anderson, Fred L., Kansas City, Mo. Burglar alarm. No. 
1,408,920; Mar. 7. 

Anderson, Fred S., Richmond, Ind. Automatic sprinkler 
system. No. 1,404,827 ; Jan. 31. 

Anderson, Frederick P. (See Hay ward, G. W., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Fritz A. (See Burdick, F. F., and Anderson ) 
Anderson, Fritz A., New York, N. Y. Screw driver No 

1,404,562 ; Jan. 24. 
Anderson, Fritz A., Milton, Wis., assignor to Burdick 

Cabmet Company. Adjustable casing for therapeutic 

application of light. No. 1,411,074 ; Mar. 28. 
Anderson, Fritz A., Milton, Wis., assignor to Burdick 

Cabinet Company. Water and air cooled lamp structure. 

No. 1.435,192; Nov. 14. 
Anderson, Fritz A., Milton, Wis., assignor to Burdick 

Cabinet Company. Water-cooled lamp. No. 1,435,193 • 

Nov. 14. 

Anderson, George A. (See Pierce, R. H„ and Anderson.) 
Anderson. George M., Akron, Ohio. Cistern. No. 

1.435,097 ; Nov. 7. 
Anderson, George W. (See Anderson, Walter E. and 

G. W.) 

An i d 5o R rJ > Hi , G « s p., Miami, Ariz. Animal trap. No. 

1,429,011 ; Sept. 12. 
Anderson, Gustaf A., Baltimore, Md„ assignor to The T 

IT. Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car truck. 

No. 1,414,915 : May 2. 
Anderson, Gustaf A.. Baltimore, Md., assignor to The T 

II. Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car truck. 

No. 1,414.916; May 2. 
Anderson, Gustaf A., Baltimore, Md„ assignor to The T 

H. Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car truck. 

No. 1,414,917 ; May 2. 



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Anderson, Gustaf A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The T. 
II. Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car truck. 
No. 1,414,918; May 2. 
Anderson, Gustaf A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The T. 
H. Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car truck. 
No. 1,414,919 ; May 2. 

Anderson, Gustaf A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The T. 
H. Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car truck. 
No. 1,414,920 ; May 2. 

Anderson, Gustaf A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The T. 
H. Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car truck. 
No. 1,414,921 ; May 2. 

Anderson, Gustaf A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The T. 
H. Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car truck. 
No. 1,414,922 ; May 2. 

Anderson, Gustaf A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The T. 
H. Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car truck. 
No. 1,414,923 ; May 2. 

Anderson, Gustaf A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The T. 
H. Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car truck. 
No. 1,414,924 ; May 2. 

Anderson, Gustaf A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The T. 
H. Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Car truck. 
No. 1,414,925 ; May 2. 

Anderson, Gustaf A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The 
T. H. Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Truck 
side frame. No. 1,422,074 ; July 11. 

Anderson, Gustave F., assignor to Paragon Can & Cap Com- 
pany, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cap-feeding device for 
threading machines. No. 1,423,173 ; July 18. 

Anderson, Hans, Oakland, Calif. Single-blade plane. No. 
1,414,974 ; May 2. 

Anderson, Harley E., Chicago, 111. Brake and clutch con- 
trol mechanism for self-propelled vehicles. No. 
1,433,771 ; Oct. 31. 

Anderson, Harry T., Butler, assignor to Standard Steel 
Car Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Car-door mechanism. 
No. 1,402,995 ; Jan. 10. 

Anderson, Harry T., Butler, Pa., assignor to Harry 
Vissering & Company, Chicago, 111. ■ Manufacture of 
railway draft-gear yokes. No. 1,417,480 ; May 30. 

Anderson, Harry T., Butler, Pa., assignor to Harry Visser- 
ing & Company, Chicago, 111. Manufacture of railway 
draft-gear yokes. No. 1,419,346 ; June 13. 

Anderson, Harry T., Butler, assignor to Standard Steel 
Car Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Ratchet device. No. 
1,428,824; Sept. 12. 

Anderson, Harry T., assignor of one-half to S. Hansson, 
Butler, Pa. Connecting bar. No. 1,436,074 ; Nov. 21. 

Anderson, Hector G. S. (See Tisdale, G. H., Anderson, 
and Thornhill.) 

Anderson, Helnaer. (See Zesbaugh, L. G., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Henry C, assignor to Reliance Elevator Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Elevator. No. 1,413,886 ; Apr. 25. 

Anderson, Henry G., Inwood, Iowa. Collar saddle. No. 
1,426,533 ; Aug. 22. 

Anderson, Herman A., Long Beach, Calif. Liquid-fuel 
meter. No. 1,412.203 ; Apr. 11. 

Anderson, Herman A., Pittsburgh, and H. R. Smith, Wil- 
kinsburg, assignors to The Union Switch & Signal Com- 
pany, Swissvale, Pa. Impedance bond. No. 1,439,680 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Anderson, Hiram C, New York, N. Y. Resilient wheel. 
No. 1,425,623 ; Aug. 15. 

Anderson, Isaac, . Oakland, Calif. Candy-dipping device. 
No. 1,428,872; Sept. 12. 

Anderson, Isaa'c, Oakland, Calif. Dipping device. No. 
1,436,560; Nov. 21. 

Anderson, Ivan, East Elmhurst, N. Y. Liquid-level 
gauge. No. 1,421,365 ; July 4. 

Anderson, James, Paris, France. Device for transform- 
ing ice Into snow. No. 1,428,829 ; Sept. 12. 

Anderson, James A., Morgan, Utah. Charging and dis- 
charging device. No. 1,408,430 ; Mar. 7. 

Anderson, James A., Morgan, and J. L. Anderson, Salt 
Lake City, Utah ; said J. L. Anderson assignor to said 
J. A. Anderson. Sterilizer. No. 1,408,429 ; Mar. 7. 

Anderson, James B. (See Garner, J. B., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, James B., Portland, Oreg. Aeroplane-braking 
device. No. 1,420,509 ; June 20. 

Anderson, James B., Portland, Oreg. Hydroaeroplane. 
No. 1,420,606 ; June 20. 

Anderson, James B., assignor to Pumpless Blow Torch 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Plumber's furnace. No. 
1,438,678 ; Dec. 12. 

Anderson, James C, East Orange, N. J., assignor to Var- 
ley Duplex Magnet Company. Winding machine. No. 
1,427,509; Aug. 29. 

Anderson, James D. and W. R., Detroit, Mich. Ladder. 
No. 1,436,138; Nov. 21. 

Anderson, James L., Bayonne, N. J., assignor to Davis- 
BoUrnonville Company, New York, N. Y. Welding. No. 
1,402,996; Jan. 10. 

Anderson, James L., Bayonne, N. J., assignor to Davis- 
Bournonville Company, New York, N. Y. Welding. No. 
1,402,997 ; Jan. 10. 

Anderson, James L., Bayonne, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Air Reduction Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Wire-feeding device. No. 1,431,916 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Anderson, James L., Bayonne, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Air Reduction Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y Autogenous welder. No. 1,438.285 ; 
Dec. 12. 



Anderson, Jennie C, et al. (See Weeden, Arthur W., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, John. (See Atack, F. W., and Anderson.) . 

Anderson, John A., et al. (See Engelbrekt, Gustaf, as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, John A., Boston, Mass. Timer. No. 1,420,012 ; 
June 20. 

Anderson, John A., Geneseo, 111. Attachment for bearings. 
No. 1,428.513 ; Sept. 12. 

Anderson, John E., jamestown, N. Dak. Grinding ma- 
chine. No. 1,409,641 ; Mar. 14. 

Anderson, John F., Oakland, Calif. Exhaust box. No. 
1,417,224; May 23. 

Anderson, John F., Oakland. Calif. Exhausting food con- 
tainers. No. 1,429,392; Sept. 19. 

Anderson, John F., Oakland, Calif. Canning machine. 
No. 1,434,580 ; Nov. 7. 

Anderson, John F., Jr., and J. C. Masters, Indianapolis, 
Ind. Combination drill and tap. No. 1,408,793 ; Mar. 7. 

Anderson, John H. (See Anderson, Andrew H. and J. H.) 

Anderson, John H., St. Paul, Minn. Wagon tongue. No. 
1,424,064 ; July 25. 

Anderson, John L. (See Anderson, James A. and J. L.) 

Anderson, John L., Ogden, Utah. Nesting camp heater. 
No. 1,419,600 ; June 13. 

Anderson, John M., Sweet Springs, Mo. Drum for stoves 
and heaters. No. 1,436,849 ; Nov. 28. 

Anderson, John M. S., assignor to The General Machine 
and Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Bottle 
stopper. No. 1,421,118; June 27. 

Anderson, John P., assignor to Scotts Shipbuilding & En- 
gineering Company Limited, Greenock, Scotland. Cut- 
out gear for steam turbines. No. 1,435,683 ; Nov. 14. 

Anderson, John S., Canby, Minn. Hose clamp. No. 
1,435,684; Nov. 14. 

Anderson, John W., South Bend, Ind. Timer display and 
demonstrating stand. No. 1,411,768 ; Apr. 4. 

Anderson, Julius P., assignor of one-half to H. Lagerquist, 
Des Moines, Iowa. Surfacing machine. No. 1,409,512 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Anderson, Lauritz W., Waterbury, Conn., Shade holder. 
No. 1,417,481 ; May 30. 

Anderson, Magnus C, assignor to Lee Trailer & Body Co... 
Chicago, 111. Rear-dump vehicle. No. 1,402,730 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Anderson, Mike E., Clarksville, Ark. Photographic-tray 
rocker. No. 1,416.396 ; May 16. 

Anderson, Nels, Flint, Mich. Boring machine. No. 
1,429,916 ; Sept. 26. 

Anderson, Nels B., and J. A. Berg, Astoria, Oreg., as- 
signors of one-half to Seattle-Astoria Iron Works, 
Seattle, Wash. Can Salter. No. 1,416.156; May 16. 

Anderson, Nelson F., Los Angeles, Calif. Machine for 
making door butt mortises. No. 1,430,874 ; Oct.. 3. 

Anderson, Nils H/, Trumbull, Conn. Sensitive spindle 
bearing. No. 1,429,393; Sept. 19. 

Anderson, Olaf A., Hamilton, Ohio. Door latch. No. 
1.426,445 ; Aug. 22. 

Anderson, Otto, and F. W. Salsbury, Pawtucket, R. I. 
Windshield cleaner for automobiles. No. 1,419,601 ; 
June 13. 

Anderson, Per A., New York, N. Y. Brake. No. 1,427,084 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Anderson, Per M., Hartford, Conn. Work holder. No. 
1,415,855; May 16. 

Anderson, Peter A., and M. T. Peck, Chicago, 111. ' Hair 
waver. No. 1,439,498; Dec. 3 9. 

Anderson, Peter F., assignor of one-half to P. S. Lound, 
Prentice. Wis. Wrench. No. 1,421,366 ; July 4. 

Anderson, Ralph, assignor of one-half to H. D. Rominger. 
Fresno, Calif. Oiling system for gasoline engines. No. 
1,427,768 ; Sept. 5. „ , „ „ 

Anderson, Raymond M., assignor to G. M. Holley, De- 
troit, Mich. Fluid valve, thermostatically controlled. 
No. 1.413.212 ; Apr. 18. 

Anderson, Raymond M., assignor to Packard Motor Car 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. No. 1,439,857 ; 
De e- 26.' „ . , 

Anderson-Rees Refrigerating Machine Co. (See Aaflatson, 
August P., assignor.) 

Anderson. Rexford O., Houston, Tex. Heating apparatus. 
No. 1,439,988 ; Dec. 26. 

Anderson, Richard, Deane Bolton, and J. C. Blackhurst, 
Chorley, England. Machine for beaming yarns. No. 
1,437,703 ; Dec. 5. 

Anderson, Richard B. (See Robinson, Sarah, assignor.) 

Anderson, Robert A., Caldwell, assignor to Gamon Meter 
Company, Newark, N. J. Water meter. No. 1,411,258 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Anderson, Robert D. H., New York, N. Y. Collapsible 
stand. No. 1,424,271 ; Aug. 1. 

Anderson, Robert H., Ambler, Pa., assignor to Asbestos 
Shingle, Slate & Sheathing Company. Fiber cement com- 
position and method and apparatus for forming same. 
No. 1,408,241 ; Feb. 28. 

Anderson, Robert J., Sidney, Ohio. Pivoted wringer 
structure for washing machines. No. 1.417,056 ; May 30. 

Anderson, Robert J., El Paso, Tex., assignor to Interna- 
tional Fuel Conservation Co., Phoenix, Ariz. Combus- 
tion process. No. 1,433,059 ; Oct. 24. 

Anderson, Roy H., assignor of one-half to H. G. Hastings, 
Allentown, and A. H. Elliott, Philadelphia, Pa. Shoe 
protector. No. 1,403,474 ; Jan. 17. 



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Anderson, Roy II., assignor of one-half to H. G. Hastings, 
Allcntown, and A. H, Elliott, Philadelphia, Pa. Toe 
protector. No. 1,420,302 ; June 20. 

Anderson. Rual P., Gore, Va. Fuel attachment. No. 
1,403,998 ; Jan. 17. 

Anderson, Samuel R., and L. P. Campbell, Hardin, 111. 
Fabric dispensing and measuring machine. No. 
1,420,607 ; June 20. 

Anderson, Swan F., assignor to Anderson Bros. Mfg. Co., 
Rockford, 111. Surface-spotting tool. No. 1,437,035 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Anderson, Thore W., Arlington, Mass. Sanitary milk- 
bottle cover. No. 1,409,812; Mar. 14. 

Anderson, Thore W., Arlington, Mass. Thumb tack. 
No. 1,409,S13 ; Mar. 14. 

Anderson. Ulrich, Wausau, Wis. Cushion tire and rim 
therefor. No. 1,421,755 ; July 4. 

Anderson, Vincent G., Kenosha, Wis., assignor to F. C. 
Austin, Chicago, 111. Walking-motion propelling ap- 
paratus. No. 1,429.551 ; Sept. 19. 

Anderson, Vincent G., Pitt,' Minn., assignor to F. C. Aus- 
tin, Chicago, 111. Excavator or other supporting means. 
No. 1,431.864 ; Oct. 10. 

Anderson, Walter E. and G, W., Idaho Falls, Idaho. Valve- 
operating mechanism. No. 1,435,951 ; Nov. 21. 

Anderson, Walter. H., London, England. Carburetor for 
internal-combustion engines. No. 1.415,423 ; May 9. 

Anderson, Wilfred. (See Butler, H. and H., Hayhurst, and 
Alderson.) 

Anderson, Will C, Corona, Calif. Aligning clip for gas- 
kets and the like. No. 1,435,887 ; Nov. 14.. 

Anderson, William, Newark, N. J. Door lock and apply- 
ing the same. No. 1.423.S25 ; July 25. 

Anderson, William B., assignor to Haggard & Marcusson 
Co., Chicago, 111. Bed. No. 1,437,213 ; Nov. 28. 

Anderson. William J., Caulfield, near Melbourne, Victoria, 
Australia. Automatic electric brooder. No. 1,402,335 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Anderson, William J., Caulfield, near Melbourne, Victoria, 
Australia. Automatic electric incubator. No. 1,406,164 ; 
Feb. 14. 

Anderson, William J., Hyde, England. Hat shield or pad. 
No. 1,421,139 ; June 27. 

Anderson, William J., Hyde, England. Showcard, calendar 
and the like. No. 1,421,367 ; July 4. 

Anderson, AYilliam J.. Hyde, England. Display stand. No. 
1,433,97S; Oct. 31. 

Anderson, William M., Minneapolis, Minn. Caster cup. 
No. 1.402.998; Jan. 10. 

Anderson, William R. (See Anderson, James D. and 
W. R.) 

Anderson, William T., Cleveland, Ohio. Safe for tired 
wheel rims. No. 1.406,601 ; Feb. 14. 

Anderson, William T., Cleveland, Ohio. Safe for tired 
wheel rims. No. 1,406,805 ; Feb. 14. 

Anderson & Prigge, Inc. (See Anderson, Edward M., as- 
signor.) 

Andersson, John A. J., Laholm, Sweden. Sheet-metal roof. 
No. 1,433,333 ; Oct. 24. 

Anderton, Herbert F. (See Bailey, G., and Robertshaw, 
assignors.) 

Anderton, Kobert C, assignor of one-half to G. H. Pippy, 
San Francisco, Calif. Lock for explosion engines. No. 
1,410,443 ; Mar. 21. 

Andes, Eugene B., Lancaster, Pa. Firearm. No. 1,415,976 ; 
May 16. 

Andes, Eugene B., Lancaster, Pa. Toy firearm. No. 
1.437,879; Dec. 5. 

Andes, Eugene B., Lancaster, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to J. J. Edmiston, Columbus, Ohio. Toy. 
No. 1,430,875 ; Oct. 3. 

Andlauer, Albert P. (See Becker, F. A., and Andlauer.) 

Andreae, Edward F., Newark, N. J., assignor to General 
Lead Batteries Company. Storage-battery terminal. 
No. 1,420,675; June 27. 

Andreason, Christian. Sacramento, Calif. Vehicle bumper. 
No. 1,412,820; Apr. 18. 

Andreau, Roland L., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
and Company, Wilmington, Del. Making acetyl iso- 
borneol. No. 1,420.399 ; June 20. 

Andree, William E., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Ameri- 
can Laundry Machinery Company. Norwood. Ohio. 
Locking and release treadle mechanism for garment 
presses, rjo. 1.403,820; .Tan. 17. 

Andren, Birger T., assignor to A. O. Smith Corporation, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Movable platform for positioning spe- 
cial machines and tools. No. 1,408,156 : Feb. 28. 

Andres. Frank M. (See Crisenberry, B. F., and Andres.) 

Andres. George S., Chicago, 111. Cylinder construction. 
No. 1,413.372 ; Apr. 18. 

Andresen, Hilmar A., Erie, Pa. Electromagneto machine. 
No. 1,406,806; Feb. 14. 

Andresen, Jacob, Minneapolis, Minn. Electrically-illumi- 
nated fireproof Christmas wreath. No. 1,436,003 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Andresen, Julius C, assignor to California Barrel Com- 
pany, San Francisco, Calif. Cover fastener for ship- 
ping pails. No. 1,425,311 ; Aug. 8. 

Andrew. Frederick W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lock. No 
1,438,164; Dec. 12. 

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Andrew, Frederick W., assignor to Eisemann Magneto Cor- 
poration, Brooklyn, N. Y. Oscillating magneto. No. 
1,416,670 ; May 23. 

Andrew, Frederick W., assignor to Eisemann Magneto 
Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Telephone receiver of the 

. watchcase type. No. 1,439,785 ; Dec. 26. 

Andrew, Thomas, Rochdale, England, assignor to No. 2 
D. R. Cotton Mills, Limited, Regent's Park, county of 
London, England. Treatment of canvas and similar 
woven fabrics. No. 1,425,934 ; Aug. 15. 

Andrew, William, Cincinnati, Ohio. Apparatus for pro- 
ducing fluted columns of sheet metal. No. 1,420,608 ; 
June 20. 

Andrew, William K., Milwaukee, Wis. Governor. No. 
1,405,178; Jan. 31. 

Andrews, Charles G., Denver, Colo. Air and steam bag for 
vulcanizers. No. 1,428,201 ; Sept. 5. 

Andrews Crane Corporation. (See Andrews, Donald S., 
assignor.) 

Andrews, Donald S., assignor to Andrews Crane Corpora- 
tion, Cleveland, Ohio. Hoisting and conveying machine. 
No. 1,417,013 ; May 23. 

Andrews, Donald S., assignor to Andrews Crane Corpora- 
tion, Cleveland, Ohio. Hoisting and conveying device. 
No. 1,417,014 ; May 23. 

Andrews, Donald S., assignor to Andrews Crane Corpora- 
tion, Cleveland, Ohio. Hoisting and conveying device. 
No. 1,417,015; May 23. 

Andrews, Donald S., assignor to Andrews Crane Corpo- 
ration, Cleveland, Ohio. Hoisting and conveying device. 
No. 1,429,012 ; Sept. 12. 

Andrews, Ewart S., Beckenham, England. Vaporizer for 
liquefied gases. No. 1,417,292 ; May 23. 

Andrews, Frank W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Superior Refrigerating Company, Wapakoneta, 
Ohio. Refrigerating apparatus. No. 1,419,097 ; June 6. 

Andrews, Jarvis M. (See Troland, L. T., Ball, and An- 
drews.) 

Andrews, Jesse W. (See Evans, H. L., and Andrews.) 

Andrews, Jesse W., and H. L. Evans, Newport, R. L, as- 
signors to Cartoning Machinery Corporation, Newark, 
N. J. Carton-filling machine. No. 1,439,536; Dec. 19. 

Andrews. Josiah S., Buffalo, N. Y. Vehicle jack. No. 
1,428,519 ; Sept. 5. 

Andrews, Louis A., Newton Upper Falls, Mass. Pump, 
No. 1,431,355 ; Oct. 10. ' 

Andrews, Paul I., Kennebunk, Me. Box holder for berry 
pickers. No. 1,406,326 ; Feb. 14. 

Andrews, Paul I., Kennebunk, Me. Antifriction attach- 
ment for greenhouse benches. No. 1,419,484; June 13. 

Andrews, Stephen, New York, N. Y. Armor for tires. No. 
1,428,467 ; Sept. 5. 

Andrews, William A., Detroit, Mich. Electric liquid 
heater. No. 1,405,475 ; Feb. 7. 

Andrick, Wallace P., Hohokus, and J. F. Dahl, East 
Orange, N. J., assignors to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone-exchange 
system. No. 1,415,853 ; May 16. 

Andrioli, Vittorio, New York, N. Y. Boiler circulating 
device. No. 1,403,534; Jan. 17. 

Andrioli, Vittorio, Schenectady, N. Y. Stay rod. No. 
1,412,502; Apr. 11. 

Andrist, Loren, W. R., Mankato, Minn. Camping attach- 
ment for motor vehicles. No. 1,426,031 ; Aug. 15. 

Andrusyszyn, Fedio. (See Haniuk, Wasyl, assignor.) 

Andrusyszyn, Frank, Revloc, Pa. Car-seat construction. 
No. 1,423,508 ; July 25. 

Andrusyszyn, Frank, assignor of one-fourth to W. Klymko, 
Nanty Glo, and one-fourth to A. Senczak, Revloc, Pa. 
Sliding-door lock. No. 1,423.509 ; July 25. 

Anduaga, Simon, jr., and J. Luevano, Mexico. Mexico. 
Life-saving apparatus for elevators and cages. No. 
1,440,049; Dec. 26. 

Anelli, Joseph. (See Polo. A., and Anelli.) 

Angel, Edmond C, Chattanooga, Tenn. Gaseous-fuel 
mixer. No. 1,419,710 ; June 13. 

Angel, Erik G. R., Trollhattan, Sweden. Cooling liquids. 
No. 1,435,142 ; Nov. 14. 

Angel, Herbert, Brooklyn, assignor to The Western Union 
Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. Cable telegraphy. 
No. 1,431,865 ; Oct. 10. 

Angeletti, Joseph M., New York, N. Y. Tire trimmer. 
No. 1,424,433. Aug. 1. 

Angell, Emmett D., Milwaukee, Wis. Support. No. 
1.420.676; June 27. 

Angell, Fred P., Battle Creek, Mich. Dual valve for hy- 
drants. No. 1,411,259 ; Apr. 4. 

Angell, Frederick H. (See Simpson, Robert D., assignor.) 

Angell, S. Alice, executrix. (See Simpson, Robert D., 
assignor.) 

Angelo, Alan, Atlantic City, N. J. Deflecting device for 
automobile lamps. No. 1,417,128 ; May 23. 

Angerer, Victor, Ridley Park, assignor to William Whar- 
ton, Jr., & Co., Incorporated, Easton, Pa. Spring box. 
No. 1,411,826 ; Apr. 4. 

Angerer, Victor, Ridley Park, assignor to William Whar- 
ton, Jr., & Co., Incorporated, Easton, Pa. Integral 
guard rail. No. 1,411,827 ; Apr. 4. 

Angerer, Victor, Ridley Park, assignor to William Whar- 
ton, Jr., and Company, Incorporated, Easton, Pa. In- 
tegral guard rail. No. 1,421,342; June 27. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Angerer, Victor, Ridley Park, assignor to William Whar- 
ton, jr., & Company, Incorporated, Easton, Pa. Rail- 
way crossing. No. 1,428,514 ; Sept. 12. 

Angers, Alfred, Black Lake, Quebec, Canada. Asbestos- 
fiber separator. No. 1,419,437 ; June 13. 

Angier, Edward H. (See Harrison, Mary R., assignor.). 

Angler, Edward H. (See Wheildon, William M., assignor.) 
Angier, Edward H., Framingbam, Mass. Package. No. 
1,432,010; Oct. 17. 

Angier, Edward H., Pramingham, and W. M. Wheildon, 
Ashland, Mass. ; said Wheildon assignor to said Angier. 
Wrapping machine. No. 1,432,009 ; Oct. 17. 

Angier, Edward H., Framingham, and W. M. Wheildon, 
Ashland, Mass. ; said Wheildon assignor to said Angier. 
Cartridge belt. No. 1,436,227 ; Nov. 21. 

Anglada, Joseph A., Jenkintown, Pa., assignor of one-half 
to C. S. Akley, New York, N. Y. Electric lifting jack. 
No. 1,414,683; May 2. 

Anglada, Joseph A., Jenkintown, Pa., assignor of one-half 
to C. S. Akley, New York, N. Y. Pneumatic lifting jack. 
No. 1.414,718; May 2. 
Anglemeyer, Clayton O., and F. E. Perlberg, Racine, Wis. 
Excavator plow point. No. 1,424,750 ; Aug 8. 

Anglemyer, Ray E., Clarendon, Va. Footboard attach- 
ment for automobiles. No. 1,431,084 ; Oct. 3. 

Anglemyer, Williard A., Indianapolis, Ind. Shock snub- 
ber. No. 1,405,813 ; Feb. 7. 

Angsten, Henry W., Chicago, 111. Wheel construction. No. 
1,433,522; Oct. 31. 

Angstrom, Carl J., assignor of one-half to S. Diescher & 
Sons, Pittsburgh, Pa. Opening sheet-metal packs. No. 
1,420,359 ; June 20. 

Angstrom, Hilding K., MalmO, Sweden. Roller or ball 
bearing for electrically-driven vehicles and the like. 
No. 1,406,807 ;. Feb. 14. 

Angstrom, Hilding K., Malmo, Sweden. Device for trans- 
mitting electric current between rotating and non-ro- 
tating members. No. 1,433,331 ; Oct. 24. 

Angus, Arthur R., Brighton, England. Electric control 
of railway trains or vehicles. No. 1,414,999; May 2. 

Angus, Arthur R., Minehead', England. Railway safe- 
running device. No. 1,415,214 ; May 9. 

Angus, Arthur R., Minehead, England. Railway safe-run- 
ning device. No. 1,417,016; May 23. 

Angus, Donald J., Indianapolis, Ind. Current transformer. 
No. 1,415,505; May 9. 

Angus, Donald J., Indianapolis, Ind. Volt-ampere meter. 
(Reissue.) No. 15,370; June 6. 

Angus, Donald J., Indianapolis, Ind. Movable element for 
meters. No. 1,425,229 ; Aug. 8. 

Angus, Donald J., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to The 
Crown Cork and Seal Company of Baltimore City. Ap- 
paratus for moving articles of magnetic material. No. 
1,406,963 ; Feb. 21. 

Angus, Harry H., assignor to The Atlas Engineering & 
Machine Company, Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 
Accelerating pump for water - heating systems. No. 
1,430,141 ; Sept. 26. 

Angus, John P., Tonawanda, N. Y. Automatic train- 
control device. No. 1,423,385 ; July 18. 

Angus, Matthew. (See Denton, F. G. and Angus.) 

Anholzer, Edward F., Appleton, Wis. Bake tin. No. 
1,406,522 ; Feb. 14. 

Anhydrous Food Products Company. (See Beckworth, 
O. Q,, and Hobson. assignors.) 

Ankarberg, Malkus O., Fort Clark. N. Dak. Lathe for 
truing commutators. No. 1,403,370 ; Jan. 10. 

Ankener, Henry E., and L. A. Demarco, Baltimore, Md. 
Game. No. 1,405,705 ; Feb. 7. 

Ankeny, Roy H., Morgantown, W. Va. Flushing cuspidor. 
No. 1,424,272 ; Aug. 1. 

Annand, Robert C, London, England. Flat-bed printing 
machine. No. 1,437,461 ; Dec. 5. 

Annen, James E., assignor to National Paper Can Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. Machine for inserting end 
closures in can bodies. No. 1,433,251 ; Oct. 24. 

Annert, August W., Jersey City, N. J. Plumber's soil. 
No. 1,439,596; Dec. 19. 

Anninger, Mario, Trieste, Italy. Gas meter. No. 
1,421,140 ; June 27. 

Annis, Ainley. (See Heath, D. B., and Annis.) 

Annis, Burleigh F., Chattanooga, Tenn. Damper. No. 
1,419,438 ; June 13. 

Anniston Electric Steel Corporation. (See Coleman, Wil- 
liam R., assignor.) 

Anover, Felix, Manila, Philippine Islands. Pocketknife. 
No. 1.403.281 ; Jan. 10. 

Ansbaugh, Isaac T. (See Lantz, J. L., Ansbaugh, and 
Loutzenhiser. ) 

Anschutz & Co. (See Anschiitz-Kaempfe, Hermann, as- 
signor.) 

Anschiitz-Kaempfe, Hermann, assignor to Anschutz & Co., 
Neumiihlen, near Kiel, Germany. Boring device and 
production of vertical boreholes. No. 1,411,896; Apr. 4. 

Anselm, Charles, New York, N. Y. Heater for bottles 
and the like. No. 1,434,472 ; Nov. 7. 

Anselm, William B., Norfolk, Va. Folding chair. No. 
1,426,140; Aug. 15. 

Ansingh, Herman K., Murraysville, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Switch 
latch. No. 1.433,692 ; Oct. 31. 

Ansonia Clock Co. (See Treganza, Howard J., assignor.) 



Ansonia O & C Co., The. (See Morton, Frederic C, as- 
signor.) 

Anstett, Frank, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Saxophone. No. 
1,440,124 ; Dec. 26. 

Anstice, Josiah, & Company. (See Pickering, Theodore 
H., assignor.) 

Anstiss, George P., assignor to G. S. Blakeslee & Co., 
Chicago, 111. Washing machine. No. 1,415,506 ; May 9. 

Anston, George, Shreveport, La. Respiratory apparatus. 
No. 1,406,141 ; Feb. 7. 

Anston, George, and G. P. Petropulos, Chicago, 111. Cof- 
fee-making apparatus. No. 1,408,963 ; Mar. 7. 

Antaramian, Hrant G., Kenosha, Wis. Striping machine. 
No. 1,425,312; Aug. 8. 

Antaramian, Hrant G., Kenosha, Wis. Ornamenting 
process and apparatus. No. 1,431,917 ; Oct. 17. 

Antholz, Henry W., McDonald, Kans. Mail carrier. No 
1,404,679 ; Jan. 24. 

Anthon, George C, New York, N. Y., assignor to Stanley 
Insulating Company, Great Barrington, Mass. Heat- 
insulated receptacle. No. 1,426,446 ; Aug. 22. 

Anthony, Arthur, Ethingshall, near Wolverhampton, Eng- 
land. Fastener for driving belts of motor cycles and 
other vehicles. No. 1,402,560 ; Jan. 3. 

Anthony, Carl H., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The Jeffrey 
Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Sprocket 
wheel. No. 1,433,923 ; Oct. 31. 

Anthony Company. (See Anthony, W. C, and Heinemann, 
assignors.) 

Anthony Company. (See Anthony, William C, assignor.) 

Anthony Company. (See Stevenson, W. W., and Bathgate 
assignors.) 

Anthony, David S., Lamoni, Iowa, assignor of one-half to 
E. Hooper, San Antonio, Tex. Piston ring. No. 
1,410,727 ; Mar. 28. 

Anthony, Elliott E., Chicago, 111. Tool grinder. No. 
1,407,455; Feb. 21. 

Anthony, George H., Sykesville, Pa. Dirigible headlamp. 
No. 1,412,911; Apr. 18. 

Anthony, George H., Sykesville. Pa. Dirigible head- 
light for locomotives. No. 1,421,368 ; July 4. 

Anthony, Harold G.. Chicago, 111. Combination floor and 
platform truck. No. 1,414.163 ; Apr. 25. 

Anthony, Herman R. C, Madison, Wis. Automobile ven- 
tilator. No. 1,408,431 ; Mar. 7. 

Anthony, James T., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Arch Company, New York, N. Y. Locomotive fire 
box. No. 1,402,132 ; Jan. 3. 

Anthony, Marcus O., New York, N. Y., assignor to M. C. 
Rosenfeld, Cleveland, Ohio. No. 1,402,468 ; Jan. 3. 

Anthony, Marcus O., New York, N. Y., assignor to M. C. 
Rosenfeld, Cleveland, Ohio. Grinding mill. No. 
1,425,161 ; Aug. 8. 

Anthony, Marcus O., assignor to A. Kimball Company, 
New York, N. Y. Packaging machine. No. 1,412,098 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Anthony, Marcus O., New York, N. Y., assignor to H. S. 

Sampliner, Cleveland, Ohio. Weaving frame. No. 

1,427,769 ; Sept. 5. 
Anthony, Stanley, Boston, Mass. Index. No. 1,419,194 ; 

June 13. 
Anthony, Thomas P., Edgewater Park, assignor to United 

States Cast Iron Pipe & Foundry Company. Burlington, 

N. J. Molding apparatus. No. 1,425,230 ; Aug. 8. 
Anthony, William C., assignor to Anthony Company, 

Streator, 111. Body subdivision. No. 1,425,821 ; 

Aug. 15. 

Anthony, William C, and M. Heinemann, assignors to- 
Anthony Company, Streator, 111. Subframe construc- 
tion. No. 1,436,075 ; Nov. 21. 

Anthos, Frank H., Boston, assignor of one-eighth to 
D. G. Carzis, Cambridge, one-eighth to J. Carzis, one- 
eighth to J. G. Carzis, and one-eighth to G. Picradis, 
Lynn, Mass. Metal heel. No. 1,417,881 ; May 30. 

Anthracite Separator Company. (See Pardee, F., jr., and' 
Lyon, assignors.) 

Antofilli, Giovanni, New York, N. Y. Burglar alarm. No. 
1,420,510; June 20. 

Antoine, Alfred D., Chicago, and A. E. Gebert, Wilmette, 
111., assignors to Advance Machine Company, Chicago, 
111. Vapor burner. No. 1,415,215 ; May 9. 

Anton. Mark G. (See Jones, A. H., and Anton.) 

Antonelli, Orazio, Brooklyn, N. Y. Motion-picture appa- 
ratus. No. 1,406.808 ; Feb. 14. 

Antoni, Guido and U., Pisa, Italy. Blade propeller for 
submarine boats. No. 1.411.769 ; Apr. 4. 

Antoni, Ugo. (See Antonio, Guido and U.) 

Antonsanti, Louis. Ponce, P. R. Pump-priming apparatus 
and process. No. 1,430,611 ; Oct. 3. 

Antrim, William D.. assignor to Welsbach Company. 
Gloucester City, N. J. Gas heater. No. 1,406,523; 
Feb. 14. 

Apeldoornsche Machlnefabrieken Metaalgieterij voorheen 
Loog Landaal. (See Ferguson, George, assignor.) 

Aper, Anna B., Olney, 111. Nursery bath cabinet. No. 
1,409,330; Mar. 14. 

Apex Appliance Company. (See Anderson, Adolph F., 
assignor.) 

Apex Machine Company, The. (See Ziegler, William M., 
assignor.) 

Apex Specialties Corporation. (See Greenwood, Richard 
F., assignor.) 



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Apfel, Adam, Evansville, Wis., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments of one-half to M. Skoda, Oak Park, 111. Sani- 
tary sugar server. No. 1,430,876 ; Oct. 3. 

Apfel, Philip F., assignor of one-half to W. B. Mather, 
Seattle, Wash. Thermostatic switch. No. 1,426,447 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Apgar, Milton P. (See Harsley, J. W., and Apgar.) 

Apollo Magneto Corporation. (See Fuegel, G., and 
Schmid, assignors.) 

Apollo Piano Company, The. (See Clark, Melville, as- 
signor.) 

Appel, Nathan, New York, N. Y. Shaving brush. No. 
1,413,953 ; Apr. 25. 

Appel, Walter D., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Internal- 
combustion engine. No. 1,422,810 ; July 18. 

Applas, Clarence S., Sacramento, Calif. Vehicle curtain 
fastener. No. 1,422,513; July 11. 

Apple, Vincent G., Dayton, Ohio. Molding press. No. 
1,402,705 ; Jan. 3. 

Apple. Vincent G„ Dayton, Ohio. Electric motor. No. 
1,407,508; Feb. 21. 

Apple. Vincent G., Dayton, Ohio. Making self-lubricating 
bearings. No. 1,409,148 ; Mar. 14. 

Apple, Vincent G., Dayton, Ohio. Making armatures. 
No. 1,438,422 ; Dec. 12. 

Apple, Vincent G., Dayton, Ohio. Armature. No. 
1,43S,423 ; Dec. 12. 

Applebaum. Harry L., Denver, Colo. Transmission mecha- 
nism. No. I,4i3,563 ; Apr. 25. 

Appleby Engineering Company. (See Appleby, James P., 
assignor.) 

Appleby, Frank C, Pittsburgh, Pa. Slip-sheet-feeding 
attachment for printing presses. No. 1,403,371 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Appleby, James P., assignor to Appleby Engineering Com- 
pany, Minneapolis. Minn. Ball-forming machine. No. 
1.404,334 ; Jan. 24. 

Appleby, William H., Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Door- 
latch device. No. 1,427,252; Aug. 29. 

Appleby, William H., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Bolt fas- 
tener. No. 1,427,253; Aug. 29. 

Applegate, Daniel, Port Clinton, Ohio. Valve-grinding 
machine. No. 1,433,170 ; Oct. 24. 

Applegate, Edward B., and W. H. Yeomans, assignors to 
Imperial Furniture Company, Grand Kapids, Mich. 
Glue mixing and preserving apparatus. No. 1,422,811 ; 
July 18. 

Applegate, George. (See Berry, H. C, and Applegate.) 

Applegate, Lee R., Seattle, Wash. Vegetable cubing ma- 
chine. No. 1,430,049 ; Sept. 26. 

Applegate, Milton C, New York, N. Y. Liner. No. 
1,404,680; Jan. 24. 

Appleman, William H., Belmont, N. Y. Automobile jack. 
No. 1,433,867 ; Oct. 31. 

Appleton, Charles, and F. McRea, Surf Inlet, British Co- 
lumbia, Canada. Insulating and anticorrosive paint and 
making same. No. 1,430,142 ; Sept. 26. 

Appleton Electric Co. (See Anderson, Ernst G. K., .as- 
signor.) 

Appleton, Frank D., Philadelphia, Pa. Stop for talking 
machines. No. 1,436,561 ; Nov. 21. 

Applin, John W., and II. L. Watson, assignors to La 
Favette Motors Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Shutter 
control for vehicles. No. 1.412.822: Apr. 18. 

Apps, Charles H., East Orange, N. J. Water gauge. 
No. 1,438,208 ; Dec. 12. 

Apollo Magneto Corporation, Inc. (See Schmid, H., and 
Fuegel, assignors.) 

Apt. William E., St. Louis, Mo. Rail holder. No. 
1,412,264; Apr. 11. 

Aptowicz, Leon, Ybnkers, N. Y. Ash receptacle. No. 
1,422.165 ; July 11. 

Aram, Otto, Essington, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric and Manufacturing Company. Refuse grinder and 
discharge mechanism for stokers. No. 1.405,814 ; Feb. 7. 

Aramian, Harry S., New York, N. Y. Detachable heel. 
No. 1,408,964 ; Mar. 7. 

Arata, Mario F., San Anselmo, Calif. Lingual bar. Nb. 
1.435.909 : Nov. 21. 

Arato. Achille, assignor to F. Botta, Turin, Italy. Trailer 
brake. No. 1,424,273; Aug. 1. 

Arbaugh, Harvey A., and R. E. Keene, Portland, Ind. 
Building clamp. No. 1,439,499 ; Dec. 19. 

Arbetblatt, Abraham, Los Angeles, Calif. Steering gear 
for trailers. No. 1,424,129 ; July 25. 

Arbetter Felling Machine Company. (See Hayes, Thomas 
J., assignor.) 

Arbetter Felling Machine Company. (See Moulton, 
Harley C, assignor.) 

Arbin, Georges, Bondy, France, assignor to Societe Arbin 
Freres & Gueudr§, Brevannes, France. Machine for 
sewing mats for hothouses. No. 1,413.511 ; Apr. 18. 

Arbogast, Charles. (See Schaaf, John B., assignor.) 

Arbuckle, Alexander J., Johannesburg, Transvaal, South 
Africa. Apparatus for separating the liquid and solid 
components of mixtures of liquids and crushed or ground 
ore products. No. 1,422,514 ; July 11. 

Arbuckle, Samuel F., assignor to United States Automo- 
tive Corporation. Connersville, Ind. Headlight appara- 
tus. No. 1,409,912; Mar. 21. 

Arbuckle, Samuel F., assignor to United States Automo- 
tive Corporation, Connersville, Ind. Tilting reflector 
for lamps. No. 1,424,793; Aug. 8. 



Arcade Manufacturing Company. (See Tscherning, Henry, 
assignor.) 

Arcadia Trailer Corporation. (See Collier, Joseph W., 
assignor.) 

Arcaro, James G., Washington, D. C, and T. C. Furr, 
Rosslyn, Va. Assorting device. No. 1,419,485 ; June 13. 

Arcate, Joseph J., Brooklyn,- and T. V. Fowler, Port 
Richmond, . N. Y. Necktie- securing device. No. 
1,410,728 ; Mar. 28. 

Archer, Charles L., Des Moines, Iowa. Cord tire. No. 
1,437,125 ; Nov. 28. 

Archer, Charles W., Gary, Ind. Preparation for the treat- 
ment of pyorrhea. No. 1,433,979 ; Oct. 31. 

Archer, George T. (See Taylor, S. E., Ellis, and Archer.) 

Archer, Lenah B., executrix. (See Burrows, Linus P.) 

Archer. Robert G., jr. (See Archer, Robert G., sr., and 
R. G., jr.) 

Archer, Robert G., sr., and R. G., jr., Fort Washington, 
Pa. Adjustable lamp bracket. No. 1,438,806 ; Dec. 12. 

Archibald, Harry A., New Rochelle, N. Y. Machine for 
cutting ribbons of plastic, semiplastic, or solid material. 
No. 1,437,742 ; Dec. 5. 

Archibald, Norman F., et al. (See Rowley, Alfred J., 
assignor.) 

Archibald, Robert A., deceased, Oakland, Calif. ; T. C. 
Van Ness, jr., executor. Spleen extract. No. 1,437,951 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Archibald, Whitney A., Bellingham. Wash. Log-loading 
jack. No. 1,430,717; Oct. 3. 

Arctic Rotary Pump Company. (See Joynt, J., and Bow- 
ser, assignors.) 

Ardizzoni, Guy, New York, N. Y. Binding machine. No. 
1,420,677 ; June 27. 

Ardo, Joseph, Newhall, W. Va. Multipropelled aeroplane. 
No. 1,417,017; May 23. 

Ardo, Joseph, Newhall, W. Va. Valve mechanism. No. 
1,421,119; June 27. 

Ardo, Joseph, Newhall, W. Va., assignor of one-half to 
Salman Horvath, Newhall, W. Va. Submersible flying 
Boat. No. 1,421,369 ; July 4. 

Arenberg, Albert L., Chicago, 111. Reflector. No. 1,407,910 ; 
Feb. 28. 

Arendt, Morton, C. W. Burrows, and H. Rosenmeyer, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Battery Appliance 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Protecting means for 
electrical systems. No. 1,434,728 ; Nov. 7. 

Arens, Fernando, Hamburg, Germany. Lining metal 
tubes, pipes, and the like. No. 1,431,716 ; Oct. 10. 

Arent, Arthur, Laboratories, Inc. (See Arent, Arthur, 
assignor.) 

Arent, Arthur, assignor to Arthur Arent Laboratories, 
Inc., Des Moines, Iowa. Protectively treating wood and 
the like. No. 1,418,609 ; June 6. 

Arent, Arthur, assignor to Arthur Arent Laboratories, 
Inc., Des Moines, Iowa. Protectively treating mate- 
rials. No. 1,418,610 ; June 6. 

Arentz, Fred B. (See Backhaus, A. A., and Arentz.) 

Arenz, Joseph. (See Magidson, I., Arenz, and Pfeffer- 
korn.) 

Arey, Fred C, Oak Park, 111. Apparatus for manufacture 
of expanded metal. No. 1,412,156 ; Apr. 11. 

Arey, Samuel E., Fellows, Jay J. Hern, Fellows, and M. S. 
McFadden, Taft, Calif. Sucker - rod hanger. No. 
1.414,541 ; May 2. 

Argote, Juan. (See Dominguez, Manuel D., assignor.) 

Argubright, Joseph W., Streator, 111. Food box. No. 
1.431.085 ; Oct. 3. 

Aridor Company, The. (See Moyer, Paul S., assignor.) 

Arii, Jonosuke, Tokyo, Japan. Apparatus for extracting 
oil or fat. No. 1.437,743; Dec. 5. 

Arkell, Bartlett. assignor to Arkell Safety Bag Company, 
New York, N. Y. Machine for making stretchable 
crinkled paper. No. 1,405,384 ; Feb. 7. 

Arkell Safety Bag Company, (See Arkell, Bartlett, as- 
signor.) 

Arkell Safety Bag Company. (See Wandel, Kurt, assignor.) 

Arkin, Jesse. New York, N. Y. Artificial-tooth anchorage. 
No. 1,429,552; Sept. 19. 

Arkin, Louis, Boston, Mass. Fastener. No. 1,402.827 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Arkwright, Reuben. (See Moeller, L, and Arkwright.) 

Arleskie, William S., Pittston, Pa. Safety device for roll- 
ing stock. No. 1,416,926; May 23. 

Armathes, Joseph F., assignor of one-half to B. H. Gold- 
stein, Plymouth, Pa. Distributor. No. 1,403,827 ; 
Jan. 17. 

Armieri, Jos. & Co. (See Curioni, Aldo, assignor.) 

Armington, Arthur A., et al., executors. (See Wardwell, 
Simon W.) 

Armington, Arthur P., Wickliffe, Ohio. Transmission. 
No. 1,412,157 ; Apr. 11. 

Armitage, Clifford F., and F. II. Holmes, Newark, N. J., 
and B. C. Berry, New York, N. Y. Composition of mat- 
ter for use as paint or stain and insect and vermin 
repellent. No. 1,439,053 ; Dec. 19. 

Armitage, George H., Lincoln, assignor to United Lace & 
Braid Manufacturing Company, Auburn, Cranston, 
R. I. Machine for making shoe laces and the like. 
No. 1,423,9S4; July 25. 

Armitage. Mariorie B., Colorado Springs, Colo. Signal. 
No. 1,421,141 ; June 27. 

Armor, James 0., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Transformer. No. 1,402,037 ; 
Jan. 3. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Armor, James C, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Voltage regulation. No. 1,414,248 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Armour and Company. (See Powell, Jesse R., assignor.) 

Armour Fertilizer Works. (See MacDowell, C. II., and 
Meyers, assignors.) 

Armour Fertilizer Works. (See MacDowell, C. H., Meyers, 
and Pattison, assignors.) 

Armour Fertilizer Works. (See MacDowell, Charles H., 
assignor.) 

Armour Fertilizer Works. (See Shoeld, Mark, assignor.) 

Armour Grain Company. (See Stoddard, E. S., and Miner, 
, assignors.) 

A'rmstead Snow Motors, Incorporated. (See Burch, Fred- 
erick R., assignor.) 

Armstrong, Abel, San Francisco, assignor of one-half to 
P. J. Murphy, Riverside, Calif. Adjustable wire-coil- 
spring machine. No. 1.403,372 ; Jan. 10. 

Armstrong, Albert E., assignor to James L. Armstrong, 
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Truss. No. 1,413,512 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Armstrong, Allen A., assignor of one-half to P. W. Flicker, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Exercising apparatus. No. 1,409,902 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Armstrong, Arthur C, Hammond, Ind. Process of and ap- 
paratus for the distillation of oil. No. 1,408,242 ; Feb. 28. 

Armstrong, Bertha L. (See Tulloch, D. M., and Bodge, 
assignors.) 

Armstrong, Charles C, Marvsville, Ohio. Heating ele- 
ment. No. 1,438,424 ; Dec. 12. 

Armstrong, Charles G., New York, N. Y. Method and 
apparatus for garbage disposal. No. 1,415,290 ; May 9. 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Fix, Frank, assignor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Fix, Frank C, assignor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Lansill, John S., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong, Edwin H. (See Pupin, M. I., and Armstrong.) 

Armstrong, Edwin H., Yonkers, N. Y. Signaling system. 
No. 1,424.065 ; July 25. 

Armstrong, Edwin J., assignor to Ball Engine Company, 
Erie, Pa. Clam-shell machine. No. 1.401,951 ; Jan. 3. 

Armstrong, Edwin J., assignor to F. B. McBrier, Erie, 
Pa. Wrench. No. 1,431,451 ; Oct. 10. 

Armstrong. Edwin J., assignor to F. B. McBrier, Erie, Pa. 
Slot-cutting machine. No. 1,432,011 ; Oct. 17. 

Armstrong, Edwin J., assignor of one-half to A. C. Vicary, 
Erie, Pa. Power shovel. No. 1,439,216 ; Dec. 19. 

Armstrong. Eli H., Savannah, Ga. Treating acid phos- 
phate. No. 1,439,054 ; Dec. 19. 

Armstrong, Evan A. (See Harris, Archer H., assignor.) 

Armstrong, Frank H., Auburn, assignor to Corona Type- 
writer Company, Inc., Groton, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. No. 1,419,196 ; June 13. 

Armstrong, Frank H., Auburn, N. Y., assignor to Corona 
Typewriter Company, Inc., Groton, N. Y. Typewriting 
machine. No. 1,437,214 ; Nov. 28. 

Armstrong, Frank H., Auburn, N. Y., assignor to Corona 
Typewriter Company, Inc., Groton, N. Y. Typewriting 
machine. No. 1.437,215 : Nov. 28. 

Armstrong, Frank TL, Auburn, N. Y., assignor to Corona 
Typewriting Company, Inc.. Groton, N. Y. Typewriting 
machine. No. 1,437,216 : Nov. 28. 

Armstrong, Frank H.. Auburn, and E. L. Harmon, as- 
signors to Corona Typewriter Company, Inc., Groton, 
N. Y. Typewriting machine. No. 1,419,195 ; June 13. 

Armstrong, Frank T., assignor of one-third to G. B. 
Sayre and one-third to Robert D. Nesbitt, Detroit, 
Mich. Regenerator or fuel vaporizer for internal-com- 
bustion engines. No. 1.413,564; Apr. 25. 

Armstrong, James C, Beloit, Wis. Fan. No. 1,424,391 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Armstrong. James C, Beloit, Wis. Ventilator. No. 
1,432,517; Oct. 17. 

Armstrong, James C, Beloit, Wis. Cooling system for 
internal-combustion engines. No. 1,432,518 ; Oct. 17. 

Armstrong, James L. (See Armstrong, Albert E., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong, John A., assignor to Niagara Metal Stamping 
Corporation. Niagara Falls, N. Y. Securing device for 
plates and the like. No. 1,439,682 ; Dec. 26. 

Armstrong, John J., assignor of one-half to R. B. Booth, 
Honolulu, Hawaii. Hose coupling. No. 1,437,082 ; 
Nov. 2S. 

Armstrong Manufacturing Company. (See Watson, George 
R., assignor.) 

Armstrong, Octavia A., Hay Springs, Nebr. Table. No. 
1,420,511 ; June 20. 

Armstrong, Oscar F., assignor to Ernest D. Haseltine Co., 
Haverhill, Mass. Sole - grooving machine. No. 

1.417,018; May 23. 

Armstrong, Percy A. E., Loudonville, N. Y. Carburizing 
box. No. 1,407,456 ; Feb. 21. 

Armstrong, Percy A. E., Loudonville, N. Y. Electrical 
heating element. No. 1,416,436 ; May 16. 

Armstrong, Percy A. E., Loudonville, N. Y. Apparatus 
for molding hollow bodies. No. 1,416.927 ; May 23. 

Armstrong, Percy A. E., Loudonville, N. Y. Immersion 
water heater. No. 1,437,481 ; Dec. 5. 

Armstrong, Tercy A. E., Watervliet, N. Y. Bearing. No. 

1,422,812; July 18. 
Armstrong, Ralph W., Westfield, assignor of two-thirds to 
A. Waterman, East Orange, N. J. Cloth clip. No. 
1,417,129; May 23. 



Armstrong, Robert B., and G. Paterson, assignors to R. 
& W. Hawthorn, Leslie & Company, Limited. Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, England, and Cockburns Limited, Cardonald, 
near Glasgow, Scotland. Valve device. No. 1.402,718; 
Jan. 3. 

Armstrong, Robert F., Kansas City, Mo. Artificial body 
member. No. 1,423,296; July 18. 

Armstrong, Robert F., assignor to F. W. Pollman, Jr., La 
Cygne, Kans. Socket. No. 1,408.157 ; Feb. 28. 

Armstrong, Robert F., assignor to F. W. Pollman, Jr., 
La Cygne, Kans. Artificial hand. No. 1.409,513 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Armstrong Siddeley Motors Limited. (See Smith, Fred- 
erick R., assignor.) 

Armstrong Siddeley Motors Limited. (See Viale, Spirito 
M., assignor.) 

Armstrong Siddeley Motors Limited. (See Wylie, Hamil- 
ton N., assignor.) 

Armstrong, Victor C. (See Larchmonth, John H., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Company. (See 
Lee, H. W., and Swindale, assignors.) 

Armstrong, William H., New Orleans, La. Poison-bottle 
cap. No. 1,423,174 ; July 18. 

Arn, Fred, assignor to J. M. Card Lumber Co., Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn. Chock block. No. 1,403,535 ; Jan. 17. 

Arn, Herman H., Uhrichsvillc, Ohio.- Rivet cutter. No. 
1,440,264 ; Dec. 26. 

Amao, Charles, Brooklyn, N. Y. Massage apparatus. No. 
1,421,750; July 4. 

Arndt, Franklin E., assignor to The Galion Iron Works & 
Mfg. Co., Galion, Ohio. Bucket-door-closing mechanism. 
No. 1,406,327 ; Feb. 14. 

Arndt, Franklin E., assignor to The Galion Iron Works 
& Mfg. Co., Galion, Ohio. Safety stop for hoisting 
drums. No. 1,412,643 ; Apr. 11. 

Arndt, Franklin E., assignor to The Galion Iron Works & 
Mfg. Co., Galion, Ohio. Truck turntable. No. 1,414,719 ; 
May 2. 

Arndt, Franklin E.. assignor to The Galion Iron Works & 
Mfg. Co., Galion, Ohio. Bucket-door-opening mecha- 
nism. No. 1,415,291 ; May 9. 

Arndt, Franklin E., assignor to The Galion Iron Works 
& Mfg. Co., Galion, Ohio. Coal handling system. No. 
1,425,822 ; Aug. 15. 

Arndt, Franklin E.. assignor to The Galion Iron Works 
and Manufacturing Company, Galion, Ohio. Steering 
gear for road machines. (Reissue.) No. 15,443 ; Sept. 5. 

Arndt, Franklin E., assignor to The Galion Iron Works & 
Mfg. Co., Galion, Ohio. Conveying mechanism for 
unloading machines. No. 1,437,581 ; Dec. 5. 

Arndt, John P., Milwaukee, Wis. Circuit breaker. No. 
1,403,373; Jan. 10. 

Arndt, John P., Milwaukee, Wis. Circuit breaker. No. 
1,404,564 ; Jan. 24. 

Arndt, John P., Milwaukee, Wis. Disconnecting device. 
No. 1,422,248 ; July 11. 

Arndt. Maxmillion M., Manitowoc, Wis. Knife for self- 
binder knotters. No. 1,414,684 ; May 2. 

Arndt, Maximillion M., Manitowoc, Wis. Posthole digger. 
No. 1,428.202; Sept. 5. 

Arndt, William F., Watertown, Wis. Pressure-signaling 
device for tires. No. 1,422,068 ; July 11. 

Arneson, Charles E., Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Shock absorber. 
No. 1,434,243 ; Oct. 31. 

Arneson, Oscar. (See Diers, J. H., and Arneson.) 

Arness, Olaf J., Minneapolis, Minn. Spraying attachment 
No. 1,430,348 ; .Sept. 26. 

Arnett, Albert C, Shilo Springs, assignor of one-half to 
William Finch, Dayton, Ohio. Automobile light re- 
flector. (Reissue.) No. 15,473 : Oct. 24. 

Arnold, Arthur A., assignor to American Optical Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Glass cutter. No. 1,427,052 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Arnold, Benjamin S., Syracuse, N. Y. Poppet valve for 
internal-combustion engines. No. 1,434,473 ; Nov. 7. 

Arnold, C. C., et al. (See Howard. George, assignor.) 

Arnold, Charles E., San Diego, Calif. Mail or the like 
box. No. 1,414,062; Apr. 25. 

Arnold, Charles E., <>ssignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Making artificial leather 
and product thereof. No. 1.408,001 : Feb. 28. 

Arnold, Christian J., Walker, Iowa. Wireless corn planter. 
No. 1,420,465 ; June 20. 

Arnold-Creager Company, The. (See Graham, Henry 
W. B., assignor.) 

Arnold, Decatur E., Johnson City, Tenn. Hack saw. No. 
1,432,586; Oct. 17. 

Arnold, Douglass L., Chicago, 111., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Internal-combustion engine. 
No. 1,433,060 ; Oct. 24. 

Arnold, Edward E., Coventry, and P. St. Clair, jr., 
Providence, assignors to The Nitrogen Corporation, 
Providence, R. I. Conducting the ammonia-soda proc- 
ess. No. 1,423,510 ; July 25. 

Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to Iron City 
Products Company. Detachable coupling. No. 
1,404.260; Jan. 24. 

Arnold, Edwin M., Tulsa, Okla. Luggage carrier for mo- 
tor vehicles. No. 1,408.905 ; Mar. 7. 

Arnold, Edwin M., Tulsa, Okla. Fender brace. No. 
1,408,906 ; Mar. 7. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Arnold, Ernest H., assignor to H. M. Strong, Cleveland, 

Ohio. Automobile fan. No. 1,430.276 ; Sept. 26. 
Arnold, Everett B., Highland Park, Mich. Ventilating 

system. No. 1,408,432 ; Mar. 7. 
Arnold, Frank K. (See Sevigne, H. A., and Arnold.) 
Arnold, Frank P., Watkins. Minn. Tractor wheel and 

scraper. No. 1,406,809 : Feb. 14. 
Arnold, Harold A. (See Huff, Bert M., assignor.) 
Arnold, Harold A., Lenora, Kans. Drop-cover check. No. 

1,425,568; Aug. 15. 
Arnold, Harold D., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Western 

Electric Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 

Vacuum-tube circuits. No. 1.403,475 ; Jan. 17. 
Arnold, Harold D., and J. P. Minton, East Orange, N. J., 

assignors to Western Electric Company, Incorporated, 
• New York, N. Y. Method of and system for testing 

transmitters or receivers. No. 1,426,807; Aug. 22. 
Arnold, Henry .T., Denver, Colo. Sign for roadsides. No. 

1,406,916; Feb. 14. 
Arnold, Hiatt N., et al. (See Howard. George, assignor.) 
Arnold, James C, Seattle, Wash. Electric-current con- 
troller.- No. 1,408,967 ; Mar. 7. 
Arnold. James C, Seattle, Wash. Sign flasher. No. 

1,430,012; Oct. 3. 
Arnold, Karl, Nuremberg, Germany. Making a friction 

Igniter. No. 1,404,261 ; Jan. 24. 
Arnold, Karl, Nuremberg, Germany. Device for producing 

sparks for toys. No. 1,415,763 ; May 9. 
Arnold, Perry, Tipton, Ind. Railway-car door. No. 

1,435,784 ; Nov. 14. 
Arnold, Ralph T., Detroit, Mich. Automatic carbon re- 
mover for internal-combustion engines. No. 1,432,944 ; 

Oct. 24. 
Arnold, Samuel, 3d, Ben Avon, Pa. Collector lifting mech- 
anism. No. 1,408.158 ; Feb. 28. 
Arnold, Samuel, 3d, Ben Avon, Pa. Control mechanism for 

hoisting apparatus. No. 1,425,569 ; Aug. 15. 
Arnold, Sherman L., Woodlawn, Pa. Bed bottom. No. 

1,423,065 ; July 18. 
Arnold, Stanley B., Chicago, 111. Internal-combustion en- 
gine. No. 1,438,937 ; Dec. 19. 
Arnold, Thomas A., Cambridge, N. Y. Box fastener. No. 

1,437,083 ; Nov. 28. 
Arnold, Thomas N., Fail-port, N. Y. Toy. No. 1,415.292 ; 

May 9. 
Arnold, Valentine, Woodville, Ohio. Limekiln. No. 

1,439,597; Dec. 19. 
Arnoldi, Clarence L., Manitowoc, Wis. Preserving milk. 

No. 1,403,223; Jan. 10. 
Arnot, Alexander It., Los Angeles, Calif. Shock absorber. 

No. 1,413.451 ; Apr. 18. 
Arnot, Alexander R., Los Angeles, Calif. Shock absorber. 

No. 1.419,098; June 6. 
Arnot, Eugene N., San Francisco, Calif. Shears. No. 

1,428,830 ; Sept. 12. 
Arnot, Robert. Busbey, England. Dye and making same. 

No. 1.414.164 : Apr. 25. 
Arnott, Robert F., Montclair, N. J. Balancing balls. No. 

1,424,191 ; Aug. 1. 
Arntfield, Frederick S., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Elec- 
tric water heater: No. 1,414,494; May 2. 
Arntz, Firm: Joh. Wilh. (See Arntz, Oswald, assignor.) 
Arntz, Lew, Des Moines, Iowa. Fastener for envelopes. 

No. 1,417,790; May 30. 
Arntz Lew, Des Moines, Iowa. Eyeglass mounting. No. 

1,427,996 : Sept. 5. 
Arntz, Oswald, assignor to Firm : Joh. Wilh. Arntz, 

Remscheid, Germany. Saw. No. 1,434,421 ; Nov. 7. 
Arolan, Ernest A., Jersey City, N. J. Trousers clip. No. 

1,414,926 ; May 2. 
Aromint Manufacturing Company, The. (See Varga, 

Paul, assignor.) 
Arones, George B. (See Shore, Frank C, assignor.) 
Aronoff, Joseph, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Garment 

pocket. No. 1,429,996 ; Sept. 26. 
Aronson, Louis V. (See Evans, Fred, assignor.) 
Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Mechanical eye. No. 

1,408,794 ; Mar. 7. 
Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Book or box like form 

savings bank. No. 1,408,795 ; Mar. 7. 
Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Sparking pistol. No. 

1,410,638; Mar. 28. 
Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Sparking pistol. No. 

1,410,639 ; Mar. 28. . 
Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Blotter. No. 1,411,557 ; 

Apr. 4. 
Aronson, Lours V., Newark, N. J. Pencil. No. 1,411,558 : 

Apr. 4. 
Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Mechanical toy. No. 

1,420,072 ; June 20. 
Aronson, Louis V.. Newark, N. J. Sparking toy. No. 

1,422,075 ; July 11. 
Aronson. Louis V., Newark, N. J. Temperature indicator. 

No. 1,423,066 ; July 18. 
Aronson, Louis v., Newark, N. J. Sparking rattle. No. 

1,433,171 ; Oct. 24. 
Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Pull-chain device. 

No. 1,434,474; Nov. 7. 
Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Igniter. No. 1,436,635 ; 

Nov. 28. 
Aronson, Meyer L., Hartford, Conn. Printer's guide setter 

and registering aid. No. 1,410,542 ; Mar. 28. 
Aronson, Saul. (See Wilkinson, E. E., and Aronson.) 



Arragg, George M., Lawrence, Mass. Spring feeler finger. 
No. 1,412,595 ; Apr. 11. 

Arrington, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Aeroplane safety de- 
vice. No. 1,408,062 ; Feb. 28. 

Arrott, Albert E. (See Jobe, J. S., Dixon, and Arrott.) 

Arrow Electric Company, The. (See Nero, Arvid H., 
assignor.) 

Arrow Grip Manufacturing Company. (See Avery, True 
M., assignor.) 

Arrow Grip Manufacturing Company. (See Griffin, Albert 
P., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Arrowsmith Manufacturing Company. (See George, 
Harry C, assignor.) 

Arschauloff, Vadim, Petrograd, Russia. Device for in- 
jecting liquid fuel into the working chambers of inter- 
nal-combustion engines. No. 1,435,787 ; Nov. 14. 

Art in Buttons, Inc. (See Carron, James A., assignor.) 

Art Mosaic Tile Company. (See Borkenstein, Frank J., 
assignor.) 

Art Needle Manufacturing Co. (See Baker, Fenner B., 
assignor.) 

Artamcndi, Dionisio, assignor to Beristain & Cia, Barce- 
lona, Spain. Automatic pistol. No. 1,416,671 ; May 23. 

Arteaga, Ignaeio, San Antonio, Tex. Railway switch. No. 
1,408,333 ; Feb. 28. 

Arteme, Thomas K., New York, assignor of one-half to J. 
P. Drakas, Locust Valley, N. Y. Profilograph. No. 
1,428,520 ; Sept. 12. 

Arthur, Alexander, Youngstown, Ohio. Open-hearth-fur- 
nace device. No. 1,414,451 ; May 2. 

Arthur, Edward D. (See Cartter, W. G., and Arthur.) 

Arthur, Ernest L., Pembroke, Va. Bag. No. 1,431,918 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Arthur, James B., deceased ; by M. R. Arthur, executrix, 
Joplin, Mo. Ore concentrator. No. 1,416,928 ; May 23. 

Arthur, Mary R., executrix. (See Arthur, James B.) 

Arthur, Robert C. (See Mannion, M., and Arthur.) 

Arthurs, Emil, Portsmouth, Ohio. Gearing attachment 
for clothes wringers. No. 1,418,224 ; May 30. 

Arvin, Richard H., Indianapolis, Ind. Foot warmer for 
automobiles. No. 1,438,082 ; Dec. 5. 

Arwe, Henry C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Filter-bag holder. No. 
1,408,491 ; Mar. 7. 

Arwine, Arthur J., assignor to Gillis & Googhegan, New 
York, N. Y. Portable hoisting apparatus. No. 1,429,216 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Asaturian, Setrak, New York, N. Y. Spinning top. No. 
1,401,952; Jan. 3. 5 e 

Asaturian, Setrak, New York, N. Y. Animal feed recep- 
tacle. No. 1,421,142 ; June 27. 

Asbestos Shingle, Slate & Sheathing Company. (See An- 
derson, Robert H., assignor.) 

Asbestos, Shingle, Slate & Sheathing Company. (See 
Mattison, Richard V., assignor.) 

Asbjeld, Peder A., Beresford, S. D. Dirigible automobile 
headlamp. No. 1,406,955 ; Feb. 14. 

Asbury, Dorsey F. (See Smith, G. L., and Asbury.) 

Asbury, Dorsey F., Washington, D. C. Breech mecha- 
nism. No. 1,414,975 ; May 2. 

Asbury, Dorsey F., Washington, D. C. Breech mechanism 
No. 1,415,856 • May 16. 

Asbury, Dorsey F., Washington, D. C. Breech mechanism. 
No. 1,415,912 ; May 16. 

Asbury, Dorsey F., Washington, D. C. Fuse. No. 
1,428,203 ; Sept. 5. 

Asbury, Dorsey F., assignor to United States Ordnance 
Company, Washington, D. C. Breech closure. No. 

1.410.524 ; Mar. 21. 

Asbury, Dorsey F., assignor to United States Ordnance 
Company, Washington, D. C. Breech closure. No 

1.410.525 ; Mar. 21. 

Asbury, William, assignor to Straight Line Regulator Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Closure operator. No. 
1,406,142 ; Feb. 7. 

Asbury, William, assignor to Straight Line Regulator Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Closure operator. No. 
1,407,828 ; Feb. 28. 

Asch, Samuel R., Baltimore, Md. Necktie. No. 1,440,125 ■ 
Dec. 2.6. 

Aschauer, Charles J., Decatur, 111. Building construction. 
No. 1,421,143; June 27. 

Aschburner, Ernest F., et al. (See Aschburner, Fredrick 
C, assignor.) 

Aschburner, Fredrick C, Chicago, 111., assignor of one- 
third to W. H. Aschburner and one-third to E F 
Aschburner. Balancing cover support. No. 1,424,550 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Aschburner, William H., et al. (See Aschburner, Fredrick 
C, assignor.) 

Aschenbach, Emerson L., Sellersville, Pa., assignor to 
United States Gauge Company, New York, N. Y. Gauge 
No. 1,414,165 ; Apr. 25. 

Aschim, Oscar. ( See Behie, John W., assignor.) 

Aschinger, Harry W., Indianapolis, Ind. Spark plug. No. 
1,419,197 ; June 13. 

Aselin, Alfred J., Bay City, Mich. Marking hammer. No. 
1,425,357; Aug. 8. 

Aseltine, Fred E., assignor to Cadillac Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Carburetor. No. 1,422,329 ; 
July 11. 

Aseptic Service Company. (See Rees, Warren C, assignor.) 

"Asfag " Aktiengesellschaft. (See Gebhard, Conrad, as- 
signor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Ash, Allen II., Lisbon, N. H. Dumping attachment for 
vehicles. No. 1,435,369 ; Nov. 14. 

Ash, Charles S.. Geneva, N. Y. Quick-detachable vehicle 
wheel. No. 1,414.005 ; Apr. 25. 

Ash. Charles S., Hagerstown, Md. Quick-detachable ve- 
hicle wheel. No. 1.429,394 ; Sept. 19. 

Ash, Elvin, Berkley, Va. Boiler. No. 1,408,717 ; Mar. 7. 

Ash, Royal L. (See Pfund, H. C, and Ash.) 

Ash, Vincent B., and A. E. Allison, Coatesville, Pa. 
Method of and apparatus for forming metal. No. 
1,439,352 ; Dec. 19. 

Ashbee, Claude N. (See Eldridge, J. E., Burgess, W. B. 
and C. E., and Ashbee.) 

Ashby, Allen B., Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Envelope pro- 
tector. No. 1,434,765 ; Nov. 7. 

Ashby, Brodie H., Dallas, Tex. Traction band. No. 
1,419,533; June 13. 

Ashby, Shirley C, Jr. (See Bartos, Frank, assignor.) 

Ashcroft, William S-, Weatherford, Tex. License tag. 
No. 1,411,559 ; Apr. 4. 

Ashe, Frank C, assignor to Pittsburgh Lamp, Brass & 
Glass Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Headlight lens. No. 
1,432,047 ; Oct. 17. 

Ashenhurst, Harold S., assignor to H. A. Parkyn, Chicago, 
111. Insulating substance. No. 1,402,133 ; Jan. 3. 

Asher, Ralph H., London, Ohio. Air regulator. No. 
1,440,050 ; Dec. 26. 

Ashinger, Herman H., assignor to George Cutter Company, 
South Bend, Ind. Lamp - socket connection. No. 
1,402,999 ; Jan. 10. 

Ashland Machine & Paper Company. (See Martin, John 
A., assignor.) 

Ashley, Clifford W., Wilmington, Del. Sennit. No. 
1,433,868; Oct. 31. 

Ashley, Eustace E. et al. (See Trane, Raymond, as- 
signor.) 

Ashley, Frank M. (See Trust, H., and Ashley.) 

Ashley, Frank M., New York, N. Y. Fountain pen. No. 
1,419,439 ; June 13. 

Ashley, Frank M., New York. N. Y. Making plates for 
musical instruments. No 1,419,440; June 13. 

Ashley, Frank M., New York, N. Y. Binding clip. No. 
1,429,182; Sept. 12. 

Ashley, Raymond T., Reno, Nev. Link. No. 1,438,977 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Ashlin, William G. (See Pratt, Alfred M. C, assignor.) 

Ashlock, Henry H., San Diego, Calif. Railway tie. No. 
1,438,625 ; Dec. 12. 

Ashmusen, Christian, Albany, N. Y. Chain tongs. No. 
1,408,968 ; Mar. 7. 

Ashtabula Bow Socket Company, The. (See Allen, Charles 
R., assignor.) 

Ashtabula Bow Socket Company, The. (See Lewis, Fred 
K., assignor.) 

Ashton, George M„ Niobrara County, Wyo. Pumping jack. 
No. 1,435,444 ; Nov. 14. 

Ashton, Hannah, executrix. (See Ashton, Orrell.) 

Ashton, Orrell, deceased, Swampscott, Mass., by H. Ash- 
ton, executrix, Wollaston, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Work 
support. No. 1,435,194 ; Nov. 14. 

Ashton Valve Company, The. (See Cutler, Arthur E., 
assignor.) 

Ashwell, Fred J., Kansas City, Mo., assignor of one-half 
to F. L. Langdon, Kansas City, Kans. Grain weigher. 
No. 1,409,642 ; Mar. 14. 

Ashworth, George T., Philadelphia, Pa. Refrigerator. No. 
1,410.543 ; Mar. 28. 

Ashworth, Thomas. Millersburg, Ohio. Bench and floor 
clamp. No. 1,421,370 ; July 4. 

Askren, Earl J., J. F. Worman, and C. F. Zwick, Indianapo- 
lis, Ind". Shield for motor radiators. No. 1,421,120 ; 
June 27. 

Aslanian, Onig, Providence, R. I. Lens. No. 1,434,276 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Aspden, Ralph L. (See Bowman, F. H., and Aspden.) 

Aspden, Richard E. (See Bowman, F. H., and Aspden, as- 
signors.) 

Aspelin, Julius O., Standia Township, Murray County, 
Minn. Fishhook. No. 1,417,482 ; May 30. 

Aspinall, Daniel, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Oil salvaging means. No. 1,414,611 ; May 2. 

Aspinwall-Drew Company. (See Aspinwall, Lewis A., as- 
signor.) 

Aspinwall, Lewis A.. Jackson, Mich. Nonswarming bee- 
hive. No. 1,410,444 ; Mar. 21. 

Aspinwall, Lewis A., Jackson, Mich., assignor to Aspin- 
wall Mfg. Co. Conveyer. No. 1,408,969 ; Mar. 7. 

Aspinwall, Lewis A., assignor to Aspinwall-Drew Company, 
Jackson, Mich. Potato planter. No. 1,411,897: Apr. 4. 

Aspinwall Mfg. Co. (See Aspinwall, Lewis A., assignor.) 

Aspinwall, Robert S., Detroit, Mich. Combined socket- 
cover and lamp-ring light fixture. No. 1,412,644 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Asplund, Charles F., Minneapolis, Minn. Centrifugal 
clutch. No. 1,418,350; June 6. 

Asplund, Erik A., Waukegan, 111. Remover for fruit-jar 
caps and the like. No. 1,402,731 ; Jan. 10. 

Asprooth. Axel H., assignor to Cotta Transmission Com- 
pany, Rockford, 111. Control set for change-speed trans- 
mission. No. 1,416,672; May 23. 

Asprooth, Axel H., assignor to Cotta Transmission Com- 
pany, Rockford, 111. Change-speed gearing. No. 
1,430,526; Oct. 3. 



Assereto, Andrea, and L. Caccioppoli, Savona, Italy. 
Plant for utilizing pulverized solid fuels. No. 1,420,904 ; 
June 27. 

Assmann, Frank A., jr., Chicago, 111., assignor to Con- 
tinental Can Company, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Cutting 
disks or blanks from untrimmed commercial sheets. 

. No. 1,439,393 ; Dec. 19. 

Associated Engineers Company. (See Donanoe, Alfred H., 
assignor.) 

Associated Engineers Company. (See Tillson, Edwin D., 
assignor. ) 

Associated Equipment Company Limited, The. (See 
Thomas, Hugh K., assignor.) 

Associated Holdings Corporation. (See Grote, Walther H., 
assignor.) 

Associated Newspaper Limited. (See Hawkins, Alfred 
G., assignor.) 

Astbury, Thomas, assignor to J. Dexter, New Bedford, 
Mass. Condenser-apron lubricator. No. 1,416,313 ; 
May 16. 

Aste, Anthony L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Shoe-polishing stand. 
No. 1,435,271; Nov. 14. 

Aston, Albert A. (See Ricks, F., and Aston.) 

Aston, James, assignor to A. M. Byers Company, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Making wrought iron. No. 1,412,823 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Aston, James, assignor to A. M. Byers Company, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Making wrought iron. No. 1,413,513 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Astridge, Henry R., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Disap- 
pearing propeller device. No. 1,434,581 ; Nov. 7. 

Astridge, Henry R., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Traffic 
signal. No. 1,439,598 ; Dec. 19. 

Astrom, Carl P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to M. H. 
Treadwell Company, New York, N. Y. Heat exchanger. 
No. 1,439,283 ; Dec. 19. 

Astrom, John I., assignor to Fort Wayne Engineering and 
Manufacturing Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. Water- 
pumping system. No. 1,412,596 ; Apr. 11. 

Astronomical Clock Manufacturing Company. (See Bulka, 
Michael, assignor.) 

Astrup, Andrew. (See Pedersen, John F., assignor.) 

Atack, Frederick W. (See Haworth. W. N., and Atack.) 

Atack, Frederick W., assignor to The British Alizarine 
Company Limited, Manchester, Lancaster, England. 
Manufacture of compounds of the anthraquinone series. 
No. 1,434,980 ; Nov. 7. 

Atack, Frederick W., Manchester, England, and J. An- 
derson, St. Andrews, Scotland, assignors to The British 
Alizarine Company, Limited, Manchester, Lancaster, 
England. Fusion of organic substances with alkalies. 
No. 1,430,277 ; Sept. 26. 

Atcheson, Robert H., assignor to H. J. Doughty, Provi- 
dence, R. I. Tire - casing - vulcanizing mold. No. 
1,406,433; Feb. 14. 

Aten, Edgar S., Lexington, Ohio. Roller. No. 1,411,828 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Athanassiou, Nicholas, Tarpon Springs, Fla. Shock ab- 
sorber.. No. 1,413,373; Apr. 18. 

Atherton, Albert, New Brunswick, N. J., assignor to The 
Western Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. 
Call-box transmitter. No. 1,416,594 ; May 16. 

Atherton, Alfred L., Edgewood Park, Pa., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company. 
Temperature - regulating means for filamentary elec- 
trodes. No. 1.406,328 ; Feb. 14. 

Atherton, Alfred L., Edgewood Park, Pa., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Film 
cut-out. No. 1,433,693 ; Oct. 31. 

Atherton, Alfred L., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Regu- 
lating transformer. No. 1,435,195 ; Nov. 14. 

Atherton. Cecil, Danville, 111. Locomotive driving box. 
No. 1,413,822 : Apr. 25. 

Atherton, Fred K., and C. F. Webb ; said Webb assignor 
of his entire right to C. P. Petersen, Racine, Wis. 
Burglar alarm. No. 1,421,144 ; June 27. 

Athey, Charles, Paris, 111. Heating stove. No. 1,438.886 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Athey, Isaac II., assignor to Athey Tractor Co., Chicago, 
111. Traction mechanism. No. 1,435,788 ; Nov. 14. 

Athey Tractor Co. (See Athey, Isaac H., assignor:) 

Athimon, Francis, Paris, France. Machine for making 
split cotter pins, spring washers, thimbles, and like an- 
nular members. No. 1408,063 ; Feb. 28. 

Athol Machine Company. (See Starrett, Laroy S., as- 
signor.) 

Athons, Fred M., Los Angeles, Calif. Direction indicator 
for motor vehicles. No. 1,422,330 : July 11. 

Atkins, Charles II., Palmer, Mass. Pressure pump. No. 
1,416,314; May 16. 

Atkins, Charles H., Palmer, Mass. Steam trap. No. 
1,422,069; July 11. 

Atkins, E. C., and Company. (See Morris, Thomas C, 
assignor.) 

Atkinson, Charles C, Miami, Fla. Autotruck loader. No. 
1,411,829 ; Apr. 4. 

Atkinson, Charles C, Miami, Fla. Loading device for 
trucks. No. 1,411.830; Apr. 4. 

Atkinson, Edward M.. Portland, Oreg. Reenforcing thin 
metal. No. 1,407,366 ; Feb. 21. 

Atkinson, Frederick T„ Cincinnati, Ohio. Staining wood. 
No. 1,403,536 ; Jan. 17. 



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23 



Atkinson, George C, Georgetown, Tex. Spring wheel. No. 
1,406,961 ; Feb. 21. 

Atkinson, Henry T., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Universal Window Company, Oakland, Calif. Swing- 
ing window. No. 1,431,019 ; Oct. 10. 

Atkinson, Jesse. (See Thompson, Abel, assignor.) 

Atkinson, Joseph M., assignor to Oppenheim, Oberndorf 
& Co., Inc.. Baltimore, Md. Combination garment. 
No. 1,405,962 ; Feb. 7. 

Atkinson, Joseph M., assignor to Oppenheim, Oberndorf 
& Co.. Inc.. Baltimore, Md. Union garment. No. 
1.405.963 : Feb. 7. 

Atkinson. Joseph M., assignor to Oppenheim, Oberndorf & 
Co.. Inc., Baltimore, Md. Union garment. No. 
1.410,870; Mar. 28. 

Atkinson. Balpb YV. (See Fisher, H. W., and Atkinson.) 

Atkinson, Thomas M., assignor of one-third to O. W. Clark, 
Fine Bluff, Ark. Dimmer and sign attachment for 
lamps. No. 1,435,952 ; Nov. 21. 

Atkinson, William, Boxforcl, assignor to The Vacuum 
Company, Somerville, Mass. Method of drying goods. 
No. 1,415,623; May 9. 

Atkocaitis. Juczapas, Chicago, 111. Automobile horn. No. 
1.433,593 ; Oct. 31. 

Atlantic Dyestuff Company. (See Heuser, Ralph V., as- 
signor.) 

Atlantic Hand Brake Corporation. (See Sauvage, William 
H., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Delhridge, Thomas 
G., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Johansen, Ernst 
M., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Kennedy, Charles 
F., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Lewis, Joseph W., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Tubing Company. (See Burke, Peter J., as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Devices Company. (See Leavitt, F. S., and Staples, 
assignors.) 

Atlas Engineering & Machine Company, Limited, The. 
(See Angus, Harry H., assignor.) 

Atlas Implement and Tool Company. (See Ricks, Hyrum. 
.ir., assignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Cook, R. M., and Grotta, as- 
signors.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Grotta, Bennett, assignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Jessen, Charles C, as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Long, Ralph A., assignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Mitscherling, Waldemar O., 
assignor.' 

Atlas Truck Corporation. (See Kraft, Edward L., as- 
signor.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See de Jahn, Fred- 
rik \\\. assignor.) 

Atomized Products Corporation. (See Faber. H. B., and 
Harding, assignors.) 

Aton. William E., Milburn, assignor to Milburn Implement 
Manufacturing Co., Arlington, Ky. Agricultural imple- 
ment. No. 1,419,602 ; June 13. 

Attaway, Sideney C., Thomasville, Ga. Disk plow. No. 
1,421.371 : July 4. 

Attenborougb, Leonard G.. Ipoh, Perak, Federated Malay 
States, and J. F. Newsom, Palo Alto, Calif. Lip for 
dredge buckets. No. 1,430,782 ; Oct. 3. 

Attwood, Charles F., Grand Rapids, Mich. Antirattler 
for automobile windows. No. 1,438,209 ; Dec. 12. 

Atwater, John M., Chicago, 111. Spark plug. No. 
1,406,810; Feb. 14. 

Atwater Kent Manufacturing Company. (See Kent, Ar- 
thur A., assignor.) 

Atwater Kent Manufacturing Company. (See Richter, 
William H.. assignor.) 

Atwater. Silas I., New York. N. Y. Changeable-character 
reversible sign. No. 1.432,519 : Oct. 17. 

Atwater, William B.. Charleston, S. C, assignor to Crystal- 
on Chemical Company. Preparation for preventing ac- 
cumulation of moisture on transparent surfaces. No. 
1.429,824 ; Sept. 19. 

Atwood, Edwin W. (See Copeman, Lloyd G., assignor.) 

Atwood, George F., Newark, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Submarine signaling. No. 1,432,945 ; Oct. 24. 

Atwood, Guilford C, Austin, Colo. Brooder and heater. 
No. 1,411.075 ; Mar. 28. 

Atwood, Harry A., Milwaukee, Wis. Chair. No. 1,433,694 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Atwood. Harry C, Ardmore, Okla. Nut-cracking machine. 
No. 1,412,443; Apr. 11. 

Atwood, Harry N., Smithfield, N. C., assignor to Rubwood. 
Inc., Lawrence, Mass. Vehicle wheel structure and 
producing same. No. 1,437,482 ; Dec. 5. 

Atwood, Harry N., and G. B. Bains. 3d. Reading, Pa. 
Composite laminated structure and producing same. 
No. 1,403,142 ; Jan. 10. 

Atwood, Harry N., and G. B. Bains, 3d, Reading, Pa. 
Producing composite laminated structures. No. 
1,403,143 ; Jan. 10. 

Atwood, Harry N., and G. B. Bains, 3d, Reading, Pa. 
Laminated composite wheel. No. 1,422.813 ; July 18. 

Atwood, Leonard. Boston. Mass. Internal-combustion en- 
gine. No. 1,418,351 ; June 6. 



Atwood, Leonard, Boston. Mass. Internal-combustion 
engine. No. 1,438, 8S7 ; Dec. 12. 

Atwood, Leonard, Boston, Mass., assignor to A. H. Gil- 
lard, Englewood, N. J. Device for charging internal- 
combustion engines. No. 1,417,483 ; May 30. 

Atwood Machine Company, The. (See Bradley, Edward 
E., assignor.) 

Atwood, seth B., Rockford, 111. Door buffer. No. 
1,403,665; Jan. 17. 

Auberlin, William, Northfield, Ohio. Artificial bait. No. 
1,415,913 ; May 16. 

Auberschek, Joseph, Milwaukee, Wis. Water filter. No. 
1,402,706 ; Jan. 3. 

Aubry, Eugene. (See Courant, E., and Aubry.) 

Au Buchon, John S., Farmington, Mo. Tire - protecting 
shoe. No. 1,406,962 ; Feb. 21. 

Auclair, Walter N., Echo, Oreg. Blow-out boot for tires. 
No. 1,403,000; Jan. 10. 

Audet, Adjutor N., Williamsport, Pa. Tire and rim car- 
rier. No. 1,412,645 ; Apr. 11. 

Audi, Lucie T., New York, N. Y. Sanitary fixture. No. 
1,405,476 ; Feb. 7. 

Audible Pictures Corporation. (See Madaler, Ferdinand 
V., assignor.) 

Audiffren Refrigerating Machine Co. (See Karr, A. D., 
and Perkins, assignors.) 

Audiffren Refrigerating Machine Co. (See Perkins, K. D., 
and Karr, assignors.) 

Auerbach, Zemach, New York, N. Y. Appointment rack 
or card. No. 1,414,720 ; May 2. 

Auerbach, Zemach, New York, N. Y. Appointment file 
or rack. No. 1,414,721 ; May 2. 

Auermiller, John, Chicago, 111. Window awning. No. 
1,418,860; June 6. 

Aufderheide, Benjamin F., sr., Davenport, Iowa. Sash 
weight. No. 1,425,570 ; Aug. 15. 

Aufiero, Emanuel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Warning signal. No. 
1,429,217 ; Sept. 19. 

Aufiero, Emanuel, assignor to E. A. Laboratories Inc., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Signal for motor vehicles. No. 
1,414,612 ; May 2. 

Aufiero, Emanuel assignor to E. A. Laboratories, Inc., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Signal for motor vehicles. No. 
1,414,613; May 2. 

Augenbraun, Peter F., assignor to The Yale & Towne Man- 
ufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Pin-tumbler lock 
No. 1,411,898; Apr. 4. 

Augenbraun, Peter F., assignor to The Yale & Towne 
Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Automobile 
tire lock. No. 1,412,646 ; Apr. 11. 

Augenbraun, Peter F., assignor to The Yale & Towne Manu- 
facturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Pin-tumbler lock. 
No. 1,422,515; July 11. 

Augenbraun, Peter F., assignor to The Yale & Towne 
Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Pin-tumbler 
lock. No. 1,422,516 ; July 11. 

Augenbraun, Peter F., assignor to The Yale & Towne 
Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Pin-tumbler 
lock. No. 1,422,517 ; July 11. 

Augenbraun, Peter F., assignor to The Yale & Towne 
Manufacturing Company, Stamford,' Conn. Pin-tumbler 
lock. No. 1,422,518 ; July 11. 

Augenbraun, Peter F., assignor to The Yale & Towne 
Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Pin-tumbler 
lock. No. 1,422,519 ; July 11. 

Augenbraun, Peter F., assignor to The Yale & Towne 
Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Pin-tumbler 
lock. No. 1,422,520 ; July 11. 

Augenbraun, Peter F., assignor to The Yale & Towne 
Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Lock. No. 
1,426,702 ; Aug. 22. 

Augenstein, Cecil V.. Macksburg, Ohio. Wire-line socket. 
No. 1.429.312 : Sept. 19. 

Auger, Ovide. (See Herson, Armand, assignor.) 

August, Johannes R. C, Halifax, England. Muffle fur- 
nace. No. 1,414,614 ; May 2. 

August, Johannes R. C, Halifax, England. Muffle fur- 
nace. No. 1,415,424 ; Mav 9. 

August, Johannes R. C, Halifax, England. Furnace for 
hardening or tempering steel tools or for heating or 
annealing metals, glass, pottery, or the like. No. 
1,432,946; Oct. 24. 

August Knoche-Wallwitz, G. m. b. H. (See Plaut, Menko, 
assignor.) 

August Riedinger, Ballonfabrik Augsburg Aktiengesell- 

schaft. (See Meyer. Hermann, assignor.) 
August Rust-Oppenheim. (See Olsson, Zacharias, assignor.) 
Augustin-Normand, Augustin, assignor to Chantiers et 
Ateliers Augustin-Normand, Le Havre, France. Pneu- 
matic evacuating device for compressors. No. 1,402,707 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Augustin. Wilhelm, Berlin - Charlottenburg. assignor to 
Bing-Werke vormals Gebr. Bing Aktiengesellschaft, 
Nurnberg, Germany. Locking device for calculating 
machines. No. 1,428,831 ; Sept. 12. 

Augustine, Addison E., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to 
Chester Machine Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Trap 
mechanism for envelope - making machines. No. 
1,403,374 ; Jan. 10. 

Augustine, Addison E., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to 
Chester Machine Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Balanced 
cam shaft. No. 1,404,183 ; Jan. 24. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Augustine, Addison E., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to 
Chester Machine Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Gripper 
mechanism for envelope-making machines. No. 
1,421,889 ; July 4. 

Augustine, Addison B., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to 
Chester Machine Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Drying 
blower for envelope-making machines. No. 1,423,297 ; 
July 18. 

Augustine, Addison E., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to 
Chester Machine Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Delivery 
mechanism for envelope-making machines. No. 
1,427,083 ; Aug. 29. 

Augustine, Addison E., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to 
Chester Machine Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Elevator 
control mechanism for envelope-making machines. No. 
1,432.824 ; Oct. 24. 

Augustine, Benjamin F., Buffalo, N. Y. Rotary engine. 
No. 1,414,976 ; May 2. 

Aukerman, Nathaniel B., Lakewood, Ohio. Process of and 
means for recovering silver from photographic and other 
baths. No. 1,425,935 ; Aug. 15. 

Aukl, John, Chicago, 111. Fountain brush. No. 1,413,311 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Ault, William II., New Castle, Pa. Long-span slab. No. 
1.431.086 ; Oct. 3. 

Aupperle, James A. (See Beck, W. J., arid Aupperle.) 

Aurand, James L., Detroit, Mich. Automobile hood lock. 

' No. 1,434,277 ; Oct. 31. 

Ausen, Emil, Eleva, Wis. Milk-can cover. No. 1,409,902 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Ausberman, Martin V. (See Hall, John W., assignor.) 

Aust, Paul P., assignor of one-half to F. S. Henn, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Spring-propelled vehicle. No. 1,440,126 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Austin, Adelbert, Greenwood, N. Y. Resilient vehicle 
wheel. No. 1,427,570 ; Aug. 29. 

Austin, Albert L., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to V. Grande 
and A. J. Ferris, New York, N. Y. Motor-vehicle 
signal. No. 1,420,448; Aug. 22. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Producing a repair in fabrics. No. 1,424,332 ; Aug. 1. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne assign- 

- ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Joint for articles of ceramic and similar materials and 
producing same. No. 1.431,137; Oct. 3. 

Austin, Bascum O., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. System 
of control. No. 1,427,342 ; Aug. 29. 

Austin. Bascum O., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Motor-con- 
trol system. No. 1,430,528; Oct. 3. 

Austin, Basil G., assignor to Austin Organ Company, Hart- 
ford, Conn. Electropneumatic organ action. No. 
1,427,997 ; Sept. 5. 

Austin, Edgar E., Portland, Me. Currency series. No. 
1,418,611 ; June 6. 

Austin, Enoch W., Shawnee, Okla. Link-forming machine. 
No. 1,431,452; Oct. 10. 

Austin, Estella B., Los Angeles, Calif. Artificial flower 
and making it. No. 1,415,764 ; May 9. 

Austin, F. C, Machinery Company. (See French, James 
C, assignor.) 

Austin, F. C., Machinery Company. (See Olsen, Halften 
E., assignor.) 

Austin, F. C, Machinery Company. (See Sorensen, Mag- 
nus, assignor.) 

Austin, Frances E. (See Farrar, A. J., and Putney, as- 
signors.! 

Austin, Frederick C. (See Anderson, Vincent G., as- 
signor.) 

Austin, Frederick C. (See Bager, Frederic E., assignor.) 

Austin, Frederick C. (See Bentson, Hans J., assignor.) 

Austin, Frederick C. (See French, James C, assignor.) 

Austin, Frederick C. (See Rosendahl. Nils M., assignor.) 

Austin, Frederick C. (See Stahl, Charles E., assignor.) 

Austin. Frederick C, Chicago, III. Tractor. No. 1,402,134 ; 

• Jan. 3. 

Austin, Harold E. (See Cook, J. C, and Austin.) 

Austin. Henry IC, Reading, Mass. Soldering-tool. No. 
1,427,770 ; Sept. 5. 

Austin. Herbert A., Chicago, 111. Hose supporter. No. 
1.409,355; Mar. 14. 

Austin. Howard, assignor of one-half to W. L. Svmons. 
Washington, D. C. Flexible wrench. No. 1,431,208: 
Oct. 10. 

Austin, James B., Dolgeville, N. Y. Paper-cutting device. 
No. 1,434,475 ; Nov. 7. 

Austin, James D., and T. Roberts, Harrisburg, 111. Sign 
carrier. No. 1,422,911 ; July 18. 

Austin, John T.. assignor to The Austin Organ Company, 
Hartford, Conn. Resonator for reed pipes. No 
1,419,486; June 13. 

Austin Manufacturing Co. (See Liddell, Moses V., as- 
signor.) 

Austin Manufacturing Company. (See Wilson, Frederick 
D.. assignor.) 

Austin, Marcus E., and E. B. Hoffman, Detroit. Mich., 
assignors of one-half to J. S. Hoffmnn, Monroe, Mich. 
Tractor wheel. No. 1,405,252 ;. Jan. 31. 

Austin Organ Company. (See Austin, Basil G., assignor.) 

Austin Organ Company, The. (See Austin, John T., as- 
signor. 1 

Austin, Walter J. (See Willows, E. T., and Austin.) 



Austin, Walter M., Swissvale. Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Tripping 
device. No. 1,408,243; Feb. 28. 

Ausubel, Herman, New York, N. Y. Holder for tooth- 
cleaning articles. No. 1,424,434 ; Aug. 1. 

Auto Accessories Mfg. Co. (See Leitch, John H., assignor. V 

Auto Lift and Carrier Company. (See McCarthy, Thomas 
J., assignor.) 

Auto-Ordnance Corporation. .(See Eickhoff, Theodore H., 
assignor. ) 

Auto-Ordnance Corporation. (See Payne, Oscar Y., as- 
signor.) 

Auto-Ordnance Corporation. (See Thompson, John T., as- 
signor. > 

Auto Pneumatic Action Company, The. (See Danquaid, 
Thomas, assignor.) 

Auto Safety Device Company. (See Mehlen, Otto F.,. 
assignor.) 

Auto Sales and Service Company. (See Penrod, William 
F., assignor.) 

Auto Specialties Manufacturing Co. (See Bair, Clarence 
L., assignor.) 

Auto Utilities Manufacturing Company. (See Breidert, 
George C, assignor.) 

Auto Water Heater Corporation. (See Hawley, Wil- 
liam H., assignor.) 

Automatic Arc Welding Company. (See Morion. Harry 
D., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Automatic Burner Corporation. (See Sehroeder, Oscar C, 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Brake Company. (See Farmer, R. Z.,. 
and Marsh, assignors.) 

Automatic Electric Brake Company. (See Farmer, Rob- 
ert Z., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Blessing, John G., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Brown, Henry B., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Erickson, John, as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Groh, Bernard C, 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Jacobsen, Emil, as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Keith, Alexander E.^ 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Malmberg, Anders M.. 
assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Martin, Talbot G.,. 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Owen, William W., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Richardson, Rodney 
G., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Setter, Michnel, as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See^ Smith, Arthur B., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Wicks, John, as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Heater Company. (See Clark, Warren 
F., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Washer Co. (See Nelson, J., and 
Seeds, assignors.) 

Automatic Machinery Company, The. (See Purcell, Ben- 
jamin H.. assignor.! 

Automatic Machinery & Equipment Company. (See Bird. 
Peter E.. assignor.) 

Automatic Machinery and Equipment Company. (See 
Lloyd. John T., assignor.) 

Automatic Mail Exchange Co. (See Millsaps, Daniel W. v 
assignor.) 

Automatic Non-Rewinding Reel Company. (See Gotts- 
chau, Christian M., assignor.) 

Automatic Packing & Labeling Company. (See Gwinn r 
G. W., and Leary, assignors.) 

Automatic Packing & Labeling Company. (See Gwinn, 
George W., assignor.) 

Automatic Packing & Labeling Company. (See Leary, 
James W.. assignor.) 

Automatic Products Company. (See Whitman, Charles 
F., assignor.) 

Automatic Recording Safe Company, The. (See Fisher, 
Charles, assignor.) 

Automatic Refrigerating Company. (See Marshall. Albert 
T., assignor.) 

Automatic Safety Tire Valve Corporation. (See Heath, 
Harry E.. assignor.) 

Automatic Seating Company, (See Erickson, John E.. 
assignor.) 

Automatic Signal & Sign Company. (See Myers, Parke 
G., assignor.) 

Automatic Sliding Trolley Company. (See Moore, Giles 
S. and 0.. assignors.) 

Automatic Sprinkler Company of America. (See Brum- 
baugh. John H„ assignor.) 

Automatic Sprinkler Company of America. (See Lowe, 
Ernest A., assignor.) 

Automatic Straight Air Brake Company. (See Nenl, Spen- 
cer G., assignor.) 

Automatic Takeup Nut Company. (See Gumber, J., anct 
Fearheiley. assignors.) 

Automatic Ticket Register Corporation. (See Helsel. 
Reuben H., assignor.) 



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Automatic Truck Brake Company. (See Pasehkc, Otto H., 
assignor. ) 

Automatic Wrapping Machine Co. (See Scholin, Axel, 
assignor.) 

Automatic Wrapping Machine Co. (See Scholin, Axel R.. 
assignor.) 

Automobile Appliances Co. (See Stockum, H. J., and 
Van Sciver, assignors.) 

Automotive Gas Producer Corporation. (See Smith, David 
J., assignor.) 

Automotive Gas Producer Corporation. (See Tulloeh, 
Thomas G.. assignor.) 

Automotive Parts Company. (See Schwitzer, Louis, as- 
signor.) 

Automotive Radiator Machine Company. (See Schulz, 
Clyde E., assignor.) 

Autoplane Company of America. (See McWorter, John 
E.. assignor.) 

Autopoint Pencil Company. (See Hasselqnist, Hugo S., 
assignor.) 

Autopoint Pencil Company. (See Keeran, C. R., and 
Taylor, assignors.) 

Autosales Corporation. (See Grover. Albert D., assignor.) 

Auvil, Daniel M.. Elbe, Wash. Speed-changing mechanism. 
No. 1.404.0S1 ; Jan. 17. 

Available Truck Company, The. (See Rath. Joseph J., 
assignor. 1 

Avan. Charles E., Los Angeles, assignor to J. C. Martin, 
jr., San Francisco, Calif. Paying brick. No. 1,438,679; 
Dec. 12. 

Avander, Fritz A., and X. A. II. Nilsson and C. G. Ekman, 
assignors to Akticholaget C.' E. Johansson, Eskilstuna, 
Sweden. Gauge for measuring internal dimensions. 
No- 1,430,980 ; Dec. 26. 

Avellar, Joseph A. (See Pattberg, George A., assignor.) 

Avera, Arch IT., Florence, Ala. Furnace for oxidation of 
atmospheric nitrogen. No. 1,420,013; Sept. 12. 

Averill. Earl A.. Mount Vernon, N. Y., assignor to Loco- 
motive Feed Water Heater Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Locomo'tive feed-water heaters. No. 1,412.597; Apr. 11. 

Averill. Earl A.. Mount Vernon. N. Y., assignor to Loco- 
motive Feed Water Heater Company. Means for pro- 
tecting pressure gauges on fluetuating-pressure water 
linos. No. 1.424.145 : Aug. 1. 

Averill. Earl A.. Mount Vernon. N. Y., assignor to Loco- 
motive Feed Water Heater Companv. Locomotive feed- 
water-heater system. No. 1.429.553: Sept. 19. 

Averill. Elias M.. Sparta, Mich. Collapsible box. No. 
1.422,912; July 18. 

Averill. Rex G.. assignor to The Ohio Brass Company, 
Mansfield. Ohio. Anticoupling mechanism. No. 
1,433,924 : Oct. 31. 

Averill. William H., assignor to Bell Clip Manufacturing 
Co., Boston, Mass. Display holder for price cards, etc. 
No. 1,438.009: Dec. 5. 

Averitt. Robert W., Fort Worth, Tex. Water heater. No. 
1.422.521 ; July 11. 

Avers. Otis H., Cattaraugus, N. Y. Float gauge. No 
1.414.927: Mav 2. 

Avery. Allen. Crawfordville, Ark. Tag holder. No. 
1.438.S07 : Dec. 12. 

Avery. Arthur D.. Los Angeles, Calif. Holder. No. 
1,403.464; Jan. 10. 

Avery, B. F., and Sons. (See Ray, Charles T., assignor.) 

Avery. Charles E.. Trenton, assignor to Manhattan Elec- 
trical Supply Company. Inc.. Jersey City, N. J. Elec- 
tromagnet. No. 1.413.374 ; Apr. 18. 

Avery, Clvde 'H., Boston. Mass. Sounding wheeled toy. 
No. 1.432.520: Oct. 17. 

Avery, David, assignor to Amalgamated Zinc (De Bavay's) 
Limited, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Recovery of 
lead and silver from sulphide ores and metallurgical 
products. No. 1.402,732; Jan. 10. 

Avery. David, Melbourne. Victoria, and R. H. Stevens, 
Hobart, Tasmania. Australia, assignor to Electrolvtie 
Zinc Company, Australasia Proprietary Limited, Mel- 
bourne, Australia. Recovery of zinc by electrolvsis. 
No. 1.403.065 : Jan. 10. 

Avery. David. Melbourne. Victoria. R. H. Stevens, and 
R. T. D. Williams. Risdon, Hobart, Tasmania, as- 
signors to Electrolytic Zinc Company of Australia, 
Proprietary Limited. Melbourne. Victoria, Australia. 
Electrolytic treatment of ores containing zinc, cad- 
mium, and copper. No. 1.426.703 : Aug. 22. 

Averv Ezra S.. and O: O. Fusch. San Jose, Calif. Electric 
flatiron. No. 1.433.061 : Oct. 24 

Avery, Frederick, New York, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Message-register 
system. No. 1,409.913 ; Mar. 21. 

Avery, Irving F. (See Press. J. H.. and Averv. 1 

Avery, Thomas J.. Albia. Iowa. Combination scraper. 
charger, and tamper. No. 1.421.358: Julv 4. 

Avery, True M.. assignor to Arrow Grip Manufacturing 
Co. Inc.. Glens Falls, N. Y. Nonskid device. No. 
1,409.643 ; Mar. 14. 

Avery, True M., assignor to Arrow Grip Manufacturing 
Co., Tne.. Glens Falls. N. Y. Roller-base lifting jack. 
No. 1415.857; Mav 16. 

Avery. W. & T., Limited. (See Gilbert, Arthur S., as- 
signor. ) 

Avery. W. & T., Limited. (See Howell, J., and Brown, 
assignors. 1 

Avmy. W. H. (See Scbanman, Karl O., assignor.) (Re- 
issue.) 



Avery, William, Foxboro, Mass. Taper attachment for 
lathes. No. 1,427,510; Aug. 29. 

Aves, Frank W., Chicago, 111. Lingerie clasp. No. 
1,412,813 ; Apr. 11. 

Avey Drilling Machine Company, The. (See Mirrielees, 
James F., assignor.) 

Avolio, Vincenzo, and F. Lattanzi, Portland, Oreg. Sand- 
ing machine. No. 1,417.293 ; May 23. 

Avram, M. IP, & Co. (See Kemp, Robert, assignor.) 

Avril, Joseph, assignor of one-half to L. C. Alexander, 
Los Angeles, Calif. , Box couch. No. 1,417,442 ; May 23. 

Ax, Erick L., North Braddock, Pa. Safety pliers. No. 
1,434,646; Nov. 7. 

Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company, 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window construction. No. 
1.407,314 ; Feb. 21. 

Axelman, Mayer, Chicago, 111. Traveling bag. No. 
1,403,476 ; Jan. 17. 

Axelsson, Johan A., Eskilstuna, Sweden. Chuck. No. 
1,426,704 ; Aug. 22. 

Axelton, Andrew. Graettinger, Iowa. Agricultural imple- 
ment. No. 1,418,123 ; May 30. 

Axen, John L., Oak Park, 111., assignor to National Gauge 
& Equipment Company, La Crosse, Wis. Assembling 
electrical measuring instruments. No. 1,419,099 ; 
June 6. 

Axle Lock Corporation. (See Siegel, Ernest, assignor.) 

Axtell. Clinton J., Schencetady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electrical system of power trans- 
" mission and regenerative braking. No. 1,413,091; 
Apr. 18. 

Ayala. John M., Honolulu, Hawaii. Bread-slicing ma- 
chine. No. 1,418,511 ; June 6. 

Ayala, Jos6 A., Caracas, Venezuela. Automobile head- 
light. No. 1,427,085 ; Aug. 20. 

Ayer, Frederic E., Akron, Ohio. Ash receiver. No. 
1,408.970; Mar. 7. 

Ayers. Guy, Libertyville, 111. Wrench. No. 1,428,466 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Ayers, Joseph G.. jr., Montclair, assignor to Hyatt Roller 
Bearing Companv. Harrison, N. J. Hardness-testing 
machine. No. 1,429,481 : Sept. 19. 

Ayers, Theodore C, St. Clairsville, Ohio. Traction device 
for nonskid chains. No. 1,417.130 ; May 23. 

Ayle, Earl V.. Sidney, Nebr. Seesaw and merry-go-round. 
No. 1.436,426; Nov. 21. 

Aylesworth, Arthur J., Lakeside, Mich. Fan. No. 
1,436,850; Nov. 28. 

Aylesworth, Arthur J., Lakeside, Mich. Fan. No. 
1,436,851 ; Nov. 28. 

Ayling, Arthur W., Toledo, Ohio. Sanitary clean-out plug. 
No. 1,436,331 : Nov. 21. 

Aymar, Carl, Providence, R. I. Cuff button. No. 
1,409,514 ; Mar. 14. 

Aymard, Malcolm F. L. A.. Colchester, England. Variable- 
speed gearing. No. 1.423,067 : July 18. 

Ayotte, Joseph R., Chicago, 111. Storm protector for 
windshields of automobiles. No. 1,418,121 ; May 30. 

Ayotte, Joseph R., Chicago, 111. Wrench or other tool. 
No. 1,424,794 : Aug. 8. 

Ayotte, Joseph R„ Chicago, 111. Wrench. No. l,43S.165r 
Dec. 12. 

Ayotte, Joseph R., Chicago, 111., assignor to Code Manu- 
facturing Company. Rotatable hand tool. No. 
1.419.100 ; June 6. 

Ayre, William W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Game. No. 1,420,400 ; 
June 20. 

Ayres, Elwood B., and H. Bogaty. assignors to Proctor 
& Schwartz, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Air baffle 
for driers. No. 1,412,598 ; Apr. 11. 

Ayres. Elwood B.. assignor to Proctor & Schwarts. Incor- 
porated, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for drying clay 
bodies. No. 1.429.997 : Sept. 26. 

Ayres. Elwood B., assignor to Proctor & Schwartz, Incor- 
porated, Philadelphia. Pa. Fan. No.. 1,430.486 : Sept. 26. 

Ayres. Elwood B., assignor to Proctor & Schwartz. In- 
corporated. Philadelphia, Pa. Trav-fiushing mechanism. 
No. 1.431.770 : Oct. 10. 

Ayres, Elwood B.. assignor to Proctor & Schwartz. In- 
corporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Drier. No. 1.439.2S4 : 
Dec. 19. 

Ayres, Elwood B.. and T. H. Rhoads, assignors to Proc- 
tor & Schwartz, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Drier. 
No. 1.423,298; July 18. 

Ayres. Hiram D., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Tire-testing 
method and machine. No. 1,408,159; Feb. 28. 

Ayres, Hiram D.. Akron. Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Companv. New York. N. Y. Vulcanizing rub- 
ber articles. No. 1.408.678: Mar. 7. 

Ayers. John T.. Montreal. Quebec. Canada. Process of 
and apparatus for washing paper-machine felts. No. 
1,438,286 ; Dec. 12. 

Aze. Emiln. (See Bnice. O. L.. and Az<v1 

B. B. Hanak Company. (See Wilson. Morris, assignor.) 

B.-B. Manufacturing and Drilling Company. (See Math- 
ews. Samuel J., assignor.) 

B. B. Specialty Co. (See Burke, C. E., and Beckwith, as- 
signors.) 

B. B. Specialty Company. (See Burke, Claton E., as- 
signor.) 

B. O. T. Mfg. Co. (See Tilden, Bert O.. assignor.) 

B R E Manufacturing Company. (See Leslie. Freeland D., 
assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FBOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



B. S. A. Guns, Limited. (See Norman, George, assignor.) 

B. S. A. Tools, Limited. (See Lewis, Frank M., assignor.) 

B. V. D. Company, The. (See Erlanger, Charles S., as- 
signor.) 

B. & B. Photographic Co. (See Barber, Anthony A., as- 
signor.) 

B. & W. Tool & Die Co., The. (See Billings, William W., 
assignor.) 

Baar, Emil N. (See Evans, William F., assignor.) 

Baba, Franz, Irvington, N. J. Incubator. No. 1,413,887; 
Apr. 25. 

Babb, Ailene, and E. B. Harris, Hillsboro, Oreg. Fruit- 
packing machine. No. 1,412,991 ; Apr. 18. 

Babb, Charles S., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Barber 
Asphalt Paving Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Pipe 
joint and producing it. No. 1,414,800 ; May 2. 

Babbitt, Kay T., Petoskey, Mich. Foot-power-operated ve- 
hicle. No. 1,412,381 ; Apr. 11. 

Babcock, Basil P., assignor to Sprague Canning Ma- 
chinery Company, Chicago, 111. Can-filling machine. 
No. 1,434,766 ; Nov. 7. 

Babcock, Basil P., assignor to Sprague Canning Machinery 
Company, Chicago, 111. Can-filling machine. No. 
1,439,858 ; Dec. 26. 

Babcock, Charles W., Waterloo, Iowa. Auxiliary locking 
means for vaults. No. 1,426,946 ; Aug. 22. 

Babcock, Everett P., et al. (See Power, Dudley P., as- 
signor.) 

Babcock, Frank, Farwell, Mich. Pump stop. No. 
1,410,282 ; Mar. 21. 

Babcock, George W., Rochester, N. Y. Apparatus for pro- 
ducing sticks of comb honey. No. 1,407,244 ; Feb. 21. 

Babcock, H. H., Company. (See Davis, Francis G., as- 
signor.) 

Babcock, Harry D., Tacoma, Wash. Plate-tightening de- 
vice. No. 1,427,893; Sept. 5. 

Babcock, Henry S., Alma, Mich. Printer's rule and form. 
No. 1,436,852 ; Nov. 28. 

Babcock, Leland A., assignor to Sprague Canning Machin- 
ery Company, Chicago, 111. Pulping machine. No.* 
1,433,523 ; Oct. 31. 

Babcock, Le Koy J., Denver, Colo. Automatic air-brake 
valve for automobile engines. No. 1,420,073 ; June 20. 

Babcock, Milton F., Buffalo, N. Y. Airplane. No. 
1,427,086 ; Aug. 29. 

Babcock Printing Press Manufacturing Company, The. 
(See Britcher, Charles W., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Harter, Isaac, 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Inslee, Heber C, 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Jacobus, David 
S., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Lewis, Nathan 
E., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. ( See Stevens, J. A., 
and Pratt, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Wood, Benjamin 
F., assignor.) 

Babendreer, Albert, Biloxi, Miss. Can-filling apparatus. 
No. 1,420,401 ; June 20. 

Babka, Stanley, et al. (See Kozlosky, Theodore, as- 
signor.) 

Bable, Edward M., Sistersville, W. Va., assignor of one- 
half to T. S. Hanes, Kanauga, Ohio. Nut lock. No. 
1,418,050; May 30. 

Babson, Henry B., and J. J. Stampen, Chicago, 111. Valve. 
No. 1,416,771 ; May 23. 

Bacchi, Berico. Orange, N. J. Leg guard for motor cycles. 
No. 1,431,866; Oct. 10. 

Bach, Emmann, Woonsocket, R. I. Self-opening knurling 
tool. No. 1,422,649 ; July 11. 

Bach, Emmann, and J. Stuart, Woonsocket, R. I. Safety- 
razor-blade holder. No. 1,418,352 ; June 6. 

Bach, Irvin S., East Rockaway, assignor to Adams-Bach 
Hdkf. Mfg. Co., New York. N. Y. Handkerchief set. No. 
1,419,658; June 13. 

Bach, Neils P., Millhurn, N. J., assignor to Perfect Vacuum 
Canning Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
sealing containers. No. 1.423,591 ; July 25. 

Bach. William F., Chicago, 111. Self-scouring crushing 
machine. No. 1,434,360 ; Nov. 7. 

Bacharach, Herman, assignor to Bacharach Industrial In- 
strument Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Device for measur- 
ing the velocity of gases. No. 1,419,798 ; June 13. 

Bacharach Industrial Instrument Company. (See Bacha- 
rach, Herman, assignor.) 

Bache-Wiig, Carl, and J. Bache-Wiig, Portland, Me. ; 
said J. Bache-Wiig assignor of eighty per cent of his 
interest to said C. Bache-Wiig. Preparing fibrous pulp 
material. No. 1,418,353 ; June 6. 

Bache-Wiic, John. (See Bache-Wiig, Carl and J.) 

Bachila, Fred, Walkerville, Ontario, Canada. Level. No. 
1,437,164; Nov. 28. 

Baehle, Andrew. (See Elbertz, Frank V., assignor.) 

Bachman, Franklin H. (See Bachman, Reuben H. and 
F. II.) 

Bachman, John S., Rome, Ga. Twister. No. 1,435,789 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Bachman. Joseph A.. Austin, Tex. Cotton tramper. No. 
1,412,824; Apr. 18. 

Bachman. Reuben II. and F. H., Allentown, Pa. Nonskid 
device for automobile tires. No. 1,429,825 ; Sept. 19. 



Bachman, Walter S., Chicago, 111. Sterilizing attachment 
for water-supply pipes. No. 1,435,790 ; Nov. 14. 

Bachmann, Wilhelm. (See Zsigmondy, R., and Bachmann.) 

Bachofen, Theodor, West Hoboken, N. J. Woven-in knife 
for pile-fabric looms. No. 1,418,512 ; June 6. 

Bachrach, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Inkwell. No. 
1,404,681 ; Jan. 24. 

Bachrik, Joseph, Smithdale, Pa. Detachable handle for 
containers. No. 1,400,811 ; Feb. 14. 

Back, Henry S., Retsil, Wash. Portable gold-saving 
machine. No. 1,439,055 ; Dec. 19. 

Backhaus, Arthur A. (See Whitaker, M. C, and Back- 
haus.) 

Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to U. S. In- 
dustrial Alcohol Co. Apparatus for making ethylene. 
No. 1,402,336 ; Jan. 3. 

Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to U. S. In- 
dustrial Alcohol Co. Production of halogenated hydro- 
carbons. No. 1,402,337 ; Jan. 3. 

Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to U. S. In- 
dustrial Alcohol Co. Apparatus for the production of 
halogenated hydrocarbons. No. 1,402,338 ; Jan. 3. 

Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to U. S. 
Industrial Alcohol Co. Apparatus for producing high- 
grade esters. No. 1,403,224 ; Jan. 10. 

Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to U. S. 
Industrial Alcohol Co. Apparatus for esterification. 
No. 1,403,225 ; Jan. 10. 

Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to TJ. S. 
Industrial Alcohol Co. Liquid fuel. No. 1,419,910 ; 
June 20. 

Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to U. S. In- 
dustrial Alcohol Co. Apparatus for the manufacture of 
esters. No. 1,425,624 ; Aug. 15. 

Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to U. S. In- 
dustrial Alcohol Co. Manufacture of esters. No. 
1,425,625 ; Aug. 15. 

Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to U. S. In- 
dustrial Alcohol Co. Production of ester condensation 
products. No. 1,425,626 ; Aug. 15. 

Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore, and F. B. Arentz, 
Curtis Bay, Md., assignors to V. S. Industrial Alcohol 
Co. Apparatus for making aldehydes and separating 
the same from the other products formed. No. 
1,426,449 ; Aug. 22. 

Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to U. S. 
Industrial Alcohol Co. Apparatus for the production 
of aldehydes. No. 1,437,483 : Dec. 5. 

Backhaus, Arthur A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to TJ. S. 
Industrial Alcohol Co. Making plastic compositions 
and products thereof. No. 1,437,952 ; Dec. 5. 

Backlind, Fredrick N., Detroit, Minn. Hen's nest. No. 
1,431,278; Oct. 10. 

Backman, Herman, assignor to Variety Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Fire door, safety gate, and the 
like. No. 1,415,977 ; May 16. 

Backman, Kenneth B. (See Cuppett, William B., assignor.) 

Backmire, George IL, Collegeville, Pa. Holder or sup- 
port. No. 1,438,808 ; Dec. 12. 

Backscheider, Frank J., deceased, Cincinnati, Ohio; S. 
Backscheider, administratrix. Portable electric tool. 
No. 1,407,622; Feb. 21. 

Backscheider, Sarah, administratrix. (See Backscheider, 
Frank J.) 

Backus Novelty Company. (See Gay, Ira A., assignor.) 

Backus, George W., Los Angeles, Calif. Dishwasher. No. 
1,414,928 ; May 2. 

Bac-Lite Corporation, The. (See Ellithorpe, Gilbert S., 
assignor. ) 

Baco Electric Co. (See Nelson, Nels A., assignor.) 

Bacon, Casper L. (See Thaxton, Thomas W.. assignor.) 

Bacon, Charles A., South Bend, Ind. Chilled moldboard 
and point for plows and making same. No. 1,439,937 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Bacon, Charles V., Mahwah, N. J. Recovering iron oxide 
and other products from spent iron sludge. No. 
1,428,521 ; Sept. 12. 

Bacon, Frank W., Los Angeles, Calif. Directory. No. 
1,418,269 ; June 6. 

Bacon, Lee O. (See Zuck, O. C, and Bacon.) 

Bacon, Nathaniel T., Peace Dale, R. I., assignor to The 
Solvay Process Company, Solvay, N. Y. Process of 
recovering ammonium chloride from solution. No. 
1,416,772 ; May 23. 

Bacon, Raymond F. (See Davis, II. S., and Bacon.) 

Bacon, Raymond F., and H. S. Davis, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
assignors to Texas Gulf Sulphur Company, Bay City, 
Tex. Solidifying sulphur. No. 1,419,911 ; June 20. 

Bacon, Raymond F., and B. T. Brooks, assignors to Gulf 
Refining Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture of 
gasoline. No. 1,439,683 ; Dec. 26. 

Bacot, Bvron L, McComb, Miss. Tile-molding machine. 
No. 1,419,198 ; June 13. " 

Baczenski, Edward, Hamtramck, Mich. Trolley - wheel 
harp. No. 1.406.812 : Feb. 14. 

Badagliacca, Joseph, Paterson, N. J. Safety seat for 
window cleaners. No. 1,437,484 ; Dec. 5. 

Baddeley, Benjamin F., assignor of forty-nine per cent to 
J. C. King, San Francisco, Calif. Paddle propeller. No. 
1,428,873 ; Sept. 12. 

Badenbausen, John P., Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-generat- 
ing system for locomotives. No. 1,404.420 ; Jan. 24. 

Badenhausen. John P.. Philadelphia, Pa. Superheater. 
No. 1,404,565; Jan. 24. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Bader Walter, Spondon, near Derby, England, and D. A. 
Nightingale, Cumberland, Md. Manufacture of aromatic 
derivatives. No. 1,439,925 ; Oct. 31. 
Badger Excavator Co. (See Draeger, Lloyd H., assignor.) 
Badger. George L.. Quincy, assignor to ilollidge Badger 
Corporation. Boston. Mass. Internal-combustion en- 
gine. No. 1,413,213; Apr. 18. 
Badger, Le Roy H., Oak Park, 111., assignor to De Remer 
Blatehford Company, Chicago, 111. Ladder construction. 
No. 1,421,372 ; July 4. 
Badger Manufacturing Corporation. (See French, Harry 

L., assignor.) 
Badger Manufacturing Corporation. (See Hathaway, 

C. H., and Starck, assignors.) 
Badger Manufacturing Corporation. (Sec- Hathaway, 

Charles H., assignor.) 
Badger Manufacturing Corporation. (See Isgrig, Walter 

V., assignor.) 
Badger Manufacturing Corporation. (See Starck, Wil- 
liam A., assignor.) 
Badger Tool Company. (See 1 Gardner, Edward B., as- 
signor.) 
Badich, George, Knoxville, Tenn. Nonslipping shoe tongue. 

No. 1,419,199; June 13. ^ 

Badier, Louis G. (See Holliday, L. B., and Badier.) 
Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Bosch, C, and 

Meiser, assignors.) 
Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Bosch, Carl, as- 
signor.) 
Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Giintber, Fritz, 

assignor.) 
Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Luttringhaus, A., 

and Blangey, assignors.) 
Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Mittasch, A., and 

Schumann, assignors.) 
Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Mittasch, A., 

and Winkler, assignors.) 
Badische, Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Mittasch, A., Jan- 
nek, and Wietzel, assignors.) 
Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Schumann, G. C. 

and Steimmig, assignors.) 
Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Villiger, V., and 

von Krannichfeldt, assignors.) 
Badische Maschinenfabrik & Eisengiesserei vormals G. 
Sebold und Sebold & Neff. (See Wenninger, Ludwig, 
assignor.) tt „ 

Badowski, Alfred, assignor to Tirometer Valve Corpora- 
tion of America, Charleston, W. Va. Transparent cap 
for tire-stem pressure gauges. No. 1,429,313; Sept. 19. 
Badowski, Alfred, assignor to Tirometer Valve Corpora- 
tion of America, Charleston, W. Va. Transparent cap 
for tire-stem pressure gauges. No. 1,429,314 ; Sept. 19. 
Badowski, Alfred, assignor to Tirometer Valve Corpora- 
tion of America, Charleston, W. Va. Transparent cap 
for tire-stem pressure gauges. No. 1,429,315; Sept. 19. 
Baecker. Inez W., Chicago, 111. Gas-burner attachment. 

No. 1,429. 82G; Sept. 19. 
Baehn, Frederick, Jersey City, N. J. Tide power. No. 

1,407,623; Feb. 21. 
Baehr, Arthur D., Detroit, Mich. Toy aeroplane. No. 

1,420,805 ; June 27. 
Baehr, Gustave, Paris, France. Vehicle top. No. 1,419,799 ; 

June 13. 
Baekeland, Leo H., Yonkers, N. Y. Plastic condensation 

products from ortho-cresol. No. 1,401,953 ; Jan. 3. 
Baekeland, Leo H., Yonkers, assignor to Bakelite Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Composition containing 
phenolic condensation products and preparing the same. 
No. 1,439,056. Dec. 19. 
Baer, Carl J., Riverside, 111. Boat. No. 1,403,828 ; Jan. 17. 
Baer, Carl J., St. Louis, Mo. Boat. No. 1,406,602 ; 

Feb. 14. 
Baer, David H. (See Galpin, G., and Baer.) 
Baer, Jacob A.. Honesdale, Pa. Air valve for fuel tanks. 

No. 1,425,358 ; Aug. S. 
Baer, Lawrence E., assignor to Baer & Wilde Company, 
Attleboro, Mass. Jewelry container. No. 1,420,232 ; 
June 20. 
Baer, Lawrence E., assignor to Baer & Wilde Company, 

Attleboro, Mass. Buckle. '. No. 1,437,333 ; Nov. 28. 
Baer, Richard. New York, N. Y. Container seal. No. 

1,419,912 ; June 20. 
Baer, Richard, New York, N. Y. Collar. No. 1,427,752; 

Aug 29. 
Baer, Richard, and H. Kopp, New York, N. Y. Locking 
device for motor vehicles. (Reissue.) No. 15,353 ; 
May 16. v 
Baer, William H.. Portland, assignor to The Russell Mfg. 
Co., Middletown, Conn. Man's garter. No. 1,434,729 ; 
Nov. 7. 
Baer & Wilde Company. (See Baer, Lawrence E., as- 
signor.) 
Baerbalck, Hans. Hamilton, Ohio. Crank-shaft lathe. No. 

1,431,919 ; Oct. 17. 
Baeseler, Heinrich F. E., assignor to Akt. Ges. vorm. 
Seidel & Naumann. Dresden, Germany, Noiseless pawl 
and ratchet mechanism. No. 1,409,814 ; Mar. 14. 
Baeseler, Heinrich F. E., assignor to Akt. Ges. vorm. Seidel 
& Naumann, Dresden, Germany. Platen lock. No. 
1,426,242; Aug. 15. 
Baeseler, Heinrich F. E., assignor to Akt. Ges. vorm. Seidel 
& Naumann, Dresden, Germany. Arrangement of the 
paper-pressing rollers of typewriting machines. No. 
1,426,243 ; Aug. 15. 



Baeseler, Heinrich F. E., assignor to Firm : Aktien- 
gesellschaft vorm. Seidel & Naumann, Dresden, Ger- 
many. Typewriter - accent - key mechanism. No. 
1,439,057; Dec. 19. 

Baeseler, Heinrich F. E., assignor to Firm : Aktien- 
gesellschaft vorm. Seidel & Naumann, Dresden-A, 
Germany. Automatic ribbon-reversing mechanism. No. 
1,439,058; Dec. 19. 

Baetz, Henry, assignor to F. . A. C. Skinner and M. G. 
Skinner, St. Louis, Mo. Paper-making machine. No. 
1,438,210 ; Dec. 12. 

Baetz, Henry, assignor to Skinner Bros. Mfg. Co., 
St. Louis, Mo. Paper-making machine. No. 1,438,211 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Baffetti, Achille A., Chicago, 111. Treating rubber tires. 
No. 1,412,992; Apr. 18. 

Bagby, Edward A., Couchwood, La. Automobile-wheel at- 
tachment. No. 1,410,871 ; Mar. 28. 

Eager, Frederic E., Kanosha, Wis., assignor to Frederick 
C. Austin, Chicago, 111. Liquid-distributor discharge 
mechanism. No. 1,421,373 ; July 4. 

Bager, Svante R. W. M. (See Ferris, W., and Eager.) 

Bagg, Hollis B., Watertown, Conn., assignor to Scovill 
Manufacturing Company. Scale-balancing device. No. 
1,411,600 ; Apr. 4. 

Bagi, Louis, assignor of one-half to J. Makay, Granite 
City, 111. Roller surfacing or polishing machine. No. 
1,429,316; Sept. 19. 

Bagi, Louis, assignor of one-half to J. Makay, Granite 
City, 111. Roller surfacing or polishing machine. No. 
1,429,317 ; Sept. 19. 

Bagley, Joseph D., Springville, Utah. Treating photo- 
graphic dry plates or films. No. 1,417,791 ; May 30. 

Bagnall, Francis E. (See Wilkie, J. B., and Bagnall.) 

Bagnell, Robert A., St. Louis, Mo. Trough. No. 1,421,374 ; 
July 4. 

Bagnulo, Alberto, Turin, Italy. Internal-combustion and 
hot-air engine. No. 1,423,705 ; July 25. 

Bahl, Errold G., Lincoln, Nebr. Aeroplane fuselage and 
building same. No. 1,424,066; July 25. 

Bahnsen, Sophus P., West Hartlepool, England. Ton- 
nage recorder for ships. No. 1,409,914 ; Mar. 21. 

Bahnson, Frederic F., Winston-Salem, N. C. Hygroinetric 
device. No. 1,439,217; Dec. 19. 

Bahr, August T. J., assignor of one-half to E. F. Karr, 
Chicago, 111., one-fourth to F. Heiberg, and one-fourth 
to C. Franks, St. Louis, Mo. Clean-out attachment for 
toilets. No. 1,437,582 ; Dec. 5. 

Bahuzky, John J., Chicago, 111. Window or door lock. 
No. 1,433,671 ; Oct. 31. 

Baier, Frederick C, assignor of one-half to E. B. Howorka, 
Chicago, 111. Mercury motor. No. 1,414,322 ; Apr. 25. 

Bailard, Willis R., Berkeley, Calif. Tractor. No. 1,435,910 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Baile, Charles F., Sykesville, Md. Beekeeper's appliance. 
No. 1,429,827 ; Sept. 19. 

Bailey, Alfred A., Spokane, Wash. Manifold. No. 
1,418,270 ; June 6. 

Bailey, Arthur H., Los Angeles, Calif. Sash weight. No. 
1,406,917; Feb. 14. 

Bailey, Charles A., Cromwell, Conn. Handle and connected 
part. No. 1,403,375 ; Jan. 10. 

Bailey, Charles A., Cromwell, Conn. Toy pistol. No. 
1,432,148; Oct. 17. 

Bailey, Charles F., Lawton, England. Kiln for, firing pot- 
tery and other ware. No. 1,434,730 ; Nov.' 7. 

Bailey, Charles H., Cleveland, Ohio. Flowerpot. No. 
1,426,808 ; Aug. 22. 

Bailey, Charles T., and H. B. Wilson, Tampa, Fla. Win- 
dow-shade holder. No. 1,407,624 ; Feb. 21. 

Bailey, Clifford E., Cromwell, assignor to The Stanley 
Works, New Britain, Conn. Spring hinge. No. 
1,427,929 ; Sept. 5. 

Bailey, Curtis D., Massillon, Ohio. Pedal lock. No. 
1,415,425 ; May 9. 

Bailey, Cyrus, Chicago, 111. Carpenter's plane. No. 
1,418,513; June 6. 

Bailey, Emmett L., assignor of one-half to R. L. Bailey, 
Williamson, W. Va. Mine car. No. 1,417,131 ; May 23. 

Bailey, Ervin G., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
Bailey Meter Company, Boston, Mass. Apparatus for 
metering granular materials. No. 1,425,936 ; Aug. 15. 

Bailey, George C, Woodcliffe-on-Hudson, C. W. Fischer, 
Grantwood, N. ,L, and J. F. W. Schulze, Edgewood, Md., 
assignors to The Barrett Company. Purification of sub- 
stances by distillation with a solvent. No. 1,424,138 ; 
July 25. 

Bailey, George C. Woodcliff-on-Hudson, and A. E. 
Craver, Cliffside. N. J., assignors to The Barrett Com- 
pany. Catalytic oxidation of acenaphthene. No. 
1.439,500; Dec. 19. 

Bailey, Gilbert E., and A. E. Sedgwick, Los Angeles', Calif. 
Extracting lithium and potassium from lithium-potas- 
sium ores and also forming potassium alum from such 
ores. No. 1,430,877 ; Oct. 3. 

Bailey. Greenwood, and W. Robertshaw, assignors of one- 
third to H. F. Anderton. Bradford, England. Appara- 
tus for treating wool and other fibrous substances. No. 
1,432,825 ; Oct. 24. 

Bailey, James, assignor to Corning Glass Works, Corning, 
N. Y. Rotating leer and operating same. No. 1,416,595 ; 
May 16. 
Bailey. James A., Toledo, Ohio. Screen hanger. No. 
1,437,036; Nov. 28. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bailev, James G., Knoxville, Term. Sewing-machine needle 
guard. No. 1,407,114; Feb. 21. 

Bailey, James G., Knoxville, Tenn. Clutch. No. 
1,407,115 ; Feb. 21. 

Bailey, James G., Knoxville, Tenn. Stop motion for sewing 
machines. No. 1,407,367 ; Feb. 21. 

Bailey, Leland T., Lynchburg, Va. Tire. No. 1,405,88S ; 
Feb. 7. 

Bailey, Leslie E., Wahiawa, assignor to Hawaiian Pine- 
apple Company, Limited, Honolulu, Hawaii. Machine 
for laying mulches. No. 1,436,139; Nov. 21. 

Bailey, Lewis, Hayden, Ariz., assignor to Minerals Separa- 
tion North American Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Concentration of ores. No. 1,418,514 ; June 6. 

Bailey, Marion M., Detroit, Mich. Vehicle wheel. No. 
1,403,001 ; Jan. 10. 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Bailey, Ervin G., assignor.) 

Bailey, Middlesex^.., Yonkers, N. Y. Means for educa- 
tional tests. No. 1,437,037 ; Nov. 28. 

Bailey, Rand S. ; Montclair. N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Telephone-exchange 
system. No. 1,433,594 ; Oct. 31. 

Bailey, Rand S., Montclair, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Telephone-ex- 
change system. No. 1,434,518; Nov. 7. 

Bailey, Raymond W., Akron, Ohio. Fishing hook. No. 
1,419,903; June 13. 

Bailey, Robert L. (See Bailey, Emmett L., assignor.) 

Bailey. Robert L., Detroit, Mich. Crank shaft. No. 
1,420,905 ; June 27. 

Bailey, Rufus G., San Jose, Calif. Bicycle saddle truss 
and seat-post clamp. No. 1,431,356 : Oct. 10. 

Bailey, Stephen L. (See Douglas, W. W., and Bailey.) 

Bailey, Theodore A., Orlando, Fla. Dental floss holder. 
No. 1,415,765 ; May 9. 

Bailey, Walter H., Toronto, Ontario. Canada, assignor to 
Charles A. Branston Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Vibrator 
for high-frequency electromedical apparatus. No. 
1,431,867 ; Oct. 10. 

Bailev, William E., Washington, D. C. Electrolysis. No. 
1,416,929 ; May 23. 

Bailley, Louis, Columbus, Ohio. Bank, safe, and vault 
lock and the like. No. 1,406.813 ; Feb. 14. 

Baillie, Amelia, assignor to Nathan Krauskopf Co., New 
York, N. Y. Garment. No. 1,411,601 ; Apr. 4. 

Baillv. Armand, Paris, France. Traveling crane. No. 
1.432,378 ; Oct. 17. 

Bailly, Marcel, Paris, France. Holder or container for 
tablets of soap. No. 1,437,217 ; Nov. 28. 

Bailly, Philippe H., Paris, France. Transmission gearing. 
No. 1.410.445 ; Mar. 21. 

Baily, Robert W., Chicago, 111. Plate-bending press. No 
1,437,953 ; Dec. 5. 

Baily, Thaddeus F., Alliance, Ohio. Producing graphite. 
No. 1.420,512; June 20. 

Baily, Thaddeus F., Alliance, Ohio. Apparatus for pro- 
ducing graphite. No. 1,434,519 ; Nov. 7. 

Bain, Benjamin F. (See Vaughan, Thomas M., assignor.) 

Bain, Benjamin F., Pittsburgh, Pa. Mechanical toy. No. 
1,404,728; Jan. 31. 

Bain, David B. (See Keith, G., and Bain.) 

Bain. David S., Nordegg. Alberta, Canada. Gate-actuating 
mechanism. No. 1,432,436; Oct. 17. 

Bain, Frederick, et al. (See Wickstrom. Alfred. a& 
sign or.) 

Bain. Henry, Chicago, 111. Undergarment clasp. No. 
1.438.354; Dec. 12. 

Bain, Hollace H., Shreveport, La. Collapsible receptacle. 
No. 1,412,912 ; Apr. 18. 

Bain, James E.. et al. (See Wickstrom, Alfred, assignor.') 

Bain. Zeno M., Coffee Creek, Mont. Disk sharpener. No. 
1.406.716; Feb. 14. 

Bainbridge, Roy S., Augusta, Kans. Valve-snring com- 
pressor. No. 1,405,253 ; Jan. 31. 

Raines, rharles W. (See Lavaud, Clark, and Baines.) 

Baines Engineering Company, The. (See Baines, Henry 
C, assignor.) 

Baines, Henry C., East Cleveland, assignor to The Baines 
Engineering Company, Canal Dover, Ohio. Trans- 
mission. No. 1,421,375 ; July 4. 

Bains, George B., 3d. (See Atwood, H. N., and Bains.) 

Bair, Clarence L., Detroit, assignor to Auto Specialties 
Manufacturing Co.. St. Joseph, Mich. Vehicle top-bow 
holder. No. 1.40S.160 : Feb. 28. 

Bair, Clarence L., St. Joseph. Mich., assignor to Auto 
Specialties Manufacturing Co., San Francisco, Calif. 
Vehicle bow-top holder. No. 1,408,161 : Feb. 28. 

Bair, Jesse W. (See Harris, D. M., and Bair.) 

Bair, Joseph H., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor of eighteen- 
sixtieths to J. O. David. Philadelphia, Pa., fifteen- 
sixtieths to H. S. Knight, Chicago, 111., and ten-sixtieths 
to L. H. Taylor Jr.. Philadelphia, Pa. Fluid-power 
transmission apparatus. No. 1.423.386: July 18. 

Bair, Peebles & Tooby. (See Peebles, David D.. assignor.) 

Bnird Corn Husker Co. (See Baird, William S., assiirnor.1 

Baird, Frank T., Blue Island, 111. Adapter. No. 1,422,331. 
July 11. 

Baird. Oeorge O., Shrevepoi't, La. Mud shoe. No. 
1,427,571 : Aug. 29. 

Baird Machine Company, The. (See Lewis, Arthur ,T., 
assignor.) 

Baird, William S., Decatur, assignor to Baird Corn Husker 
Co., Champion, 111. Stalk-arm attachment for corn-har- 
vesting machines. No. 1,419,347; June 13. 



Baird, William S., Elmhurst, assignor to American Car 
and Foundry Company, New York, N. Y. Clasp brake 

rigging. No. 1,432,230; Oct. 17. 
Baits, Stuart G., assignor to Essex Motors, Detroit, Mich. 

Starting generator for internal-combustion engines. 

No. 1,440,051 ; Dec. 20. 
Baker, Albert B. (See Collins, Norman H., assignor.) 
Baker, Alfred Z., Newark, N. J. Foldable form. No. 

1,438,083 ; Dec. 5. 
Baker, Arthur R., assignor, by mesne assignments, to C. G. 

McCutchen, Indianapolis, Ind. Igniter trip mechanism. 

No. 1,419,711 ; June 13. 
Baker Brush Company. (See Joerger, F., and Shulman. 

assignors.) 
Baker Casing Shoe Company. (See Baker, Reuben C, 

assignor.) 
Baker. Charles D., Cades, S. C. Automobile fender clamp 

guard. No. 1,439,599; Dec. 15. 
Baker, Charles J., Kearney, N. J. Fowl retainer or holder. 

No. 1,410,640; Mar. 28. 
Baker, Charles L., Lancaster, Pa. Top notch and runner. 

No. 1,429,828; Sept. 19. 
Baker, David B., Hoquiam, Wash. Clothcs-drving rack. 

No. 1,425,231 ; Aug. 8. 
Baker, Dexter C, assignor to Baker-Hansen Manufactur- 
ing Company, Oakland, Calif. Compressor. No. 

1,429,829; Sept. 19. 
Baker, Donald M., Columbus, Ohio. Trap nests. No. 

1,411,397 ; Apr. 4. 
Baker, Edwin H. (See Tabor, Luri, assignor.) 
Baker, Emma D., Nashville, Tenn. Hair curler. No. 

1,416,596; May 16. 
Baker, Erie K., Chicago, 111. Bicycle and motor drive 

therefor. No. 1,436,788 ; Nov. 28. 
Baker, Erie K., assignor to Baker Wheel & Rim Company, 

Chicago, 111. Semiwood wheel for motor trucks. No. 

1,407,829 ; Feb. 2S. 
Baker, Erie K., assignor to Baker Wheel & Rim Company, 

Chicago. III. Semiwood wheel for motor trucks. No. 

1,435,370 ; Nov. 14. 
Baker, Erie K., assignor to Universal Rim Company, 

Chicago, 111. Transput rim. No. 1,435,577 ; Nov. 14. 
Baker; Ernest P., Manson, Iowa. Dispensing apparatus. 

No. 1,422,913 ; July 18. 
Baker, Eugene L., Taunton, Mass. Stove oven. No. 

1,426,032 ; Aug. 15. 
Baker, Fenner B., assignor to Art Needle Manufacturing 

Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Embroidering machine. 

No. 1,409,903 ; Mar. 21. 
Baker Food Products Company. (See Malekow, Philip, 

assignor.) 
Baker, Frank E., and T. J, Biggs, Birmingham, England. 

Motor cycle. No. 1,416,315 ; May 16. 
Baker, Franklin T., Jr., Alexandria, La. Strap for auto- 
mobile tops. No. 1.40S.922; Mar. 7. 
Baker, Fred J., Sioux City, Iowa. Oil cup. No. 1,409,644 ; 

Mar. 14. 
Baker, Frederick, Blackheath, assignor to C. E. Hart, 

Warnford Court, London, England, and H. H. BunyaD 

Maidenhead, England. Sewing machine. No. 1,417,470 , 

May 23. 
Baker, Frederick C, Portland, Oreg. Lighting fixture. 

No. 1,420,806 ; June 27. 
Baker, George H., San Diego, Calif. Window-shade 

holder. No. 1,414,929 ; May 2. 
Baker, George M., Philadelphia, Pa. Reversible and ad- 
justable metal cobbling shoe last. No. 1,434,669; 

Nov. 7. 
Baker, George R., London, England, assignor to Joseph 

Baker Sons and Perkins Company, Incorporated, White 

Plains, N. Y. Machine for use in the manufacture of 

confectionery. No. 1,437,880 ; Dec. 5. 
Baker, George W., Jacksonville, Fla. Self-leveling stove 

for ships. No. 1,421,890 ; July 4. 
Baker, Grover, Temple Hill, 111. Swinging scaffold. No. 

1,436,977 ; Nov. 28. 
Baker-Hansen Manufacturing Company. (See Baker, 

Dexter C. assignor.) 
Baker, Harold J., North Street, Mich. Propeller structure. 

No. 1,435,791 ; Nov. 14. 
Baker, Harold T., and J. D. Haskell. Dayton, Ohio. 

Paper pulp-screen machine. No. 1.429.707 : Sept. 19. 
Baker, Hartley O., assignor to The Baker Steam Motor 

Car and Manufacturing Co. Inc., Pueblo, Colo. Water 

boiler. No. 1,409,515 ; Mar. 14. 
Baker, Hartley O., assignor to The Baker Steam Motor 

Car and Manufacturing Co., Inc., Pueblo, Colo. Pump 

drive apparatus. No. 1,420,807 ; June 27. 
Baker, Hartley O., assignor to The Baker Steam Motor 

Car and Manufacturing Co., Inc., Pueblo, Colo. Valve 

gear. No. 1.424,146 ; Aug. 1. 
Baker, Hartley O., assignor to The Baker Steam Motor 

Car and Manufacturing Co., Inc., Pueblo, Colo. Water- 
tube boiler. No. 1.425,162 : Aug. 8. 
Baker, Henry C, and E. G. Lehman. Canton, assignors. 

by mesne assignments, to United Alloy Steel Corpora- 
tion, Canton, Ohio. Boltless rack shelving. N8. 

1,411,260; Apr. 4. 
Baker, Howard A., El Paso, Tex. Wheel-locking device. 

No. 1.426.534. Aug. 22. 
Baker, Howard H., Buffalo, N. Y. Fuse. No. 1,405,254 ; 

Jan. 31. 
Baker, Howard H., assignor to United States Fuse Cor- 
poration, Buffalo, N. Y. Fuse. No. 1,406,434 ; Feb. 14. 



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Baker, Howard H., assignor to United States Fuse Cor- 
poration. Buffalo. N. Y. Fuse. No. 1,421.376 ; July 4. 

Baker, Hugh J., Indianapolis, Ind. Spacer for reenforce- 
ment. No. 1,409.645; Mar. 14. 

Baker, Hugh J., Indianapolis, Ind. Collapsible falsework 
for concrete floors. No. 1,425,S23 ; Aug. 15. 

Baker, James H., Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Pulp screen. 
No. 1,404,566 ; Jan. 24. 

Baker, James N., Brooklyn, assignor to R. Hoe and Co., 
New York, N. Y. Routing tool. No. 1,423,511 ; July 25. 

Baker, Jesse G. (See Mills, C. A., and Baker.) 

Baker. Jesse H., Henderson, 111. Vaporizing gasket. No. 
1407,113 ; Feb. 21. 

Baker, Jesse J., sr., Freeport, Tex. Rim breaker. No. 
1,436,789 ; Nov. 28. 

Baker, John C. (See Phelps, B. B., Stevenson, and Baker.) 

Baker, John C. (See Wallace, C. F., and Baker.) 

Baker, John C, Ridgefleld Park, assignor to Wallace & 
Tiernan Co. Inc., Belleville, N. J. Maturing and bleach- 
ing flour. No. 1,404,922 ; Jan. 31. 

Baker, John C, Ridgefleld Park, assignor to Wallace & 
Tiernan Co., Inc., Belleville, N. J. Sterilizing water 
and sewage. No. 1,413,153 ; Apr. 18. 

Baker, John C, Ridgefleld Park, assignor to Wallace & 
Tiernan Co. Inc., Belleville, N. J. Bleaching paper and 
fabrics. No. 1,413,154 ; Apr. 18. 

Baker, John C, Ridgefleld Park, N. J., assignor to Albert 
W. Johnston, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of milk 
fat. No. 1,413,092 ; Apr. 18. 

Baker, John F. L., assignor to The Wickes Boiler Com- 
pany, Saginaw, Mich. Boiler. No. 1,408,244 ; Feb. 28. 

Baker, John F. L., Saginaw, Mich., assignor to The Wickes 
Boiler Company, Saginaw, Mich. Stay bolt. No. 
1,411,261 ; Apr. 4. 

Baker, John S., Los Angeles, Calif. Ballot. No. 
1.410.984; Mar. 28. 

Baker, Joseph, & Sons, Limited. (See Prescott, William 
E., assignor.) 

Baker, Joseph, Sons and Perkins Company. (See Baker, 
George R., assignor.) 

Baker. Joseph, Sons & Perkins Company. (See Baker, 
R. E., Ford, and Cummins, assignors.) 

Baker, Joseph, Sons & Perkins Company. (See Baker, 
R. E., Ford, and Elliott, assignors.) 

Baker, Joseph, Sons and Perkins Company. (See Hole, 
Herbert W., assignor.) 

Baker. Joseph, Sons and Perkins Limited. (See Prescott, 
William E., assignor.) . 

Baker; Le Roy, St. Louis, Mo. Paint pigment. No. 
1,413,565 : Apr. 25. 

Baker, Le Rov, St. Louis, Mo. Making pigments. No. 
1,425,436; Aug. 8. 

Baker, Le Roy. St. Louis, Mo. Making pigments. No: 
1,425,437 ; Aug. 8. 

Baker, Lewis S., Ossining, assignor to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Coffee per- 
colator. No. 1,406,814 : Feb. 14. 

Baker, Linnaeus E., assignor to Wayne Oil Tank and 
Pump Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. Scale for trans- 
parent vessels for liquids. No. 1,409,993 ; Mar. 21. 

Baker, Linnaeus E., assignor to Wayne Oil Tank and 
Pump Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. Apparatus for 
housing hose. No. 1,417,484 ; May 30. 

Baker, Malcolm H., deceased, Braintree, Mass. ; M. H. 
Baker, administratrix, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Tremont Products Company. Thermodynamically- 
controlled knife switch. No. 1.407,315; Feb. 21. 

Baker Manufacturing Company, The. (See Baker, Rollyn 
H., assignor.) 

Baker Manufacturing Corporation. (See Case, John J., 
assignor.) 

Baker, Marie, administratrix. (See Baker, Malcolm H.) 

Baker, Max, Richmond, Va. Dishwasher. No. 1,403,999 ; 
Jan. 17. 

Baker. N. L., Manufacturing Co. (See Baker, Norman 
L., assignor.) 

Baker, Newton D., Secretai'y of War, trustee. (See 
Buckendale, Laurence R., assignor.) 

Baker. Newton D., Secretary of War, trustee. (See 
Butler, John S., assignor.) 

Baker, Newton D., Secretary of War, trustee. (See John- 
son, Stuart P., assignor.) 

Baker, Newton D., Secretary of War, trustee. (See Jo- 
sephs, Lymau C, Jr., assignor.) 

Baker, Newton D., Secretary of War. (See Milligan, 
Lowell H., assignor.) 

Baker, Newton D.. Secretary of War, trustee. (See New- 
man, Edwin P. S., assignor.) 

Baker, Newton D., Secretary of War, trustee. (See 
Peoples, John S.. assignor.) 

Baker, Newton D., Secretary of War, trustee. (See Swan, 
John H., assignor.) 

Baker, Newton D., Secretary of War, trustee. (See Swee- 
ney, Orland R., assignor.) 

Baker, Newton D., Secretary of War, trustee. (See Trum- 
bull, H. L., and Evans, assignors.) 

Baker, Norman L., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to N. L. 
Baker Manufacturing Co. Rim for automobile wheels. 
No. 1,405.563 ; Feb. 7. 

Baker, Olaf, et al. (See Scribner, E. W., and Depee, 
assignors.) 

Baker, Orville W., Indianapolis, Ind. Tiston construction. 
No. 1,427,930; Sept. 5. 



Baker, Percy J., Malvern, Pa. Chain fastener. No. 
1,427,572 ; Aug. 29. 

Baker-Perkins Manufacturing Corporation. (See Eggert, 
Gustav B., assignor.) 

Baker-Perkins Manufacturing Corporation. (See Gase, 
Eugene, assignor.) 

Baker, Phillip, Maiden, Mass. Mattress-filling machine. 
No. 1,429,998 ; Sept. 26. 

Baker, Reuben C, assignor to Baker Casing Shoe Com- 
pany, Coalinga, Calif. Dump bailer. No. 1,406,329 ; 
Feb. 14. 

Baker, Reuben C, assignor to Baker Casing Shoe Company, 
Coalinga, Calif. Pitman end. No. 1,424,435 ; Aug. 1. 

Baker, Robert E., Bronxville, E. H. Ford, Brooklyn, and 
I. Elliott, New York, assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to Joseph Baker Sons & Perkins Company, Inc., White 
Plains, N. Y. Pump-operating mechanism for wafer- 
baking machines. No. 1,407,457 ; Feb. 21. 

Baker, Robert E., Bronxville, E. H. Ford, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
and A. F. Cummins, Nutley, N. J., assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Joseph Baker Sons & Perkins Company, 
Inc., White Plains, N. Y. Machine for proving dough. 
No. 1,412,444; Apr. 11. 

Baker, Rollyn H., assignor to The Baker Manufacturing 
Company, Dayton, Ohio. Cup and beverage vending 
device. No. 1,437,485 ; Dec. 5. 

Baker Steam Motor Car and Manufacturing Co., The. 
(See Baker, Hartley O., assignor.) 

Baker Steam Motor Car and Manufacturing Company, 
The. (See Orr, Carleton A., assignor.) 

Baker, Thaddeus R. (See Keeler. Frank F., Sr . assignor.) 

Baker, Thomas V., Napavine, Wash. Saw-filing gauge. 
No. 1,431,087 ; Oct. 3. 

Baker, Vernon E., Elyria, Ohio. Embossing device. No. 
1,402,708 ; Jan. 3. 

Baker, Walter C, assignor to Standard Parts Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Brake mechanism. No. 1,423,901 ; 
July 25. 

Baker, Walter C, assignor to The Standard Parts Com- 
pany, Cleveland. Ohio. Brake mechanism. No. 
1,426.450; Aug. 22. 

Baker, Walter W., and F. W. Franklin, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Tool and holder therefor. No. 1,424,392 : Aug. 1. 

Baker Wheel & Rim Company. (See Baker, Erie K., 
assignor.) 

Baker, William. (See Lane, Samuel E., assignor.) 

Baker, William E., West Norwood, England. Ironing ma- 
chine. No. 1,423,068 ; July 18. 

Baker, William E.. West Norwood, England. Ironing ma- 
chine. No. 1.431,279 ; Oct. 10. 

Baker, William E., and W. F. Sonneman, assignors to 
Wonder Trap Co., Inc., Waco, Tex. Machine for 
manufacturing wire cages. No. 1,424,973 ; Aug. "8. 

Baker, William G., assignor to C. Bodri, New York, N. Y. 
Saw. No. 1,411,899; Apr. 4. 

Baker, William H., Newton, Kans. Calendar. No. 1,436,140 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Baker, William H., Montreal, Quebec, Canada, assignor 
to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. Cop-holding 
skewer for looms. No. 1,416,157 ; May 16. 

Baker, William H., and C. E. Carter, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada ; said Carter assignor to said Baker. Bobbin or 
cop feeler. No. 1,403,728 ; Jan. 17. 

Baker & Company. (See Maculen, F., and Van Allen, 
assignors.) 

Baker & Company. (See Taylor, Arthur B., assignor.) 

Raker & Company. (See Van Allen. George L.. assignor.) 

Bakken, Andrew H. (See Aalborg, C, and Bakken.) 

Bakken, Julia. Northwood, N. Dak. Pie-plate attachment. 
No. 1,420,466 | June 20. 

Bakker, Herman. (See Kuijper, K., and Bakker.) 

Bakt/la, Edward J., St. Louis, Mo. Phonograph-record 
brush. No. 1,422,166 ; July 11. 

Balactar, John A. and K. M., Ford City, Ontario, Canada. 
Automobile engine hood cover. No. 1.424,192: Aug. 1. 

Balactar, Kiril M. (See Balactar, John A. and E. M.) 

Balaguer, Andres, Marianao, Habana, Cuba. Propeller. 
No. 1,403,729 ; Jan. 17. 

Balaguer, Andres, Marianao, Habana, Cuba. Vehicle wheel. 
No. 1,427,429 ; Aug. 29. 

Balch, Clifton F., Evanston, 111. Handling accounts. No. 
1,416,437 ; May 16. 

Balcke, Hans, assignor to Maschinenbau Aktinengesell- 
schaft Balcke, Bochum. Germany. Vaporizing system 
for producing high-grade feed water for steam boilers. 
No. 1,432,521 ; Oct. 17. 

Balcker, Martin, assignor to Marquette Tool & Manufac- 
turing Company, Chicago, 111. Locking device for pres- 
sure pads of double-acting power presses. No. 1,409,149 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Balcker, Martin, assignor to J. Nelson, Chicago, 111. Vari- 
able-speed friction drive. No. 1,416,158; May 16. 

Balder, Anton W.. Pittsburg, assignor of one-fourth to M. 
W. Dunn, Oakland, Calif. Trunk. No. 1,428,313 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Balderston, William, assignor to M. French Battery & Car- 
bon Co., Madison, Wis. Battery. No. 1,404,262; 
Jan. 24. 

Baldridge, Charles W. (See McFarland, Harvey P., as- 
signor.) 

Baldus, Paul C, Milwaukee, Wis. Valve-setting device. 
No. 1,402,391; Jan. 3. 

Baldwin, Anna, Pittsburgh, Pa. Bathing cap. No. 
1.407,625 ; Feb. 21. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Baldwin, Benjamin L., Kansas City, Mo. Automatic car 
coupling. No. 1,418,861 ; June 6. 

Baldwin, Bernard, Los Angeles. Calif. Ring-slot-cleaning 
tool. No. 1,416,673; May 23. 

Baldwin, Creighton F., St. Louis, Mo. Counting machine. 
No. 1,409,646 ; Mar. 14. 

Baldwin, Creighton P., St. Louis, Mo. Counting mecha- 
nism. No. 1,414,685 ; May 2. 

Baldwin Eraser Company, The. (See Baldwin, John H., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin, Frederic E., Philadelphia, Pa. Bottle or like 
closure. No. 1,410,237; Mar. 21. 

Baldwin, Frederic E., Philadelphia, Pa. Closure. No. 
1,423,592; July 25. 

Baldwin, Frederic E., Philadelphia, Pa. Holder for hot- 
water-bottle stoppers. No. 1.423.593 ; July 25. 

Baldwin, Frederic E., Philadelphia, Pa. Carburetor for 
internal-combustion engines. No. 1,435,578 ; Nov. 14. 

Baldwin, Frederick M., Los Angeles, Calif. Signaling de- 
vice. No. 1,438,010; Dec. 5. 

Baldwin, Frederick. W. (See Bell, A. G., and Baldwin.) 

Baldwin, Frederick W. (See Bell, A. G., Baldwin, and 
Breese.) 

Baldwin, Frederick W., Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada. 
Torpedo. No. 1,410,872 ; Mar. 28. 

Baldwin, Henry S., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Ventilation for dynamo-electric 
machines. No. 1,439,990 ; Dec. 26. 

Baldwin, James L., Chicago, 111. Store-service apparatus. 
No. 1,419,200; June 13. 

Baldwin, James L., Chicago, 111. Overhead carrier sys- 
tem. No. 1,425,740 ; Aug. 15. 

Baldwin, James L., Chicago, 111. Cash carrier. No. 
1,432,947; Oct. 24. 

Baldwin, James P., Los Angeles, Calif. Friction element 
and making the same. No. 1,438,572 ; Dec. 12. 

Baldwin, John F., jr., East Orange, N. J., • assignor to 
Western Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Transmission system. No. 1,438,938 ; Dec. 19. 

Baldwin, John H., assignor to The Baldwin Eraser Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Erasing attachment for type- 
writers. No. 1,415.293 ; May 9. 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Ehle, Archibald 
H., assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Linton, Morris, 
assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Rushton, Kenneth, 
assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Shannon, Ell- 
wood M., assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Sykes, J. P., 
and Limerick, assignors.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Wallace, Allen, as- 
signor.) 

Baldwin, Oscar C, assignor of one-half to W. H. Meeker, 
Winfleld, Iowa. Lubricating system. No. 1,429,268 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Baldwin, Walter M., Weatherford, Okla. Wrench. No. 
1,404,729 ; Jan. 31. 

Baldwin, William H., Middletown, Conn. Tractor lawn 
mower. No. 1,417,485 ; May 30. 

Baldwin, William H., and C. T. Plummer, Duluth, Minn. 
Drum. No. 1,420,233 ; June 20. 

Baldwin, William J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Dust separator. 
No. 1,415,294 : May 9. 

Balfour, John W. B., London, England. Burner. No. 
1,428,129 ; Sept. 5. 

Balke, William H., Whitneyville, assignor to The Acme 
Wire Company, New Haven, Conn. Package for strip 
or filamentary material and forming the same. No. 
1,437,954 ; Dec. 5. 

Balk-well, Wesley J. (See Schweiger, W. F., and Balk- 
well.) 

Balkwill, Wesley J., assignor to Multipost Company, Roch- 
ester, N. Y. Counter-operating mechanism for stamp 
aflixers. No. 1,406,435 ; Feb. 14. 

Ball, Albert, Claremont, N. H., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Jeffrey Manufacturing Company, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. Mining machine. No. 1,403,829 ; Jan. 17. 

Ball, Arlington L., assignor of one-third to H. C. 
Hequembourg and one-third to G. P. Hequembourg, 
Dunkirk, N. Y. Hover for poultry- No. 1,417,225- 
May 23. * 

Ball Brothers Glass Manufacturing Company. (See Mingle, 
Joseph P., assignor.) 

Ball, Clarence R., Washington, D. C. Store service. No. 
1,408,679 ; Mar. 7. 

Ball, David A., Whittier, Calif. Fishing tool. No. 
1,416,930 ; May 23. 

Ball Engine Company. (See Armstrong, Edwin J., as- 
signor.) 

Ball Engine Company. (See Doering, Henry L., assignor.) 

Ball, George, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Whiting- 
Patterson Company, Incorporated. Transferring mech- 
anism. No. 1,434,731 ; Nov. 7. 

Ball, George H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
Marlin Firearms Corporation, New Haven, Conn. Fire- 
arm. No. 1,418,802; June 6. 

Ball, Guy M., Spokane, Wash. Parachute vent. No. 
1,427,771 ; Sept. 5. 

Ball, Guy M., Spokane, Wash. Fabric structure for para- 
chutes and aerostats and constructing the same. No. 
1,427,772; Sept. 0. 



Ball, Henry D., and E. L. Bradbury, Clarksville, Tenn. 
Knife. No. 1,413,954 ; Apr. 25. 

Ball, Henry P., assignor to S. Sternau & Co., Inc., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Culinary utensil. No. 1,411,076 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Ball, Henry P., Brooklyn, assignor to S. Sternau & Co., 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Stove, No. 1,411,250 ; Apr. 4. 

Ball, John P., Chicago, 111. Sewage purifier. No. 
1,410,358 ; Mar. 21. 

Ball, John, P., Chicago, 111. Sewage purifier. No. 
1,415,007 ; May 9. 

Ball, John P., Chicago, 111. Sewage purifier. No. 
1,421,891 ; July 4. 

Ball, John P., Chicago, 111. Sewage purifier. No. 
1.434,520 ; Nov. 7. 

Ball, Joseph A. (See Troland, L. T., Ball, and Andrews.) 

Ball, Louise C, New York, N. Y. Floss holder. No. 
1,438,939 ; Dec. 19. 

Ball, Walter, Hubbard, Ohio. Universal generator cou- 
pling. No. 1,413,375; Apr. 18. 

Ball, Walter, Hubbard, Ohio. Automatic air release. No. 
1,414,249; Apr. 25. 

Ballantine, William B., London, England. Manufacture of 
ferrochromium alloys. No. 1,430,878 ; Oct. 3. 

Ballard, Arthur H., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to 
Ballard Oil Burning Equipment Company, Boston, 
Mass. Rotary oil burner. No. 1,429.554; Sept. 19. 

Ballard, Arthur H. assignor to Ballard Oven Corporation, 
Boston, Mass. Apparatus for baking. No. 1,434,035 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Ballard, Arthur H., assignor to Ballard Oven Corporation, 
Boston, Mass. Apparatus for baking. No. 1,434,036 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Ballard, Charles F., Hamlet, N. C. Wrench. No. 
1,405,255; Jan. 31. 

Ballard, George L., assignor to Wildman Manufacturing 
Company, Norristown, Pa. Knitting machine. No. 
1,402,038 ; Jan. 3. 

Ballard, Harry E., Holyoke, assignor to The Coburn Trol- 
ley Track ' Manufacturing Company, Chicopee Falls, 
Mass. Binder for folding doors. No. 1,439,859 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Ballard, Herbert T., Norristown, Pa. Knitting machine. 
No. 1,406,253; Feb. 14. 

Ballard, Herbert T., Norristown, Pa. Needle cylinder for 
knitting machines. No. 1,406,254; Feb. 14. 

Ballard, Herbert T., Norristown, Pa. Knitting machine. 
No. 1,423,175; July 18. 

Ballard, Herbert T., Norristown, Pa. Knitting machine. 
No. 1,424,274 ; Aug. 1. 

Ballard, Herbert T., Norristown, Pa. Knitted fabric. No. 
1,432,739; Oct. 24. 

Ballard, Herbert T., Norristown, Pa. Let-off mechanism 
for knitting machines. No. 1,435,948 ; Oct. 24. 

Ballard, Herbert T., Norristown, Pa. Knitting machine 
for producing zigzag stripes. No. 1,440.266 ; Dec. 26. 

Ballard, Herbert T., Norristown, Pa. Knitted rib fabric. 
No. 1,440,267 ; Dec. 26. 

Ballard, Max H., Chicago, 111. Expansible finger ring. 
No. 1,434,981 ; Nov. 7. 

Ballard, Milton H., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Press. No. 
1,405,385 ; Feb. 7. 

Ballard, Milton H., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United' Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Self-lubricat- 
ing pulley. No. 1,410,544 ; Mar. 28. 

Ballard, Milton H., Lynn, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pat- 
erson, N. J. Cutting machine. No. 1,431,920 ; Oct. 17. 

Ballard Oil Burning Equipment Company. (See Ballard, 
Arthur H., assignor.) 

Ballard, Orlo O., and J. C. Stedman, Houston, Tex. 
Fender attachment. No. 1,415,295: May 9. 

Ballard Oven Corporation. (See Ballard, Arthur H., as- 
signor.) 

Ballard, William P. (See Perry. W. D., and Ballard.) 

Ballard, William P., and W. D. Perry, Imbler, Oreg. 
Cabinet ironing board. No. 1,427,343 ; Aug. 29. 

Ballaz, Peter, West New York, N. J. Ornamental combi- 
nation wood, coal, oil, and kerosene stove. No. 
1,411,251 ; Apr. 4. 

Balle, Charles W., Detroit, Mich. Reamer. No. 1,402,039 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Ballentine, A. E. (See Smith, Charles M., assignor.) 

Ballentine, James U., Huntsville, Ala. Nut lock. No. 
1.406,956 ; Feb. 14. 

Ballert, Otto, Berlin, Germany. Tipping truck. No. 
1,405,182; Jan. 31. 

Bnllester, Vincent E., Brussels, Belgium. Peeling ma- 
chine. No. 1,415.766 ; May 9. 

Ballewitch, Nada G., executrix. (See Coressey, Theo- 
dore.) 

Ballin, Maurice, assignor to Neustadter Bros., San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Carpenter's nail pocket. No. 1,409,436 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Ballin, Solomon, New York, N. Y. Child's garment. No. 
1.420,176; June 20. 

Ballister, Thomas F., and H. Goedinghnus, Santa Maria. 
Calif. Drier. No. 1,437,084 ; Nov. 28. 

Ballman, Edwin C, St. Louis, Mo., assignor to Valley 
Electric Company, Wilmington, Del. System of elec- 
trical distribution. No. 1,417,710 ; May 30. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Ballman, Edwin C, St. Louis, Mo., assignor to Valley 
Electric Company, Wilmington, Del. Lighting system 
for automobiles. No. 1,418,051 ; May 30. 

Ballman, Edwin C, assignor to S. A. Whitten, St. Louis, 
Mo. Electrical measuring instrument. No. 1,428,743 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Ballman, Edwin C, St. Louis, Mo., assignor to Valley 
Electric Company, Wilmington, Del. Electric motor. 
No. 1,431,620 : Oct. 10. 

Ballou, Harold G., Los Angeles, Calif. Buffing machine. 
No. 1,418,863 ; June 6. 

Ballou, John M. (See Balzer, V. W., and Ballou.) 

Ballou, Marcus H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Tape attachment. 
No. 1,403,376; Jan. 10. 

Balluff, Edward J., assignor of one-half to E. Spatz, Chi- 
cago, 111. Polarity reverser. No. 1,431,453 ; Oct. 10. 

Balmer, Robert, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Production of 
fertilizers. No. 1,408,064 ; Feb. 28. 

Balmer, Thomas, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Needle thread- 
er. No. 1,436,562 ; Nov. 21. 

Balogh, Frank O., Lakewood, Ohio. Envelope. No. 
1,411,077 ; Mar. 28. 

Balsam, .lames. (See Liebowitz, B., and Balsam.) 

Balser, Joseph W., assignor of thirty-five one-hundredths 
to S. L. Remington, El Dorado. Ark. Ink composition. 
No. 1,439.658 ; Dec. 19. 

Balson, Adrian C, Philadelphia, Pa. Continuous player 
for talking machines. No. 1,436,004 ; Nov. 21. 

Balster, Frederick W., Wilmington, Del. Burner. No. 
1,418,422 ; June 6. 

Baltes, Walter H„ Milwaukee, Wis. Hoist. No. 1,402,469 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Baltbasar, Arthur, Montclair, N. J. Warp beam and 
analogous device. No. 1,416.931 ; May 23. 

Baltimore Oil Engine Company. (See Wygodsky, Leon, 
assignor.) 

Baltimore Tube Company. (See Beach, Harold IC, and 
N. A., assignors.) 

Baltzley, Louis E., Bloomfield, N. J. Adjustable wrench. 
No. 1,415,914 ; May 16. 

Baltzley, Oren F., Hagerstown, Md. Display machine. 
No. 1,409,516 ; Mar. 14. 

Baltzley, Oren F., Hagerstown, Md. Display machine. 
No. 1,409,517 ; Mar. 14. 

Baltzley, Oren F., Hagerstown. Md.. assignor to The 
Smith-Lee Company, Oneida, N. Y. Bottle-cap machine. 
No. 1,415,507 ; May 9. 

Baluss, Fred C, Duluth, Minn. Gas heater for furnaces. 
No. 1,405,386 ; Feb. 7. 

Baluta, Leonard S., Berwick, Pa. Reel. No. 1,438,212 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Balz, George A., Rahway, N. J. Refractory brick. No. 
1.410,729; Mar. 28. 

Balzer, Vernon W., and J. M. Ballou, assignors to T. E. 
Hudson and P. G. Hugus, Los Angeles, Calif. Lock. 
No. 1,438,011 ; Dec. 5. 

Bamberger, Lester, Riverside, Calif. Beehive. No. 
1,414,393 ; May 2. 

Bamberger, Raymond S., Arcadia, Calif. Car suspension 
for balloons. No. 1,419,205 ; June 13. 

Bambrick, Anna M. (See Worthington, Tillman B., as- 
signor.) 

Banaszak, John, Ironwood, Mich. Locomotive headlight. 
No. 1,440,268 ; Dec. 26. 

Bancalari. Ignacio L., Mexico, Mexico. Transit. ' No. 
1,439,218; Dec. 19. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley, N. J., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Compartment surface con- 
denser. No. 1.406,815 ; Feb. 14. 

Bancroft, Benjamin M., assignor to B. D. Thorner, New 
York, N. Y. Starter for internal-combustion engines. 
No. 1,435,8S8; Nov. 14. 

Bancroft, Erwin P. (See Phaunenstiehl, H., and Ban- 
croft.) 

Bancroft, James L., assignor to The Ohio Body & Blower 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Automobile body construc- 
tion. No. 1.427,894 ; Sept. 5. 

Bandoly, Erich A. M., Chicago, 111. Scale-beam construc- 
tion.' No. 1,415,508 ; May 9. 

Bands, William H., Southmont Borough, Pa. Fender. 
No. 1,438,287 ; Dec. 12. 

Bandura, Andrew, Chicago, 111. Mining sheave. No. 
1,426,271 : Aug. 15. 

Bandurski. Walter. (See Labadie, William D., assignor.1 

Bandy, John A., Arkansas City, Ark. Soap receptacle. 
No. 1,404,730 ; Jan. 31. 

Baner, Car] O.. San Francisco, Calif. Rotary steam 
engine. No. 1,421,892; July 4. 

Banes. Walter D. (See Gale, H. E., and Banes.) 

Banfield, Arthur C, assignor to Adam Hilger, Limited, 
London. England. Projection apparatus for gauging 
screw threads. No. 1.421,057 : June 27. 

Bangen, William S., Havana, N. Dak. Attachment for 
water-closet seats. No. 1,435,685 ; Nov. 14. 

Bangerter, Friedrich, New York, N. Y. Automatic rapid- 
fire machine gun. No. 1,424.751 ; Aug. 8. > 

Bangle, Paul M., San Dimas, Calif. Earth-handling ap- 
paratus for use in irrigation. No. 1,419,101 : June 6. 

Bangs, Chester T., Chicago, 111. Poppet valve. No. 
1,414,495; May 2. 

Bangs, Chester T., Chicago, 111. Poppet valve. (Reissue.) 
No. 15.438; Aug. 29. 

Bankers Electric Protective Association. (See Crawford, 
Franklin E., assignor i 



Banki, Donat, Budapest, Hungary. Water turbine. No. 
1,436,933; Nov. 28. 

Banknote Press Company. (See Hollingsworth, Samuel, 
assignor. ) 

Banks, Alfonso A., New York, N. Y. Soap sudser. No. 
1,434,361 ; Nov. 7. 

Banks, Arthur J., St. Lambert, Quebec, Canada. Fer- 
mentation meter. No. 1,429,269; Sept. 19. 

Banks, Chester C., assignor to The Born Steel Range Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Door suspension for steam 
cookers. No. 1,436,427 ; Nov. 21. 

Banks, Edward T., Los Angeles, Calif. Universal joint. 
No. 1.410,791 ; Mar. 28. 

Banks, Frederick R., Paterson, N. J., assignor to McNab 
& Harlin Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y. 
Valve handwheel. No. 1,426,272 ; Aug. 15. 

Banks, George L., Walnut Park, Calif. Aeroplane. No. 
1,424,130; July 25. 

Banks, Haskell W., San Diego, Calif. Automatic air- 
pressure gauge. No. 1,435,272 ; Nov. 14. 

Banks, John S., Norfolk, Va. Hollow concrete wall. No. 
1,421,145 ; June 27. 

Banks, John W. (SeeBanks, Willis G., assignor.) 

Banks, Leslie J., East Norwalk, Conn. Lid support. No. 
1,433,524 ; Oct. 31. 

Banks, Oliver S. (See Smothers, E. J., Banks, and Golo- 
bich.) 

Banks, Richard E., Washington, D. C. Storage-battery 
electrolyte. No. 1,429,830 ; Sept. 19. 

IJanks, William H., Winthrop, Mass. Galloping veloci- 
pede. No. 1,439,394 ; Dec. 19. 

Banks, Wi'liam J. (See Campbell, P., and Banks.) 

Banks, Willis G., assignor to J. W. Banks, Newark, N. J. 
Line-supporting post. No. 1,402,561 ; Jan. 3. 

Banner Machine Company, The. (See Grove, Frank H., 
assignor.) 

Banner, Otto A. (See Falk, H. W.. Day. and Banner.) 

Bannigan, John P., assignor of two-thirds to F. B. Adams 
and D. J. Goldstein, Utica, N. Y. Letter-reproducing de- 
vice. No. 1,427,254 ; Aug. 29. 

Bannister, Loring H., Toledo, Ohio. Bottle-cooling chest. 
No. 1,418,692 ; June 6. 

Bannon, John F., Bayonne, N. J. Oil burner. No. 
1,424,795 ; Aug. 8. 

Banschbach, Edward A., Chicago, 111. Vehicle support. 
No. 1,405,656 ; Feb. 7. 

Banschbach, Edward A.. Chicago, 111. Steel wheel and 
tire holder. No. 1,412,034 ; Apr. 11. 

Banschbach, Edward A., Chicago, 111. Binding and filing 
device. No. 1,437,955 ; Dec. 5. 

Banta, George D., Detroit, Mich. Tire mounting or dis- 
mounting machine. No. 1,437,085; Nov. 28. 

Banta, Robert R., Chicago, 111. Flush valve. No. 
1,416,317; May 16. 

Banton, George R., Butternut, Mich. Container. No. 
1,407,688 ; Feb. 28. 

Banwart, William R., West Bend, Iowa. Road leveler. 
No. 1,418,225 ; May 30. 

Banzhaf, Albert H. T. (See Uebelmesser, Charles, as- 
signor.) 

Baptista, Ignacio V., Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Theodolite 
and similar angle-measuring instrument. No. 1,429,555 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Baquie, Hubert C, North Carlton, near Melbourne, Vic- 
toria, Australia,. Automatically - operating pneumatic 
wheel for motor and other vehicles. No. 1,418,515 ; 
June 6. 

Baramski, Joseph. (See Wismiewski. Walter, assignor.) 

Barany, Edmund R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for shaping 1 
articles. No. 1,432,315 ; Oct. 17. 

Barashick Aaron, New York, N. Y. Bedstead. No. 
1,408,245; Feb. 28. 

Barbarou, Marius J. B., Paris, France. Supporting device 
for headlights of motor cars. No. 1,410,873 ; Mar. 28. 

Barbarou. Marius J. B., Paris. France. Steering mech- 
anism for automobiles. No. 1.413,650 : Apr. 25. 

Barbarou, Marius J. B., Paris, France. Fastening means 
for automobile accessories. No. 1,424,611 ; Aug. 1. 

Barbarou, Marius J. B., Paris, France. Pedal device for 
motor vehicles. No. 1,438,288 ; Dec. 12. 

Barbarou, Marius J. B., Paris, France. Speed-reducing 
gear for aviation motors. No. 1,438.289 ; Dec. 12. 

Barbay, Paul S., San Francisco, Calif. Lock. No. 
1,434.080; Oct. 31. 

Barbe 1 , Maxime. (See Bernard. P., and Barbe\) 

Barbeau, Harry M., assignor to The Willys-Overland 
Company, Toledo. Ohio. Glass-cutting table. No. 
1.410,153; Mar. 21. 

Barbeau, Harry M., assignor to The Willys-Overland Com- 
pany, Toledo, Ohio. Glass-grinding machine. No. 
1,430,879; Oct. 3. 

Barbeau, Leon, Nashua, N. II. Clothespin. No. 1,435,792 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Barbeau, Malcolm L., and F. S. Weber, assignors to The 
S. Howes Co. Inc., Silver Creek, N. Y. Mechanical 
movement. No. 1,420,360 ; June 20. 

Barber, Albert J., Steubenville, assignor to The Pipe Ma- 
chinery Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Attachment for tap- 
ping machines. No. 1,426,273; Aug. 15. 

Barber, Allan J., Woonsocket, R. I. Game board. No. 
1,428,411 ; Sept. 5. 

Barber, Anthony A., Arlington, assignor to B. & B. Photo- 
graphic Co., Newark, N. J. Photographic-film carrier. 
No. 1,429,270; Sept. 19. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Browne, Frank A., 
assignor.) 

Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Forrest, Charles 
N., assignor.) 

Barber Asphalt Paving Company, The. (See Babb, 
Charles S., assignor.) 

Barber, Claire S. (See Richardson, B. J., and Barber.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Corrigan, Charles A., as- 
signor. ) 

Barber, Franklin L., assignor to Standard! Car Truck Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Roller side bearing. No. 1,425,741 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Barber, George, Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Combined fender 
and nonskid automatic brake. No. 1,402,279 ; Jan. 3. 

Barber, Howard M., Stonington, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, New York, N. Y. Delivery 
mechanism for printing machines. No. 1,420,033 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Barber, Howard M., Stonington, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, New York, N. Y. Means for 
preventing offset from freshly - printed sheets. No. 
1,428,931 ; Sept. 12. 

Barber, Howard M., Stonington, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, New York, N. Y. Inking 
mechanism for bed and cylinder printing presses. No. 
1,431,088 ; Oct. 3. 

Barber, Leon, San Francisco, Calif. T-square keeper. No. 
1,404,000; Jan. 17. 

Barber, Lewis R., Fresno, Calif. Fruit-pitting machine. 
No. 1,424,436 ; Aug. 1. , 

Barber, Lewis R., assignor ,to Lisenby Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Fresno, Calif. Ink-fountain drive mechanism. 
No. 1,412,766 ; Apr. 11. 

Barber, Lewis R., assignor to Lisenby Manufacturing 
Company, Fresno, Calif. Paper-feeler mechanism., 
No. 1,434,582 ; Nov. 7. 

Barber, Martin A., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The Ameri- 
can Automatic Connector Company, Wyoming, Del. Lo- 
comotive snowplow. No. 1,412,265 ; Apr. 11. 

Barber Oil Burner Company, The. (See Barber, W. J., 
and Irvin, assignors.) 

Barber, Orren E., assignor to Kirk-Barber Company, 
Chicago, 111. Jig. No. 1,433,252 ; Oct. 24. 

Barber, Saul P., Pasadena, Calif. Wheel. No. 1,425,824 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Barber, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Trailer leg support. 
No. 1,415,008 ; May 9. 

Barber, William, New York, N. Y. Brake mechanism. 
No. 1,430,349 ; Sept. 26. 

Barber, William J., assignor of one-half to E. M. Kline, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Gas burner. No. 1,412,767 ; Apr. 11. 

Barber, William J., assignor of one-half to E. M. Kline, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Gas burner. No. 1,412,768 ; Apr. 11. 

Barber, William J., and W. J. Irvin, Cleveland, Ohio, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to The Barber Oil 
Burner Company. Liquid-fuel burner. No. 1,430,278 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Barber, William M., Somerville, Mass. Paper-drying ma- 
chine. No. 1,419,534 ; June 13. 

Barbet, E., & Fils et Cie. (See Barbet, Emile A., assignor.) 

Barbet, Emile A., Paris, France. Continuous distillation 
of glycerin from the weak glycerinous liquors obtained 
in fermentation processes. No. 1.416,318 ; May 16. 

Barbet, Emile A., Paris, France. Distilling and rectifying 
column. No. 1,427,430; Aug. 29. 

Barbet, Emile A., assignor to E. Barbet & Fils et Cie., 
Paris, France. Apparatus for the continuous production 
of ether. No. 1,436,332 ; Nov. 21. 

Barbieri, Cesare, Washington, D. C. Decorticating mecha- 
nism. No. 1,403,830 ; Jan. 17. 

Barbour, Otho A., San Diego, assignor of one-third to 
W. T. Barbour, San Diego, and one-third to L. J. 
Ackers, Pomona, Calif. Coat collar. No. 1,40S,492 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Barbour, Perley E., and H. Lyon, assignors to Brockton 
Rand Company, Brockton, Mass. Welt-moistening ma- 
chine. No. 1,416,773 ; May 23. 

Barbour, Robert, Paterson, N. J. Reversing mechanism 
for internal-combustion engines. No. 1,416,319 ; May 16. 

Barbour, William T., et al. (See Barbour, Otho A., as- 
signor.) 

Barcalo Manufacturing Company. (See Illig, George D., 
assignor.) 

Barch, Walter F., Washington, D. C. Lettering pen. No. 
1,419,441 ; June 13. 

Barchard, F. L., et al. (See McGee, Eugene I-L, assignor.) 

Barclay, Hjalmar V., New York, N. Y. Heat exchanger. 
No. 1,410,320 ; May 16. 

Barclav, Howard, Viroqua, Wis. Device for facilitating 
shingle laying. No. 1,433,772 ; Oct. 31. 

Barclay, William G., assignor to E. B. Thelin, Chicago, 
111. Weather-protecting ring for street lamps. No. 
1,427,344 ; Aug. 29. 

Barclay, William P., Chicago, 111. Vapor-condensing appa- 
ratus. No. 1,403,282 : Jan. 10. 

Barclay, William P., Chicago, 111. Toothed-hub friction 
pinion. No. 1,403,377 ; Jan. 10. 

Bardeen, Hugh A. (See Burks, D., Bardeen, and Harris.) 

Bardelli, Arturo, Milan, Italy. Automatic firearm. No. 
1,425,627 ; Aug. 15. 

Bardeloni, Cesare, Rome, Italy. Device for receiving 
radiosignals. No. 1,416,774 ; May 23. 

Barden, Merritt C, West Pawlet, Vt. Teat cup. No. 
1,412,158; Apr. 11. 



Bardill, Paul H., assignor of one-half to W. O. Buesch, 
Dubuque, Iowa. Heating transformer. No. 1,409,647 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Bardon, Oliver II., Cincinnati, Ohio. Manually-operated 
switch stand. No. 1,428,874 ; Sept. 12. 

Bardowick, Martin D. J. G., Deinste, near Stade, Germany. 
Potato-harvesting machine. No. 1,419,800 ; June 13. 

Bardrof, Frank E. (See Gray, D. E., and Bardrof.) 

Bardsley, Henry, Providence, R. I., assignor to Crompton 
& Knowles Loom Works. Double-index loom dobby. 
No. 1,437,126; Nov. 28. 

Bardsley, Willard W., et al., executors. (See Wardwell, 
Simon W.) 

Bardt, Hans, assignor to Sociedad Hidro-Metalurgica, San- 
tiago, Chile. Dissolving or recovering metals. No. 
1,423,069 ; July 18. 

Bardt, Hans, assignor to Sociedad Hidro-Metalurgica, San- 
tiago, Chile. Precipitating metals from solutions. No. 
1,423,070; July 18. 

Bardt, Hans, assignor to Sociedad Hidro-Metalurgica, San- 
tiago, Chile. Manufacturing electrodes. No. 1,423,071 ; 
July 18. 

Bardt, Hans, assignor to Sociedad Hidro-Metalurgica, 
Santiago, Chile. Electric storage battery. No. 1,425,163 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Barducci, Pilade, Secondigliano, Naples, Italy. Drying 
apparatus. No. 1,409,915 ; Mar. 21. 

Barducci, -Pilade, Naples, Italy. Press for pastry mate- 
rials. No. 1,426,244 ; Aug. 15. 

Barefoot, Josie C., and A. A. Knee, Charlotte, assignors 
to Velvet Action Brake Lining Company, Mecklenburg 
County, N. C. Brake-band lining for automobiles, etc. 
No. 1,430.143; Sept. 26. 

Bareiss, John C, Philadelphia, Pa. Pipe and tube tester. 
No. 1,422,522 ; July 11. 

Barlield, Charles V. (See Brown, Milton D.. assignor.) 

Bargar, Frederick C., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to Foamite 
Firefoam Company, New York, N. Y. Fire extinguisher. 
No. 1,422,406; July 11. 

Barger, Tom J., Oilton, Okla. Oil-well pump.- No. 

1.408.852 ; Mar. 7. 

Barger, Tom J., Oilton, Okla. Oil-well pump. No. 

1.408.853 ; Mar. 7. 

Barger, Tom J.. Oilton. Okla. Oil-well pumo. No. 
1,437,881 ; Dec 5. 

Barggren, Richard W., Chicago. 111. Mail-folding machine. 
No. 1,436,005 ; Nov. 21. 

Barili, Arthur E. (See Gates, Benjamin L., assignor.) 

Bark, William, Elyria, Ohio, assignor to National Tube 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Drawbench. No. 1,411,055 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Barkdoll, Edward J., Garrison, Iowa. Bridle. No. 
1,405,387; Feb. 7. 

Barker, Alan G., Long Beach, Calif. Hat holder. No. 
1,435,889 ; Nov. 14. 

Barker, Dyson. (See Cordwell, W., and Barker.) 

Barker, Edward L. (See Govard, W. 11., Barker, and 
Jenkins.) 

Barker, Frank C, St. Paul, Minn., assignor to The Yale 
& Towne Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. 
Pin-tumbler lock. No. 1,417.132 ; May 23. 

Barker, George R., Joliet, assignor to W. E. Pratt, Chi- 
cago, 111. Automobile and carriage jack. No. 1,424,147 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Barker, Gerald, London, England. Universal shaft cou- 
pling. No. 1,429,271 ; Sept. 19. 

Barker, James, Philadelphia, assignor to M. E. Barker, 
Rydal, Pa. Making piston rings. No. 1,404,6S2 : 
Jan. 24. 

Barker, Mary E. (See Barker, James, assignor.) 

Barker, Perry W., Youngstown, Ohio. Automatic feeder 
for presses. No. 1,422,914; July 18. 

Barker, Wendell A., deceased, by R. B. Ferreby, adminis- 
trator, Elkhart, Ind. Chuck. No. 1,429,395 ; Sept. 19. 

Barker, Wendell A., deceased, by R. B. Ferreby, adminis- 
trator, Elkhart, Ind. Chuck. No. 1,429,396 ; Sept. 19. 

Barker, William R. (See Raber, Harry C. assignor.) 

Barkley, Charles E., Fort William, Ontario, Canada. 
Play and ornamental ball. No. 1,438,573 ; Dec. 12. 

Barkmann, Henry, and A. Kutscha, Chicago, 111. Auto- 
truck. No. 1,409,916 ; Mar. 21. 

Barkmann, Henry, and A. Kutscha, Chicago, 111. Truck. 
No. 1,436,428 ; Nov. 21. 

Barks, Frank S., St. Louis, Mo. Dust guard for journal 
■boxes. No. 1,406,816; Feb. 14. 

Barkschat, Henry. . (See Gorrell, W. R., and Barkschat.) 

Barkschat, Henry, Los Angeles, Calif. Drum or mold 
clamp. No. 1,431,089 ; Oct. 3. 

Barkschat, Henry, assignor of one-half to E. B. Blinn, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Lantern construction. No. 
1,421,058; June 27. 

Barksdale, George R., Stratford, Ontario, Canada. Disk- 
grinder attachment. No. 1,419,535: June 13. 

Barksdale, George R.. Greenwood, S. C. Fluid-dispensing 
device. No. 1,434,982 ; Nov. 7. 

Barling, Walter II., Hasbrouek Heights, N. J. Spar. No. 
1,405,889 ; Feb. 7. 

Barling, Walter H., Hasbrouek Heights, N. .T. Aerofoil 
arrangement for aircraft. No. 1.405.S90 ; Feb. 7. 

Barlow, Ernest, Foleshill, Coventry, England. Combined 
depth and angle gauge. No. 1,429,999 ; Sept. 26. 

Barlow, Herndon 0.. Los Angeles, Calif. Automatic 
surf-brenlring apparatus. No. 1,423.640; July 25. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Barlow, Peter, Rochester, Minn. Snow skate. No. 
1,428, G7G ; Sept. 12. 

Barman, Louis M., Holborn, London, assignor to Roneo 
Limited, London, England. Inking device or attach- 
ment more particularly for use with addressing ma- 
chines. No. 1,411,308 ; Apr. 4. 

Barna, Herman. (See Scherer, Robert, assignor.') 

Barnabv. Charles W., New York, N. Y. Typewriter. No. 
1,428.130; Sept. 5. 

Barnard, Enoch A. (See Wilkinson, J. R., Barnard, and 
Booth.) 

Barnard, Samuel G. (See Dotzer, H., and Barnard.) 

Barnard, William G., Somerville, Mass. Endless belt. No. 
1,411,002; Apr. 4. 

Barnard, Wirt R., Belleville, Kans. Combined animal op- 
erating table and scale. No. 1,404,173 ; Jan. 17. 

Barnrtt, Harvey P., Denver, Colo. Cherry pitter. No. 
1.432,012 ; Oct. 17. 

Barner, John S., Colver, Pa. Engine. No. 1,406,330; 
Feb. 14. 

Barnes, Albert J. (See Boyd, F. C., and Barnes.) 

Barnes, Arthur T., assignor to E. R. Parks, Covington, Ky. 
Sign gate. No. 1,412,769; Apr. 11. 

Barnes, Charles, and A. A. Miller, Boone, Iowa. Carrying 
device. No. 1,412,035 ; Apr. 11. 

Barnes, Charles O., Hagerstown, Md. Mail-distributing 
apparatus. No. 1,410,446 ; Mar. 21. 

Barnes. Clarence E., Warren, Ohio. Gas governor. No. 
1.406,817; Feb. 14. 

Barnes, Edwin, Sheffield, England. Spring. No. 1,419,005 ; 
June 6. 

Barnes, Elvis L., Oklahoma, Okla. Machine for loading 
cotton bales in cars. No. 1,404.335 ; Jan. 24. 

Barnes, Gaylord V.. Alameda, Calif. Seat construction. 
No. 1,439.210; Dec. 19. 

Barnes, Harry F., Orange, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Brake for rolling 
ladders. No. 1.431,921; Oct. 17. 

Barnes. John L., Whigville, Ohio. Derrick. No. 
1.428,314 ; Sept. 5. 

Barnes, Orange P., Long Beach, Calif. Cooler and water 
filter. No. 1,432,522 ; Oct. 17. 

Barnes Scale Company. (See King, Bert W., assignor.) 

Barnett, Augusta, and M. I. Sternberg, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Waterproof covering for hats. No. 1.418,354; June 6. 

Barnett. Jacob II.. New York, N. Y. Trousers. No. 
1,411,149 ; Mar. 2S. 

Barnett, James. (See Craib. F.. and Barnett. i 

Barnett, Morrisson J., assignor to F. Mayer. San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Automobile signal. No. 1.432,826 ; Oct. 24. 

Barnett, Ralph L., Langeloth, Pa. Lubricating device. 
No. 1.424,974 ; Aug. S. „*.,.„ 

Barnett. Samuel, and Sons, Limited. (See Dakm, Her- 
bert E., assignor.) 

Barnett & Wilson Investment Company. (See Price, 
Stephen C, assignor.) 

Barnette, Dudley P., jr., Baltimore, Md. Lithographic 
solution and treating lithographic plates. No. 
1,433,111 : Oct. 24. 

Barney, Edwin E. (See Barr, J. H., and Barney.) 

Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 
No. 1,411,603 ; Apr. 4. 

Barney. Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 
No. 1,411,004; Apr. 4. 

Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle. assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. No. 1,425,825 ; Aug. 15. 

Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Illion. N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. No. 1.431,558 ; Oct. 10. 

Barney, Edwin E., Newark. N. J., assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion. N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. No. 1,414.166; Apr. 25. 

Barney. Edwin E.. Newark, N. J., assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. No. 1.430.208; Sept. 26. 

Barney, Fred I-L, Fort Worth. Tex., and D. S. Bowers, 
Tulsa, Okla. Safety combination connection clamp. 
No. 1,425,164 ; Aug. S. 

Barney, Michael T., Los Angeles, Calif. Tire mold. No. 
1,429.831 : Sepr. 19. 

Barney. Philip, Dollai'd, Manitoba, Canada. Animal poke 
No. 1,423,706 ; July 25. 

Barney, PhiMp, Dollard. Manitoba, Canada. Hoisting 
drum. No. 1,436,375 : Nov. 21. 

Barnhart. George II., Ouray, Colo. Map file. No. 
1,416.661 : May 16. 

Barnhart, John W., Columbus, Ohio. Figure wheeled toy. 
No. 1,424,437; Aug. 1. 

Barnickel, William S., St. Louis. Mo. Apparatus for 
treating natural emulsions of petroleum. No. 1.42S.204 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Barnitz, Richard II., Washington, D. C. Mail-bag catcher. 
No. 1.416,932 ; May 23. 

Barns, James F., New Hampshire, Ohio. Corn hook. No. 
1.403.002 ; Jan. 10. 

Barnsdale, John G., Superior, Wis. Method and means 
for applying motive power to vehicles. No. 1,413.955; 
Apr. 25. 

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Barnstead, Sidney G., Cambridge, Mass. Condenser. 
No. 1,411,150 ; Mar. 28. 

Barnum, Starr H. (See Curry, M., and Barnum.) 

Barnum, William T., Chicago, 111. Portable lamp. No. 
1,412,036 ; Apr. 11. 

Barnwell, Harry T., assignor to The Newell Mfg. Co., Inc., 
Ogdensburg, N. Y. Curtain-rod bracket.. No. 1,405,891 ; 
Feb. 7. 

Baron, Henry, Mayenne, France. Jack. No. 1,430,144 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Baron, Max D., New York, assignor to Witteman Brothers, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Making paper containers. No. 
1,413,251 ; Apr. 18. 

Barr, Archibald, and W. Stroud, Anniesland, Glasgow, as- 
signors to Barr and Stroud, Limited, Glasgow, Scotland. 
Instrument for use in testing torpedoes. No. 1,404,422 ; 
Jan. 24. 

Barr, Archibald, and W. Stroud, assignors to Barr and 
Stroud, Limited, Anniesland, Glasgow, Scotland. Range 
finder and like instrument for use on shipboard. No. 
1,425,742 ; Aug. 15. 

Barr, Clifford A., Lincoln, Nebr. Concrete mold. No. 
1,408,246; Feb. 28. 

Barr, Edwin L. (See Porter, Burton C, assignor.) 

Barr, John H. (See Jones, T. D., and Barr.) 

Barr, John IL, New York, assignor to Remington Type- 
writer Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting machine. No. 
1,407,509 ; Feb. 21. 

Barr, John IL, New York, assignor to Remington Type- 
writer Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 
No. 1,413,312 ; Apr. 18. 

Barr, John I-L, New York, assignor to Remington Type- 
writer Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 
No. 1,414,167 ; Apr. 25. 

Barr, John H-, New York, assignor to Remington Type- 
writer Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 
No. 1.418.901 ; June 6. 

Barr, John IL, New York, N. Y., and E. E. Barney, 
Newark, N. J., assignors to Remington Typewriter 
Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting machine. No. 
1,433,112; Oct. 24. 

Barr, John W. (See Kaucher. R. W., and Barr.) 

Barr, Lester S., Washington, D. C. Typewriting machine. 
No. 1,434,422 ; Nov. 7. 

Barr, Louis E., Pittsburgh. Pa. Insulated rail joint. No. 
1.436,468 ; Nov. 21. 

Barr, Mary, executrix. (See Jones T. D., and Barr.) 

Barr, N. Rogers, et al., trustees. (See Kluefer, Guy L., 
assignor.) 

Barr, Samuel C, Chillicothe, Ohio. A r ending machine. 
No. 1,416,159 ; May 16. 

Barr, Stevenson E., Tacoma, Wash. Combined thimble 
and stovepipe holder. No. 1,421,359 ; July 4. 

Barr and Stroud, Limited. (See Barr, A., and Stroud, as- 
signors.) 

Barraclough, Abraham, Gallup, N. Mex. Handbrake for 
railway cars. No. 1,436,636 ; Nov. 28. 

Barraco, Paul J. (See Humason, G. A., and Bnrraco.) 

Barrance, Charles, assignor of one-half to T. Dobson, 
Leek, England. Steam pump. No. 1.437,704 ; Dec. 5. 

Barratt, Haentjens & Company. (See Haentjens, Otto, 
assignor, i 

Barratt, William G., Stoke-on-Trent. England. Teapot 
and coffeepot. No. 1.416.321 ; May 16. 

Barratt. William T., Bennington, Vt., assignor to C. S. 
Kehoe, A. Cooper, and A. J. Cooper, executors of C. 
Cooper, deceased. Sinker wheel for knitting machines. 
No. 1,435,196; Nov. 14. 

Barrell Holding and Manufacturing Company. (See Ratz- 
burg, Victor P.. assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Barrett, Arthur M. (See Childress, William, assignor. 1 

Barrett, Arthur M., Winnetka, 111. Truck. No. 1,416,674 ; 
May 23. 

Barrett, Arthur M., Winnetka, 111. Truck. No. 1,416,67b - 
May 23. 

Barrett, Arthur M., Winnetka, 111. Lifting truck. No. 
1,428,522 ; Sept. 12. 

Barrett, Arthur M., Winnetka, W. Childress, Oak Park, and 
F. Trott. Harvey, HI., assignors to said Barrett. Lift- 
ing truck. No. 1,428,523 ; Sept. 12. 

Barrett, Charles D., New York, N. Y. Spring-recoil ab- 
sorber for automobiles. No. 1,404,423 ; Jan. 24. 

Barrett, Charles G.. Brookline, Mass., assignor to Worth- 
ington Pump and Machinery Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Internal-combustion engine. No. 1,415,858 ; 
May 16 

Barrett, Charles S., Denver, Colo. Aeroplane. No. 
1,402,205 ; Jan. 3. 

Barrett Company, The. (See Bailey, G. C, and Craver, 
assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Bailey, G. C, Fischer, and 
Schulze, assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Binkley, Kenneth L., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Dodge, Frank E., assignor.) 

Barrett C.ompany, The. (See Gould, David F., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Miller, Stuart P., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Murphy, W. B., and Dun- 
ning, assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Perry, Ray P., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Phillips, Ralph O., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Barrett Company, The. (See Reeve, Charles S., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Rhodes, F. H., and Rob- 
erts, assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Schulze, John F. W., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Snyder, Edward B., as- 
signor.) (Reissue.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Swenson, George E., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Weisberg, L., and Potter, 
assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Weisberg, Louis, assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Weiss, John M., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Williams, Arthur G., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett, Ernest D., New York, N. Y. Primer for gasoline 
engines. No. 1,410,641 ; Mar. 28. 

Barrett, George L., St. Louis, Mo. Repairing scored cylin- 
der walls. No. 1,404,001 ; Jan. 17. 

Barrett, Hiram A., Knoxville, 111. Tank heater. No. 
1,408,080 ; Mar. 7. 

Barrett, Hiram A., Knoxville, 111. Tank heater. No. 
1,408,681 ; Mar. 7. 

Barrett. Hiram A., Knoxville, 111. Tank heater. No, 
1,408,082; Mar. 7. 

Barrett, Hollis J., La Grange, III. Chair or seat. No. 

1.419.006 ; June 6. 

Barrett, Kenneth T., Pittsfield, Mass Clothesrack. No. 

1.419.007 ; June 6. 

Barrett, Leo M. (See Willis, Charles, assignor.) 

Barrett, Thomas, assignor of one-twentieth to W. M. 
Murphy, Pasadena, Calif. Airship. No. 1,427,998; 
Sept. 5. 

Barrett, Thomas P., St. Louis, Mo. Game. No. 1,408,065 ; 
Feb. 28. 

Barrett, William J., Bridgeport, Conn. Deflection indica- 
tor. No. 1,427,773 ; Sept. 6. 

Barrier, Ralph W., Indianapolis, Ind. Laundry assorting 
apparatus. No. 1.405,964 ; Feb. 7. 

Barrier, Ralph W., Indianapolis, Ind. Laundry, bundling, 
packing, and wrapping device. No. 1.416.160 ; May 16. 

Barringer, Lawrence E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Cementing and protecting 
composition. No. 1,423.985 ; July 25. 

Barringer, Lawrence E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Molded material and prepa- 
ration. No. 1,439,991 ; Dec. 26. 

Barron, Andrew J., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to The Cin- 
cinnati Horse Shoe & Iron Company. Spring suspension 
for automobiles. No. 1,432,231 ; Oct. 17. 

Barron, Garratt. (See Garratt, S., Barron, and Garratt.) 

Barron, Grover C, Gainesville, Ga. Dishwashing ma- 
chine. No. 1,438,680 ; Dec. 12. 

Barron, Langdon S., assignor of one-half to B. Richter, 
St. Louis, Mo. Shoe heel. No. 1,424,975 ; Aug. 8. 

Barron, Neil M., New Beckenham, England. Sand filter. 
No. 1,411,201 ; Mar. 28. 

Barron, William L., New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company. Button-sewing ma- 
chine. No. 1,405,477 ; Feb. 7. 

Barron, William L., Newark, N. J., assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company. Button clamp for sewing 
machines. No. 1,415,426 ; Mav 9. 

Barron, William L., Newark, N. J., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company. Button-sewing ma- 
chine. No. 1,429,919 ; Sept. 26. 

Barrow, John C. Philadelphia, Pa. Hand warmer. No. 
1.429,397; Sept. 19. 

Barrow, Thaddeus J., Riverside, Calif. Street-car truck. 
No. 1,412,383; Apr. 11. 

Barrow, Thaddeus J., Riverside, Calif. Under-tree plow. 
No. 1,419,102; June 6. 

Barrows, Allan S., Chicago, 111. Fire door or shutter. 
No. 1,421,146; June 27. 

Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, N. Y. Furnace. No. 
1,416,438 ; May 16.' 

Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, N. Y. Wind bung for melt- 
ing furnaces. No'. 1.416,439; May 16. 

Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, assignor to The T. H. 
Symington Company, New York, N. Y. Cheek plate. 
No. 1,407,978 ; Feb. 28. 

Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, assignor to The T. H. 
Symington Company. New York, N. Y. Draft rigging. 
No. 1.431,717; Oct. 10. 

Barrows, Evander J., Fort Wayne, Ind. Sterilizer. No. 
1,437,882; Dec. 5. 

Barrows, George S., assignor to General Fire Extin- 
guisher Company, Providence, R. I. Hydrocarbon 
heater. No. 1,408,433 ; Mar. 7. 

Barrows, George S., assignor to General Fire Extinguisher 
Company, Providence, R. I. Gas mixer. No. 1,437.883 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Barrows, Harry E.. assignor to Dillingham Manufactur- 
ing Company, Sheboygan, Wis. Folding chair. No. 
1,423,594 ; July 25. 

Barrows, Leon D.. New York, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Intercommunicat- 
ing system. No.' 1,410.545 : Mar. 28. 

Barrows, Nathaniel H. (See Susi, D. M., and Barrows.) 

Barrows, Walter A., Belvidere, 111. Truss. No. 
1,408,683 ; Mar. 7. 

Barry. Charles A.. Detroit, Mich. Stud driver. No. 
1,425,359; Aug. 8. 



Barry Company. (See Barry, Thomas F., assignor.) 

Barry, David, et al. (See Haws, William H., assignor.) 

Barry Drum Manufacturing Company. (See Barry, Wil- 
liam A., assignor.) 

Barry, Elizabeth, Portland, Oreg. Doll. No. 1,428,077 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Barry, Gerald G., Chicago, 111. Cushion wheel. No. 
1,404,424; Jan. 24. 

Barry, Gerald G., Chicago, 111. Wheel. No. 1,422,167 ; 
July 11. 

Barry, Gerald G., Chicago, 111. Metal wheel. No. 1,422,168 ; 
July 11. 

Barry, Gerald G., Chicago, 111. Rim for vehicle tires. No. 
1,425,826 ; Aug. 15. 

Barry, Gerald G., Chicago, 111. Vehicle wheel. No. 
1,432,048 ; Oct. 17. 

Barry, James, Grafton, assignor of one-half to H. Weller, 
Fresno, Calif. Railway tie. No. 1,435,273 ; Nov. 14. 

Barry, James J., assignor to L. Pickert Fish Company, 
East Boston, Mass. Machine for separating flesh from 
the skin and bones of fish. No. 1,415,296 ; May 9. 

Barry, James T., Chicago, 111. Pipe or conduit hanger. 
No. 1,416,679 ; May 23. 

Barry, John E. (See Le Merle, F. G., TJllman, and Barry.) 

Barry, Lester A., Kemmerer, Wyo. Cleaning and lubri- 
cating device for commutators. No. 1,412,647 ; Apr. 11. 

Barry, Philip D., Miami, Ariz. Oil trap and heating de- 
vice. No. 1,428,205 ; Sept. 5. 

Barry, Redmond F., Republic, Wash. Saw glimmer. No. 
1,419,103 ; June 6. 

Barry, Thomas F., assignor to Barry Company, Muscatine, 
Iowa. Split loose pulley bushing. No. 1,421,377 ; 
July 4. 

Barry, William A., Oklahoma, Okla. Safety razor. No. 
1.409,917 ; Mar. 21. 

Barry, William A., assignor to Barry Drum Manufactur- 
. ing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Tambourine. No. 
1,434,278; Oct. 31. 

Barsch, Wilhelm, Lucerne, Switzerland. Artificial bait. 
No. 1,427,147 ; Aug. 29. 

Barshatsky, Isidore, Roxbury, Mass. Shoe. No. 1,413,888 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Barshatsky, Isidore, Roxbury, Mass. Metallic heel for 
shoes. No. 1,413,889 ; Apr. 25. 

Barson, Harry W., assignor to Ode D. Jennings, Chicago, 
111. Coin-selecting device. No. 1,403,933 ; Jan. 17. 

Barstow, Welch, assignor to T. F. Ryan, Spokane, Wash. 
Method and combustion apparatus. No. 1,436,076 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Barszczewski, Maryan B., Cleveland, Ohio. Demountable 
rim. No. 1,416,440 ; May 16. 

Barta, Otto, New York, N. Y. Sterilizer for instruments 
and dressings. No. 1,421,893 ; July 4. 

Bartell, William L., deceased. Portland, Oreg., by Mrs. 
I. Cook, administratrix, Willamette, Oreg. Under- 
cutter. No. 1,420,234 ; June 20. 

Bartels, John IL, St. Louis, Mo. Steam condenser. No. 
1,420,402 ; June 20. 

Bartelt, Arthur H., Milwaukee, Wis. Wrench. No. 
1,406,331 ; Feb. 14. 

Bartelt, Friedrich L., Corston Lodge, near Bristol, Eng- 
land. Apparatus for washing and treating fibers, yarns, 
fabrics, and the like. No. 1,409,271 ; Mar. 14. 

Bartelt, Walter C, Thiensville, Wis. Building block and 
wall construction. No. 1,422,814 ; July 18. 

Bartenstein, John J., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The 
Fairmount Tool and Forging Company. Adjustable 
spanner wrench. No. 1,417,792 ; May 30. 

Bartezki, Emil A., St. Louis, Mo. Dog-operating device. 
No. 1,439,992 ; Dec. 26. 

Barth, Curt, Hamburg, Germany. Machine-cutting spur 
and helical wheels. No. 1,429.398 ; Sept. 19. 

Barth, Karl, assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktiengesellschaft, 
Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. Self-unloading car. No. 
1,408,334 ; Feb. 28. 

Barth, Karl, Essen, assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. Self-discharging 
car. No. 1,410,154 ; Mar. 21. 

Barth, Karl, Essen, assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. Self-discharging 
car. No. 1,421,378 ; July 4. 

Barth, Karl. Essen, assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktien- 
gesellschaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. Self-dfe- 
charging car. No. 1.428.131 ; Sept. 5.. 

Bartha. Julius, and A. E. Glassmann. New York, assignors 
to Gliissmann-Bartha Welding Corp., New York, N. Y. 
Propeller. No. 1.417,486 ; May 30. 

Barthel, Oliver E., Detroit, Mich. Monorail truck. No. 
1.432.655 : Oct. 17. 

Bartholdy, Max, Karlskoga, Sweden, assignor to Fried. 
Krupp Aktiengesellschaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germanv. 
Surface gauge. No. 1,404,425 ; Jan. 24. 

Bartholdy, Max, Karlskoga, Sweden, assignor to Fried. 
Krupp Aktiengesellschaft. Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. 
Hole gauge. No. 1,420.951 ; June 27. 

Bartholdy. Max, Essen, assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktien- 
gesellschaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr. Germany. Tiidicating- 
lever-limit gauge. No. 1.422,169; July 11. 

Bartholdy. Max, Essen, assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktien- 
gesellschaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. Measuring 
instrument. No. 1,425,438; Aug. 8. 

Bartholdy, Max, Essen. Germany, assignor to Fried. 
Krupp Aktiengesellschaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. 
Inside gauge. No. 1.429,556; Sept. 19. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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BartholomUus, Rudolf, Berlin, Germany. Means for drill- 
ing polygonal holes. No. 1,423,072 ; July 18. 

Bartholome, Charles L., Terre Haute, Ind. Clamping 
device for clotheslines. No. 1,425,313 ; Aug. 8. 

Bartholomew, Ralph, Avon, N. Y. Stretcher cot for auto- 
mobiles. No. 1,413,800 ; Apr. 25. 

Bartholomew, William. (See Kamper, L. H., Adland, and 
Bartholomew.) 

Bartholomew, William, assignor to Troy Laundry Ma- 
chinery Co. Ltd., Chicago, 111. Centrifugal machine. 
No. 1,425,628 ; Aug. 15. 

Bartholomew, William, assignor to Troy Laundry Ma- 
chinery Company, Ltd., Chicago, 111. Gear mechanism 
for laundry machines. No. 1.430,209 ; Sept. 26. 

Bartholomew, William, assignor to Troy Laundry Ma- 
chinery Co., Ltd., Chicago, 111. Lubricating mount- 
ing for centrifugal machines. No. 1,432,095 ; Oct. 17. 

Bartholomew, William, assignor to Troy Laundry Ma- 
chinery Company, Ltd., Chicago, 111. Lubricator for 
step bearings for extractors. No. 1,437,486; Dec. 5. 

Bartholomew, William, and G. Simons, assignors to Troy 
Laundry Machine Co., Ltd., Chicago, 111. Cylinder 
washing machine. No. 1,437,038 ; Nov. 28. 

Bartle, George, S. Glickman, and L. Jacovitz, New York, 
N. Y. Fountain pen. No. 1,427,711 ; Aug. 29. 

Bartlebaugh, Benjamin C, Wheeling, W. Va. Gas heater. 
No. 1,403,730 ; Jan. 17. 

Bartlebaugh, Benjamin C, Wheeling, W. Va. Convertible 
chair. No. 1,415,767 ; May 9. 

Bartleson, Thomas L., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Making phos- 
phorous oxychloride. No. 1,424,193 ; Aug. 1. 

Bartlett, Charles A., and D. W. Schoenthal, McMinnville, 
Oreg. Caster. No. 1,435,371 ; Nov. 14. 

Bartlett, Frank W. (See Cunningham, C. A., Christensen, 
and Bartlett.) 

Bartlett, Harry D.. Chicago, 111. Coal-handling device. 
No. 1,423.986; July 25. 

Bartlett Hay ward Company, The. (See Walker, Thatcher 
W., assignor.) 

Bartlett, Henry B., assignor to B. F. Perkins & Son, Inc., 
Holyoke, Mass. Weighing mechanism. No. 1,415,915 ; 
May 16. 

Bartlett, Kent W., Hammond, Ind. Mixing apparatus. 
No. 1,428,315 ; Sept. 5. 

Bartlett, Leonard, assignor to Reliance Machine & Spe- 
cialty Co., Boston, Mass. Rear automobile signal. No. 
1,402,828; Jan. 10. 

Bartlett, Samuel O., New York, N. Y. Calendar. No. 
1,421,379 ; July 4. 

Bartlett, William D.. and S. Marquis, assignors of one- 
fourth to C. E. Thompson and one-fourth to J. A. Krider, 
Cleveland. Ohio. Pump. No. 1,402,719 ; Jan. 3. 

Barllett. William D., and S. Marquis, assignors of one- 
fourth to C. E. Thompson and one-fourth to J. A. Krider, 
Cleveland, Ohio. No. 1,402,720 ; Jan. 3. 

Bartol, George E.. jr., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to C. 
Howard Hunt Pen Company, Camden, N. J. Manu- 
facturing pens with angular nibs. No. 1,437,631 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Bartoli, Joe J., Stockton, Calif. Emergency fuel, oil, 
and water attachment for motor vehicles. No. 
1,405,089 ; Jan. 31. 

Bartolowsky, Jerome, Oakland, Calif. Musical toy. No. 
1,417,019: May 23. 

Barton, Archilles A., Glendale, Calif. Bucket for deep- 
well pumps. No. 1,430.145; Sept. 26. 

Barton, Archilles A., Glendale, Calif. Pump. No. 
1.435,793 ; Nov. 14. 

Barton, Charles N., assignor of one-third to W. Peek and 
one-third to J. W. Langley, Indianapolis. Ind. Sec- 
tional machinery repair washer. No. 1,418.052 ; May 30. 

Barton, Edward D., Canon City, Colo. Rope or strap 
fastener. No. 1,426,535 ; Aug. 22. 

Barton, Edward IT., Sprague, Wash. Corn popper. No. 
1.402,135 ; Jan. 3. 

Barton, Ernest L., Chester. S. C. Fireback. No. 1,431,209 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Barton, Francis M., assignor to Barton Spider-Web Sys- 
tem, Chicago, 111. Metallic reenforcement for concrete 
structures. No. 1,440,127; Dec. 26. 

Barton, Henry L., Gary, Ind. Excavator. No. 1,416,933 ; 
May 23. 

Barton, John W.. Flint, Mich. Pressure valve. No. 
1.414,323 ; Apr. 25. 

Barton. John W.. Flint, Mich. Bench tire tool. No. 
1.415,916 : Miry 1(\. 

Barton, Kirtland C, National City, 111. Machine for strip- 
ping oil cakes. No. 1,430,613 ; Oct. 3. 

Barton, Louis E., Niagara Falls. N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Titanium Pigment Company, Inc. Pro- 
ducing composite titanic-oxide products. No. 1,409,648 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Barton, Robert W.. Chicago, 111. Propeller-controlling 
mechanism. No. 1.420,619 ; June 27. 

Barton Spider-Web System. (See Barton, Francis M 
assignor.) 

Barton, Thomas, East Orange, N. J. Time and distance 
recording device. No. 1,404,683 ; Jan. 24 

Barton, Vincent, Port Angeles, Wash. Rod cutter. No. 
1.43S.S88; Dec. 12. 

Barton. Warren D.. Waco, Tex. Ice-holding device. No 
1,410.238 ; Mar. 21. 



Barton, William L., assignor of forty-five per cent to J. L. 
Kerr, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Overhead- 
wire transport system. No. 1,422,650 ; July 11. 

Barton, William L., assignor of forty-five per cent to J. L. 
Kerr, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Overhead 
track line. No. 1,425,827 ; Aug. 15. 

Barton, William L., assignor of forty-five per cent to J. L. 
Kerr, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Overhead 
carriage. No. 1,433,926 ; Oct. 31. 

Bartos, Frank, assignor of one-half to S. C Ashby, Jr., 
Helena, Mont. Landing net. No. 1,416,543 ; May 16. 

Bartosz, Joseph A., Salem, Oreg. Hammer. No. 1,408,162 ; 
Feb. 28. 

Baruch, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Cooler for internal- 
combustion-engine radiators. No. 1,411,900 ; Apr. 4. 

Baruch, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Box-strap seal. No. 
1,424,976; Aug. 8. 

Baruch, Sydney N., San Francisco, Calif. Pulse ampli- 
fier. No. 1,403,384: Jan. 10. 

Baruch, Sydney N„ San Francisco. Calif. Apparatus for 
producing therapeutical effects. No. 1,425,743 ; Aug. 15. 

Baruch, Sydney N., San Francisco, Calif. Electric-circuit- 
protecting device. No. 1,427,255 ; Aug. 29. 

Barwell, John W., assignor to Blatchford Calf Meal Com- 
pany, Waukegan, 111. Food product and making same. 
No. 1,409,435 ; Mar. 14. 

Barwell, John W., J. Ward, N. Nelson, J. Hingher, W. E. 
Booth, and W. L. Blows, assignors to Blatchford Calf 
Meal Company, Waukegan, 111. Feeding apparatus. 
No. 1,418,267; May 30. 

Barzen, Richard G., Kansas City, Mo. Heat-controlling 
device. No. 1,416,544 : May 16. 

Baschy, Heinrich, Hamburg, Germany. Apparatus for 
cleaning metal walls, tubes, floors, and the like. No. 
1,404,082 ; Jan. 17. 

Bash, Charles, Brookline, Mass. Toilet-paper holder. No. 
1,420.403; June 20. 

Bash Oil and Refining Company. (See Hoge. Daniel W., 
assignor.) 

Bash, Roy F., Findlay, Ohio. Water and oil proof hous- 
ing for timer wires. No. 1,435,098 ; Nov. 7. 

Bashara, Samuel F., Houston, Tex. Means for locking 
valves. No. 1,421,059 ; June 27. 

Basher, Richard T., Giroux Lake, Ontario, Canada. Can- 
piercing tool. No. 1,407,830; Feb. 28. 

Bashioum, Harrison C. (See Gruber, P., and Bashloum.) 

Bashore, Louis L. S., Marine City, Mich. Chalk holder. 
No. 1,427,712 ; Aug. 29. 

Basic Products Corporation. (See Popper, Isaac C, as- 
signor.) 

Basiie, Robert. (See Waney, Aloysius, assignor.) 

Hasinger. Perry. (See Wilson, Samuel J., assignor.) 

Baskin, Edwin T., Kansas City, Mo. Laundry device No 
1,425,828 ; Aug. 15. 

Basle, Charles L., Los Angeles, Calif. Gasoline feed for 
internal-combustion engines. No. 1,408,163 ; Feb 28 

Basley, Harvey V., Jersey City, N. J. Safety clasp. No'. 
1,415,509 ; May 9. 

Bason George F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Portable lamp. No. 
1,403,378 ; Jan. 10. 

Bass, E. & J., Incorporated. (See Negbaur, Harry, as- 
signor.) 

Bass, Earl H., Derby, Iowa. Cleat for tractor wheels. 
No. 1,417,020 ; May 23. 

Bass, G. H., & Company. (See Llewellyn, Ernest A., 
assignor.) 

Basset, Lucien P., Paris, France. Making iron or steel. 

No. 1.419,801 ; June 13. 
Basset, Lucien P., Paris, France. Direct manufacture 

of iron and steel. No. 1,435,686 ; Nov. 14. 
Rassett, Alvin J. (See Sharp, J. E., and Bassett.) 
Bassett, Ben H. (See Warman, Ora J., assignor i 
Bassett, Bert L. (See Abbott, C. C, and Bassett.) 
Bassett, Bert L. (See Abbott, C. C, and W. E., B L 

and I. L. Bassett.) 
Bassett, Harold S., and A. J. Tanner, North Haven, Conn 

Holder for metal tickets and the like. No. 1 411 252 ■ 

Apr. 4. 

Bassett^Jarry P., Cynthiana, Ky. Bleaching cotton. No. 
1,402,040 : Jan. 3. 

Bassett, Harry P., Cynthiana, Ky. Producing alumina and 
potash. No. 1,404,083 ; Jan. 17. 

Bassett, Harry P., Cynthiana, Ky. Production of magne- 
sia. No. 1,405.388 : Feb. 7. 

Bassett. Harry P., Cynthiana, Ky. Producing alumina 
and potash. No. 1,410.642 ; Mar. 28. 

Bassett, Harry P., Cynthiana. Ky, Separating mixtures 
of salts. No. 1,436,228 ; Nov. 21. 

Bassett, Irvin L. (See Abbott, C. C, and Bassett, assign- 
ors.) 

Bassett. Irvin L. (See Abbott, C. C, and W. E., B L 

and I. L. Bassett.) 
Bassett, John, G. E. D. Seale, and G. Davidson, Hokitika 

New Zealand. Automobile heater. No. 1,434 423 • 

Nov. 7. 

Bassett, Preston R., assignor to The Sperry Gyroscope 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Glass front for searchlights. 
No. 1,403,889 ; Jan. 17. 

Bassett, Preston R., assignor to The Sperry Gyroscope 
Company. Brooklyn. N. Y. Concentrated flaming arc 
lamp for projectors. No. 1,428,510 : Sept. 5. 

Bassett, Reuben T. (See Crossley, Albert D„ assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bassett, Robert N., Company. (See Bradshaw, Charles 
E., assignor.) 

Bassett, Robert N., Company. (See Caligan, William L., 
assignor.) 

Bassett, Robert S., Buffalo, N. Y. Liquid meter. No. 
1,413,214; Apr. 18. 

Bassett, Walter E., Muskegon, Mich. Mat-holding device 
No. 1,411,469 ; Apr. 4. 

Bassett, Willard E. (See Abbott, C. C, and Bassett.) 

Bassett, Willard E. (See Abbott, . C. C, and W. E., 
B. L., and I. L. Bassett.) 

Bassette, John G. (See Hibbard, R. B., Watrous, and 
Bassette.) 

Bassette, John G., assignor to Airdry Corporation, Groton, 
N. Y. Drying machine. No. 1,419,712 ; June 13. 

Bassford, George W., et al. (See Henry, W., and Bass- 
ford, assignors.) 

Bassford, Isaac. (See Henry, W., and Bassford.) 

Bassford, William K., Metuchen, N. J. Safety device for 
oil heaters and lamps. No. 1,428,132 ; Sept. 6. 

Bassick Company, The. (See Bassick, Frederick C, as- 
signor.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Claud-Mantle, Arthur, as- 
signor.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Diss, Albert B., assignor.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Diss, Daniel B., assignor.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Herold, Walter F., as- 
signor.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Moore, Raymond G., as- 
signor.) 

Bassick, Frederick C, assignor to The Bassick Company, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Cabinet latch. No. 1,412,599 ; 
Aug. 11. 

Bassick Manufacturing Company, The. (See Arthur V. 
Gullborg, assignor.) 

Bassick Manufacturing Company, The. (See Fesler, 
Douglas F., assignor.) 

Bassick Manufacturing Company, The. (See Piquerez, 
Emile, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Bastian, Arthur J., Edgewood Park, Pa., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. 
Forming laminated rods. No. 1,431,922 ; Oct. 17. 

Bastian-Blessing Company, The. (See Bastian, C. L., 
and Mathisen, assignors.) 

Bastian, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Fluid-pressure-regulat- 
ing valve. No. 1,408,923 ; Mar. 7. 

Bastian, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Fluid-pressure-regulat- 
ing valve. No. 1,408,924 ; Mar. 7. 

Bastian, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Fluid-pressure-regulat- 
ing valve. No. 1,408,925 ; Mar. 7. 

Bastian, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Fluid-pressure-regulat- 
ing valve. No. 1,408,926 ; Mar. 7. 

Bastian, Charles D., and H. Mathisen, assignors to The 
Bastian-Blessing Company, Chicago, 111. Dispensing 
valve. No. 1,428,744 : Sept. 12. 

Bastin, L. A., et al. (See Hull, Horace, assignor.) 

Batchelder, Asa F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Power transmission and electric 
braking. No. 1,421,894 ; July 4. 

Batchelder, Asa F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Resilient wheel. No. 1,423,299 ; 
July 18. 

Batchelor, Charles L., Portland, Oreg. Automobile fender. 
No. 1,414,930 ; May 2. 

Batchelor, Charles L., Portland, Oreg. Bed. No. 
1,415,978 ; May 16. 

Batchelor, Harold,. Jersey City, N. J. Locking means for 
nuts, bolts, and the like. No. 1,423.746; July 25. 

Batchelor, Harold, Jersey City, N. J., assignor of one-half 
to H. C. Abell, New York, N. Y. Locking device for 
lubricating cups. No. 1,412.993 ; Apr. 18. 

Batchelor, Horton, Boston, Mass. Desulphurizing ores 
and producing a combustible gas. No. 1,403,283 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Batdorf, Charles S., Brooklyn N. Y. Machine for mak- 
ing paper cups. No. 1,420,808 ; June 27. 

Bate, John W., Racine, Wis. Extension handle. No. 
1,420,809 ; June 27. 

Bate, John W., Racine, Wis. Collapsible handle. No. 
1,426,809 ; Aug. 22. 

Bateman, Arthur R., Lynchburg, Va. Aligning instrument 
for crosshead guide bars. No. 1,421,895 ; July 4. 

Bateman, St. Elmo, Los Angeles, Calif. Fumigating appa- 
ratus. No. 1,426,536 ; Aug. 22. 

Bateman, Samuel F., El Dorado, Ark. Sand trap for 
oil-well pumps. No. 1.430,146 ; Sept .26. 

Bateman, William H., London, England. Separator em- 
ployed for the separation of liquids of different density. 
No. 1,421,658 ; July 4. 

Batenburg, Peter J. F., Clintonville. Wis. Driving and 
steering axle. No. 1,407,911 ; Feb. 28. 

Bater, Montague R., N. P. Svendsen, D. T. Trump, and 
R. M. Mahoney, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Electrically- 
operated signal for automobiles. No. 1,437.086 ; Nov. 28. 

Bates, Adelmer M., assignor to Bates Valve Bag Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Wire tie and seal making and 
applying tool. No. 1,429,920; Sept. 26. 

Bates, Adelmer M., assignor to Bates Valve Bag Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Filling barrels. No. 1,434,583 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Bates, Adelmer M., assignor to Bates Valve Bag Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Bag-tying tool. No. 1,434,5S4 ; 
Nov. 7. 



Bates, Adelmer M., assignor to Bates Valve Bag Company, 
Chicago, 111. Machine for printing bag blanks. No. 
1,436,077; Nov. 21. 

Bates, Adelmer M., assignor to Bates Valve Bag Company, 
Chicago, 111. Wire-tying tool. No. 1,436,637 ; Nov. 28. 

Bates Arthur, Leicester, England, assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Making shoes. 
No. 1,419,201 ; June 13. 

Bates, Arthur, Leicester, England, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Upper-shaDing machine. No. 1,419,202 ; 
June 13. 

Bates, Arthur, Leicester, England, assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Making shoes. 
No. 1,419,203; June 13. 

Bates, Arthur, Leicester, England, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Upper-shaning machine. No. 1,419,204 ; 
June 13. 

Bates, Arthur, Leicester, England, assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Upper-forming 
machine. No. 1,425,503 ; Aug. 15. 

Bates, Arthur, Leicester, England, assignor by mesne 
assignments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Upper-shaping machine. No. 1,426:342 • 
Aug. 22.. 

Bates, Arthur. Leicester, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Apparatus for attaching uppers to 
soles in the manufacture of shoes. No. 1,426,343 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Bates, Arthur, Leicester, England, assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Upper-pulling 
machine. No. 1.430,529 ; Oct. 3. 

Bates, Arthur, Leicester, England, assignor' to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Cutting 
machine. No. 1,436,691 ; Nov. 28. 

Bates, C. J., & Sons. (See Davis, Henry E , assignor.) 

Bates, Clarence A., and E. Fults, Canastota, N. Y. 
Screw driver. No. 1,424,275 ; Aug. 1. 

Bates, E. V., Machine Co. (See Bates, Eddo V„ as r 
signor. ) 

Bates, Eddo V., assignor to E. V. Bates Machine Co., 
Lowell, Mass. Wool card. No. 1,433,927; Oct. 31. 

Bates, Edith M„ New York, N. Y., and M. Wheeler, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Pin-attached snap fastener. No. 
1,438.889 ; Dec. 12. 

Bates, Edmund C, assignor to The Buckeye Jack Manu- 
facturing Company, Alliance, Ohio. Lifting jack. No. 
1,430,350 ; Sept. 26. 

Bates, George B., Lynn, Mass. Mixing apparatus. No. 
1,434,585; Nov. 7. . 

Bates, George E., Syracuse, N. Y. Direction indicator 
for vehicles. No. 1,407,831 ; Feb. 28. 

Bates, Harry. (See Kidder, Wellington P., assignor.) 

Bates, Harry, assignor to Underwood Typewriter Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Typewriting machine. No. 
1,415,138 ; May 9. 

Bates, Harry, assignor to Underwood Typewriter Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Typewriting machine. No. 

1.427.345 ; Aug. 29. 

Bates, Harry, assignor to Underwood Typewriter Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Typewriting machine. No. 

1.427.346 ; Aug. 29. 

Bates. Harry, assignor to Underwood Typewriter Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Typewriting machine. No. 
1,428,832 ; Sept. i2. 

Bates, Harry H., assignor to Bates Machine tV Tractor 
Company, Joliet, III. Tractor. No. 1.406,332 ; Feb. 14. 

Bates, Harry H., assignor to Bates Machine and Tractor 
Company," Joliet, 111. Tractor. No. 1,436,376 ; Nov. 21. 

Bates. Henry L-, Boston, Mass. Foldable rack. No. 
1,407,912 ; Feb. 28. 

Bates, James N. (See Knowles, M. M., and Bates.) 

Bates, Joseph S., Bridgeport. Conn., assignor to The Na- 
tional Aniline & Chemical Company, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Scraper for rotary filters. No. 1.415.859 ; May 10. 

Bates, Lindon W., Mount Lebanon, N. Y. Apparatus for 
agitating and heating mobile material. No. 1,406,S18 ; 
Feb. 14. 

Bates Machine & Tractor Company. (See Bates, Harry 
H., assignor.) 

Bates. Richard S., Sterling, Colo. Road grader. No. 
1,405.256 ; Jan. 31. 

Bates, Thomas F.. Shelbyville. Tenn. Dental instrument 
holder. No. 1,406.143 ; Feb. 7. 

Bates Valve Bag Company. (See Bates, Adelmer M„ 
assignor.) 

Bath, John, assignor to John Bath & Company. Worcester, 
Mass. Adjustable plug gauge. No. 1.429.183 : Sept. 1 2. 

Bath, John, assignor to John Bath & Co., Inc., Worcester, 
Mass. Ring gauge. No. 1,438.681 ; Dec. 12. 

Bath, John, and R. H. C. Grunewald, Worcester, Mass., 
assignor to John Bath & Co. Inc. Thread grinder. 
No. 1.438,682 ; Dec. 12. 

Bath, John, & Co. (See Bath, J., and Grunewald, as- 
signors.) 

Bath, John, & Co. (See Bath, John, assignor.) 

Bath. John, & Company. (See Clifford, H. F., and Grune- 
wald, assignors.) 

Bathgate, Owen II. (See Stevenson, W. W., and Bath- 
gate.) 

Bathurst Manufacturing Company. (See Bathurst, 
Thomas T., assignor.) (Reissue.) 



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Bathurst, Thomas T., Kansas City, Mo. Spark plug. 
No. 1,430.429: Sept. 26. 

Bathurst, Thomas T., assignor to Bathurst Manufacturing 
Company, Kansas City, Mo. Spark plug. (Reissue.) 
No. 15,276; Jan. 31. 

Batie, Joseph E., assignor to Kelsey Wheel Company, 
Detroit. Mich. Felly-forming machine. No. 1,416,676 ; 
May 23. 

Batie, Joseph E., assignor to Kelsey Wheel Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Machine for engaging ferrules with 
wheel spokes. No. 1,416,677 ; May 23. 

Batie, Joseph E., assignor to Kelsey Wheel Company, 
Inc., Detroit. Mich. Apparatus for manufacturing vehi- 
cle wheels. No. 1,416,678 ; May 23. 

Batla, Thomas H., and H. J. Holan, Temple, Tex. Cotton- 
stallc cutter and insect killer. No. 1,427,931 ; Sept. 5. 

Battaglia, Sam, Brooklyn, N. Y. Leg block. No. 
1,406,144 ; Feb. T. 

Battelle, Gordon. (See Waring, William G., assignor.) 

Battelle, Gordon, II. M. Runkle, and W. B. Tobin, as- 
signors to The International Derrick and Equipment 
Company, Columbus, Ohio. Derrick structure for oil, 
gas, and artesian wells. No. 1,439,786; Dec. 26. 

Battersby, Gertrude B., Philadelphia, Pa. Hair curler. 
No. 1,437,334; Nov. 28. 

Batterson, Clvde A., Hastings, Nebr. Weed exterminator. 
No. 1,407,689 ; Feb. 28. 

Battery Appliance Corporation. (See Arendt, M., Bur- 
rows, and Rosenmeyer, assignors.) 

Battey. Richard, Black Diamond, Wash. Mining coal. No. 
1.408,971 ; Mar. 7. 

Battey, William A., Haverford, Pa., assignor to Penn- 
sylvania Crusher Companv, New York, N. Y. Crusher 
roll. No. 1.410.546 ; Mar. 28. 

Battin, Cora B., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Fastening device. 
No. 1,412,825 ; Apr. 18. 

Battin, Harold T., New York, N. Y. Warning valve. 
No. 1,403,066 ; Jan. 10. 

Battin & Company. (See Rumble, William, Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Battle Creek Box Company. (See Cummings, Charles 
A., assignor.) 

Banner, Stephen, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pneumatic-action unit. 
No. 1,420,678 ; June 27. 

Bails. John T., Grand Rapids, Mich. Trunk garment- 
holding rack. No. 1,424,333 ■ Aug. 1. 

Battv, George, York, England. Apparatus for casting 
ingots. No. 1,414.394 ; May 2. 

Batty, Thomas E., Sheffield, England. Conveyer and the 
like. No. 1,413,956; Apr. 25. 

Bauder, John, Cincinnati, Ohio. Can holding and sealing 
device. No. 1,427,347 ; Aug. -29. 

Bauer, Anna, Union, N. J. Rope grip. No. 1,418,902; 
June 6. 

Bauer. August. Wetzlar, Germanv. Microscope. No. 
1.429.557 ; Sept. 19. 

Bauer, August O., Columbus, Ohio. Aquarium structure. 
No. 1,432,827 ; Oct. 24. 

Bauer, Bruno, Zurich, and A. von Zeerleder, assignors to 
Societe Anonyrae des Aeliers de Secheron, Geneva, Swit- 
zerland. Electric resistance heater for high tempera- 
tures. No. 1,426,245 ; Aug. 15. 

Bauer, Carl E., Hammond, Ind. Brake-beam fulcrum and 
producing same. No. 1,402,392 ; Jan. 3. 

Bauer, Carl E.. Hammond. Ind. Brake-beam fulcrum 
and making same. No. 1,415,009 ; May 9. 

Bauer, Carl E.. Hammond, Ind. Fulcrum and making the 
same. No. 1,426,705 ; Aug. 22. 

Bauer, Carl E., Hammond, Ind., assignor to American 
Steel Foundries. Chicago. 111. Car bolster and making 
same. No. 1,419,348 ; June 13. 

Bauer, Carl E., Hammond. Ind. Fulcrum and making 
the same. No. 1,427,932; Sept. 5. 

Bauer, Carl E.. Hammond, Ind. Drawbar yoke and 
making the same. No. 1,439,659 ; Dec. 19. 

Bauer, Carl E., Hammond, Ind. Brake-beam fulcrum and 
making the same. No. 1,439.660; Dec. 19. 

Bauer, Christopher W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Household imple- 
ment. No. 1,402,470 ; Jan. 3. 

Bauer, Christopher W.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Cordage hitch- 
ing device. No. 1,426,537 ; Aug. 22. 

Bauer, Eugen, Maine, 111. Planter. No. 1,430,614 ; Oct. 3. 

Bauer. Fred. Red Wing. Minn. Floating decov. No. 
1.429,558; Sept. 19. 

Bauer, Frederick C, Philadelphia, Pa. Toy car. No. 
1.416.775 : May 23. 

Bauer, George, Neenah, Wis. Propeller. No. 1,438.012 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Bauer, Gustav, Hamburg, and F. Kramer, Blankenese- 
Dockenhuden, near Hamburg, Germany. Apparatus for 
preventing escape of oil from submarine tanks. No. 
1.414,615 : May 2. 

Bauer, Gustav, Hamburg, and F. Kramer, Blankenese- 
Dockenhuden, near Hamburg, Germany. Testing ap- 
paratus for indicating leaks. No. 1,423,902 ; July 25. 

Bauer, Gustavus A., Chicago, III., assignor to Hugro 
Manufacturing Company, Warsaw, Ind. Brush con- 
struction. No. 1.407.913; Feb. 28. 

Bauer, Hans F. (See Lenders. A. W. H., and Bauer.) 

Bauer, Jacob L., Milwaukee. Wis. Lifting device for pho- 
nograph disks. No. 1,426,034 ; Aug. 15. 

Bauer, John, Detroit, Mich. Shoe-polishing device. No. 
1,415,510; May 9. 



Bauer, John G. (See Roeling, II. W., Williams, and 
Bauer.) 

Bauer, John II., and W\ F. Kennell, Stanberry, Mo. 
Liquid-level gauge. No. 1,429,832 ; Sept. 19. 

Bauer, John W. and L. E., Havre de Grace, Md. Can 
opener. No. 1,434,323 ; Oct. 31. 

Bauer, Lawrence E. (See Bauer, John W. and L. E.) 

Bauer, Perry S., Chicago, 111. Automatic steering device 
for motor vehicles. No. 1,418,693; June 6. 

Bauer, Walter, assignor to Rohm & Haas Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Darmstadt, Germany. Producing chemical com- 
pounds from acetylene and hydrohalogenic acids. No. 
1,414,852 ; May 2. 

Bauer, Walter C, Kansas City, Mo. Driving mechanism 
for washing machines. No. 1,405,057 ; Feb. 7. 

Bauer, Wilbelm, and A. Herre, Opladen, near Cologne, 
assignors to Farbenfabriken vorm. Kriedr. Bayer and 
Co., Leverkusen, near Cologne-on-the-Rhine, Germany. 
Vat dyestuffs. No. 1,434,983 ; Nov. 7. 

Bauer & Black. (See Schulz, Otto C, assignor.) 

Bauer & Black. (See Sharp, William H., assignor.) 

Bunerle, Hugo. Stuttgart, Germany. Automatic adjust- 
able and foldablc easy-cbair. No. 1,414,004 ; Apr. 25. 

BUuerle, Tobias, St. Georgen, Germany. Drive for weight- 
moved clocks. No. 1,408.718 ; Mar. 7. 

Bauerle, Tobias, St. Georgen, Germany. Clock with strik- 
ing trains for hours and quarters. No. 1,437,705 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Bauers, Aage K. J., Copenhagen, Denmark. Keyless lock 
suitable for cycle lock and the like. No. 1,40S,434 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Bauert, William EL, Roseville, near Sydney, New South 
Wales, Australia. Signal means for automobiles for 
indicating their direction of route or stoppage. No. 
1,408,335 ; Feb. 28. 

Bauert, William H., Roseville, near Sydney, New South 
Wales, Australia. Means for contracting or expanding 
split demountable rims. No. 1,438,514 ; Dec. 12. 

Baugher, Jacob, North Webster, and W. F. Kline, South 
Milford, Ind. Folding swing chair. No. 1,417,443 ; 
May 23. 

Baughman, Alton L., Wolf Lake, Ind., assignor to The 
De Laval Separator Company, New York, *N. Y. Bowl 
clamp for cream separators. No. 1,431,923 ; Oct. 17. 

Baughman, Leonard, Milwaukee, Wis. Device for dis- 
pensing phonograph needles or the like. No. 1,412,826 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Baule, Marie E. A., St.-Cyr, France. Apparatus for trac- 
ing the routes of warships and merchant vessels. No. 
1,433,595; Oct. 31. 

Baum Dairy Appliance Company. (See Bauin, Ewald G., 
assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Baum, Edward F., Wormleysburg, Pa. Weather-indicating 
device. No. 1,435,445 ; Nov. 14. 

Baum, Ewald G., assignor to Baum Dairy Appliance Com- 
pany, Natick, Mass. Bottle cap. (Reissue.) No. 15,491 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Baum, Gabriel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Display doll and dress 
outfit. No. 1,434,279; Oct. 31. 

Baum, Gustav, assignor to the Firm Chemische Fabrik 
Weissenstein Gesellschaft m. b. H.. Carinthia, Austria. 
Distilling sulphuric acid. No. 1,419,008; June 6. 

Baum, Henry, East Cleveland, Ohio. Scraper. No. 
1,421,380 ; July 4. 

Baum, J., Safe & Lock Company, The. (See Freyberg, J., 
and Wubbolding, assignors.) 

Baum, James B., Grand Junction, Colo. Wrench. No. 
1,404,828 ; Jan. 31. 

Baum. James B., Grand Junction, Colo. Truck. No. 
1,424,438; Aug. 1. 

Baum, Kravat & Baum. (See Baum, Louis, assignor.) 

Baum, Louis, assignor to Baum, Kravat & Baum, New 
York, N. Y. Tag. No. 1,412,445 ; Apr. 11. 

Bauman, William N., Cleburne, Tex. Curtain-pole clamp. 
No. 1,405,257 ; Jan. 31. 

Baumann, Carl A. (See Stevens, C. S., and Baumann.) 

Baumann. Emil, St. Louis, Mo. Resilient tire. No. 
1,424,231 ; Aug. 1. 

Baumann, Ferdinand P., Kusnacht. Switzerland. Beating 
apparatus. No. 1.433,113 ; Oct. 24. 

Baumann, Frederick, Jr., East Orange, N. J. Cutting 
machine. No. 1,418,053 ; May 30. 

Baumann, Karl, Urmston, England, assignor to The Brit- 
ish Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Limited. Semidouble-flow steam turbine. No. 
1,405.090 ; Jan. 31. 

Baumann, Karl, Urmston, England, assignor to The Brit- 
ish Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Com- 
pany Limited. Steam turbine. No. 1,405,091. Jan. 31. 

Baumann, Karl, Urmston, England, assignor to The Brit- 
ish Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company 
Limited. Steam turbine. No. 1,405,092; Jan. 31. 

Baumann, Karl, Urmston, England, assignor to The Brit- 
ish Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 
Limited. Steam turbine. No. 1,405.564 ; Feb. 7. 

Baumann, Karl, Urmston, England, assignor to The Brit- 
ish Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company 
Limited. Steam turbine. No. 1,405,565 ; Feb. 7. 

Baumann, Karl, Urmston, England, assignor to The Brit- 
ish Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company 
Limited. Steam turbine. No. 1,412,827; Apr. 18. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Baumann, Karl, Urmston, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Westinghouse Electric and Manufac- 
turing Company. Vacuum breaker. No. 1,432,272 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Baumeister, Hans Friedricbshafen, assignor to Zeppelin- 
Werke Staaken, Gesellschaft mit bescbrankter Haftung, 
Staaken-Spandau, Germany. Flying machine. No. 
1,439,993 ; Dec. 26. 

Baumetz, Gustave A., Cleveland, Ohio. Storage battery. 
No. 1,415,139 ; May 9. 

Baumgartel, Henry, Chicago, 111. Adjustable photographic 
mask. No. 1,430,615 ; Oct. 3. 

Baumgartl, Leroy, assignor to Federal Cement Tile Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Roof structure. No. 1,417,487 ; 
May 30. 

Baumstark, Guiseppe J., North Bergen, N. J. Lock. No. 
1,412,600 ; Apr. 11. 

Baun, Carl, Halle-on-the-Saale, Germany. Driving mecha- 
nism for rope and chain railways. No. 1,426,451 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Baur, Hugo J., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Johnson Coin Counting Machine Co. Coin- 
counting machine. No. 1,410,239 ; Mar. 21. 

Baur, Hugo J., Chicago, 111., assignor to Johnson Fare 
Box Company. Platform fare box. No. 1,435,687 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Bausch, Albert. (See Maguire, W., and Bausch.) 

Bausch, John J., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Mounting for reading lenses. 
No. 1.415,511 ; May 9. 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bausch, John J., 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Drescher, Theo- 
dore B., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Kothiringer, Jo- 
seph, assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Poser, Max, as- 
signor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Simpson, Leon G., 
assignor. ) 

Bausher, Solon D., Reading, and J. D. Reed, Schuylkill 
Haven, assignors to Glorie Underwear Mill, Reading, 
and to Union Knitting Mills, Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 
Lady's undergarment. No. 1,407,626 ; Feb. 21. 

Bausman, Alonzo L., assignor to National Equipment 
Company, Springfield, Mass. Confectionery-coating ma- 
chine. No. 1,407,116 ; Feb. 21.. 

Bausman, Alonzo L., assignor to National Equipment 
Company, Springfield, Mass. Motor support. No. 
1,427,713 ; Aug. 29. 

Bausman, Edward H., Baltimore, Md. Illuminated mark- 
er. No. 1,423,641 ; July 25. 

Bauwens, Seraphine F., Chicago, 111., assignor to Wire- 
bounds Patents Company, Kittery, Me. Wirebound-box 
machine. No. 1,408,336 ; Feb. 28. 

Bauwens, Seraphine F., Chicago, 111., assignor to Wire- 
bounds Patents Company, Kittery, Me. Machine for use 
in making wirebound boxes. No. 1,437,386 ; Nov. 28. . 

Bava, Antonio G., San Francisco, Calif. Belting tool. No. 
1,422,332; July 11. 

Bawden, Fred M. (in trust). (See Newkirk, Perry B., 
assignor.) 

Bawtree, Alfred E., Sutton, assignor of one-half to A. S. 
Legg, Thornton Heath, England. Means for regulating 
the flow of compressed gases. No. 1,421,381 ; July 4. 

Baxflat Barrel & Crate Corporation. (See Le Fevre, 
George A., assignor.) 

Baxter, Ernest H., Chicago, 111. Refillable fuse plug. 
No. 1,407,117; Feb. 21. 

Baxter, Ernest H., Chicago, 111. Transmission lock. No. 
1,428,316; Sept. 5. 

Baxter, Ernest W., Van Wert, Ohio. Attachment for mo- 
tor vehicles. No. 1,421,147 ; June 27. 

Baxter, George, Rochester, N. Y. Husking ivory nuts. 
No. 1,433,928 : Oct. 31. 

Baxter, Harold C. (See Whitaker, D., and Baxter.) 

Baxter, Robert L., et al. (See Nusbaum, Wilbur J., as- 
signor.) 

Baxter, William C, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Delivery 
mechanism. No. 1.405,389 ; Feb. 7. 

Baxter, William C, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation. Paterson, N. J. Sole- 
leveling machine. No. 1,434,424 ; Nov. 7. 

Baxter, William C, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Sheet- 
feeding machine. No. 1,438,213 ; Dec. 12. 

Baxter, William C, assignor to E. M. Trimble, doing 
business as the E. M. Trimble Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Hinge. No. 1,422,651 ; July 11. 

Baxter, William W. (See Hellmann, L. F., and Baxter.) 
(Reissue.) 

Baxter, Willis J., Waynesville, N. C. Combined rake and 
pitchfork. No. 1,439,220 ; Dec. 19. 

Bay State Pump Company. (See Waterhouse, Harold D., 
assignor.) 

Bayer, Frank E., Erie, assignor to Erie Art Metal Com- 
pany, Millcreek Township, Pa. Sheet-metal article. 
No. 1.425.232; Aug. 8. 

Bayer, Matthew F., assignor to Simmons Company, Keno- 
sha, Wis. Wall bed. No. 1,418,054 ; May 30. 

Bayer, Matthew F., assignor to Simmons Company, Keno- 
sha, Wis. Extension couch. No. 1,418,055 ; May 30. 



Bayer, Matthew F., assignor to Simmons Company, Keno- 
sha, Wis. Caster lock. No. 1,428,932 ; Sept. 12. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to lngersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Side-bolt construction for 
percussive tools. No. 1,409,904 ; Mar. 21. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to lngersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Pneumatic column. No. 
1,409,905; Mar. 21. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to lngersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Percussive tools. No. 
1,411,253 ; Apr. 4. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to lngersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Pin retainer for tool 
holders. No. 1,423,595 ; July 25. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to lngersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Valve-spindle-retaining 
device. No. 1,428,745 ; Sept. 12. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to lngersoll-Rand 
Company Jersey City, N. J. Air-feed control for rock 
drills. No. 1,436,638 ; Nov. 28. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to lngersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Manual air-feed control 
for rock drills. No. 1,437,632; Dec. 5. 

Bayles, Lewis C, and F. M. Slater, Easton, Pa., assignors 
to lngersoll-Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Per- 
cussive tool. No. 1,408,684 ; Mar. 7. 

Bayles, Lewis C, and F. M. Slater, Easton, Pa., assignors 
to lngersoll-Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Auto- 
matic regujating valve for fluid-operating motors./ No. 
1,414,168 ; Apr. 25. 

Baylor, Charles A., assignor of one-half to J. E. McGraw, 
Laporte, Ind. Vehicle brake. No. 1,436,563 ; Nov. 21. 

Bayne, George G., et al. (See Branstrator, Clement G., 
assignor.) 

Bayne, George G., Bushnell, 111. Road drag. No. 
1,417,882 ; May 30. 

Bayne, George G., Bushnell, 111. Trough. No. 1,423,552 ; 
July 25. 

Bayne, George G., and J. C. Hoehnen, Bushnell, 111. 
Trough. No. 1,418,516 ; June 6. 

Bayne, George G., assignor of one-fourth to J. C. Hoehnen 
and one-fourth to C. G. Branstrator, and one-fourth to 
Bayne Manufacturing Company, Bushnell, 111. Adjust- 
able transmission mechanism. No. 1,415,512 ; May 9. 

Bayne Manufacturing Company, et al. (See Bayne, George 
&., assignor.) 

Bayne Manufacturing Company, et al. (See Branstrator, 
Clement G., assignor.) 

Bayrer, Homer H., administrator. (See Bayrer, Wil- 
liam J.) 

Bayrer, William J., deceased, Hartford ; H. H. Bayrer, ad- 
ministrator, assignor to R. G. Henry, West Hartford, 
Conn. Supporting means for shaft bearings. Ni>. 
1,416,776; May 23. 

Bayrer, William J., deceased, Hartford ; H. H. Bayrer, ad- 
ministrator, assignor to R. G. Henry, West Hartford, 
Conn. Drilling machine. No. 1,416,777 ; May 23. 

Bayrer, William J., deceased, Hartford ; H. H. Bayrer, ad- 
ministrator, assignor to R. G. Henry, West Hartford, 
Conn. Belt-shifting mechanism. No. 1,416.778 ; May 23. 

Bazaine, Leon, Levallois, France, assignor to Societe 
Anonyme des Etablissements Nieuport, Issy-Ies-Mouli- 
neaux, Seine, France. Aeroplane. No. 1,436,934 ; Nov. 28. 

Bazeley, Arthur J., assignor to The National Malleable 
Castings Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Coupling center- 
ing and supporting mechanism. No. 1,440,052 ; Dec. 26. 

Bazzeghin, Carlo M., Washington, D. C. Aeroplane attach- 
ment. No. 1,405,658 ; Feb. 7. 

Beach, Chester H., assignor to Wisconsin Electric Com- 
pany, Racine, Wis. Drink mixer. No. 1,433,253 ; Oct. 24. 

Beach, Clarence E-, Binghamton, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph 
Company. Signaling mechanism. No. 1,422,523 ; July 11. 

Beach, Edward J., assignor to Beach, Russ Co., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Oil separator. No. 1.405,259 ; Jan. 31. 

Beach, Frank L., et al. (See Strong, E., and Tar- 
button, • assignors. ) 

Beach, Harold K. and N. A., Baltimore, Md., assignors to 
Baltimore Tube Company, Incorporated. Pickling 
process and apparatus. No. 1,402,734 ; Jan. 10. 

Beach, Howard, et al. (See Christie, Hans L.. assignor.) 

Beach, Howard L. (See Clark, C. H., and Beach.) 

Beach, Howard L., Edgewood Park, Pa., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company. 
Control apparatus. No. 1,406,333 ; Feb. 14. 

Beach, Howard W. (See Brown, William J., assignor.) 

Beach, Merrill A., Penn Yan, N. Y. Liquid-dispensing ap- 
paratus. (Reissue) No. 15,257 ; Jan. 3. 

Beach, Merrill A., Penn Yan, N. Y. Automatic liquid-dis- 
pensing apparatus. No. 1,434,670 ; Nov. 7. 

Beach, Nealon A. (See Beach, Harold K. and N. A.) 

Beach, Oscar W., Turlock, Calif. Land leveler. No. 
1,403,831 ; Jan. 17. 

Beach, Oscar W., Turlock, Calif. Land leveler. No. 
1,403,934 ; Jan. 17. 

Beach, Russ Co. (See Beach, Edward J., assignor.) 

Bead Chain Manufacturing Co., The. (See Prevot, 
Frederic P., assignor.) 

Beadle, Blanche E., assignor of one-half to R. A. Beadle, 
Springfield, Mass. Hair-clasping device. No. 1,408,247 ; 
Feb. 28. 

Beadle, Blanche E., assignor of one-half to R. A. Beadle, 
Sprinefield, Mass. Hair-clasping device. No. 1,434,425 ; 
Nov. 7. 



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Beadle, George W., Stamford, assignor to Columbia Graph- 
ophone Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Cor- 
rection device for phonographic machines. No. 1,403,584 ; 
Jan. 17. 

Beadle, George W., Stamford, assignor to Columbia Graph- 
ophone Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. No. 
1,41(5,441 ; May 16. 

Beadle, George W., Stamford, Conn., and S. Kohn, New 
York, N. X., assignors to Columbia Graphophone Man- 
ufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Automatic stop. 
No. 3,430,567 ; Oct. 3. 

Beadle, George W., Stamford, Conn., and S. Kohn, New 
York, N. 1., assignors to Columbia Graphophone Manu- 
facturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Automatic stop. 
No. 1,430,568; Oct. 3. 

Beuuie, Kusseil A. ^See Beadle, Blanche E„ assignor.) 

Beadle, Warren K, assignor to Nekoosa Motor and Ma- 
chine Co., Grand Kapids, Wis. Safety device for wind- 
ing and unwinding rollers. No. 1,412,994 ; Apr. 18. 

Beagle, Victor E., Alexandria, Va. Hoisting truck. No. 
1,437,583 ; Dec. 5. 

Beagle, William J., assignor of one-half to J. M. Stever : 
Syracuse, N. Y. • Glare shield for motor vehicles. No. 
1,411,399 ; Apr. 4. 

Beakes, William E., New Orleans, La., assignor to United 
Fruit Company, Boston, Mass. Process and apparatus 
for wireless telegraphy and telephony. No. 1,438,290 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Beal, Carroll N. and P. C, San Francisco, Calif. Tractor 
driving and mechanism therefor. No. 1,423,642 ; 
July 25. 

Beaj, 1-u.j C. (See Beal, Carroll N. and F. C.) 

Beal, Frank F., et al., trustees. (See Ramage, Alexander 
S., assignor.) 

Beal, George Y., Choctaw, Okla. Steering-gear stabilizer. 
No. 1,428,515 ; Sept. 12. 

Beal, Herman L., Brookline, Mass. Rubber heel. No. 
1,428,524 ; Sept. 12. 

B> al, Ralph R., Palo Alto, assignor to A. Taylor, San 
Francisco, Calif. Radio oscillation generator. No. 

1.410.730 ; Mar. 28. 

Beal, Ralph W. and VV. V., Alliance, Nebr. Bag holder. 

No. 1,422,524; July 11. 
Beal, Ralph W. and W. V., Alliance, Nebr. Grading ap- 
paratus. No. 1,437,884 ; Dec. 5. 
Beal, Warren V. (See Beal, Ralph W. and W. V.) 
Beall, Frank F., et al, trustees. (See Ramage, Alexander 

S., assignor.) 
Beall. Warren £1., Washington, D. C. Building door. No. 

1,429,833; Sept. 19. 
Beall, William P., Stevenson, Md. Power jack for motor 

vehicles. No. 1,436,564 ; Nov. 21. 
Beall, William P., Stevenson, Md. Power jack. No. 

1,436,565 ; Nov. 21. 
Beals, Erl V., Boston, Mass. Internal-combustion engine. 

No. 1,434,801 ; Nov. 7. 
Beam, Jacob B., Punxsutawney, Pa. Automobile radiator. 

No. 1,409,272 ; Mar. 14. 
Beam, Jacob B., Punxsutawney, Pa. Automobile radiator. 

No. 1,409,273 ; Mar. 14. 
Beam, Jacob B., Punxsutawney, Pa. Automobile radiator. 

No. 1,412,332; Apr. 11. 
Beam, John B., Tyrone, Pa. Combined casket and 

burial vault. No. 1,410,643 ; Mar. 28. 
Beam, Otis L., Milwaukee, Wis. Dirigible headlight. No. 

1,419,603; June 13. 
Beaman, George H., Los Angeles, Calif. Counter. No. 

1,436,469; Nov. 21. 
Beamer, Earl A., Anchor, 111. Drinking trough. No. 

1.403.731 ; Jan. 17. 

Bean, Guy M., Los Angeles, Calif. Interlocking brick and 
the like. No. 1,420.810 ; June 27. 

Bean, John E., jr., Merrimac, Mass. Gas cock. No. 
1,428,933 ; Sept. 12. 

Bean, Louis A., Denver, Colo. Direction indicator for au- 
tomobiles. No. 1,413,823 ; Apr. 25. 

Bean, Louis A., Denver, Colo. Direction indicator for au- 
tomobiles. No. 1,413,824 ; Apr. 25. 

Bean, Roscoe, Berea, Ohio. Chain tool. No. 1,426,429 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Bean Spray Pump Co. (See Cushman, Everett B., as- 
signor.) 

Beaney, William, New York, N. Y. Tire. No. 1,412,601 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Beans, John F., Canton, assignor to The Beans Spring 
Company, Massillon, Ohio. Die. No. 1,436,006 ; 
Nov. 21. „ 

Beans Spring Company, The. (See Beans, John F., as- 
signor.) 

Bear, Edward, New York, N. Y. Clothesline fastener. No. 
1,434,802; Nov. 7. 

Bear, Jeanie, Pittsburgh, Pa. Garter. No. 1.425,571 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Bear, John F., Mansfield, Ohio. Supporter for suspenders. 
No. 1,419,802; June 13. 

Bcarby, Charles. (See Hansen, William and H. C, and 
Bearby.) 

Beard, James. Pasadena, Calif. Automatic water heater. 
No. 1,420,513; June 20. 

Beard, Jerry L., assignor of one-half to R. J. Flood, 
Tulsa, Okla. Oil saver for oil-producing wells. No. 
1.418,612; June 6. 

Beard, Richard M.. New York, N. Y. Electric-lightine 
fixture. No. 1,410,985 ; Mar. 28. 



Beard, Richard M., New York, N. Y. Electric-light fixture. 
No. 1,421,382 ; July 4. 

Beardsell, George R., et al. (See Lyons, Earle B., as- 
signor.) 

Beardslee, Arby, Lima, Mont. Rotary pump. No. 
1,437,706 ; Dec. 5. 

Beardslee Chandelier Manufacturing Company. (See 
Dvorak, Anion, assignor.) 

Beardsley, Elmer O. (See Pondelick, Leo, assignor.) 

Beardsley, Elmer O., Chicago, and W. F. Piper, Oak Park, 
111. Sand gathering and elevating machine. No. 
1,421,383 ; July 4. 

Beardsley, Elmer O., Chicago, and W. F. Piper, Oak Park, 
111., assignors to The Beardsley & Piper Company, 
Chicago, 111. Machine for making molds. (Reissue.) 
No. 15,292 ; Feb. 28. 

Beardsley, Elmer O., Chicago, and W. F. Piper, Oak 
Park, assignors to The Beardsley & Piper Company, 
Chicago, 111. Molding machine. No. 1,408,493 ; Mar. 7. 

Beardsley, Elmer O., Chicago, and W. F. Piper, Oak Park, 
assignors to The Beardsley & Piper Company, Chicago, 
111. Portable molding machine. No. 1,408,796 ; Mar. 7. 

Beardsley, Elmer O., Chicago, and W. F. Piper, Oak 
Park, assignors to The Beardsley & Piper Company, 
Chicago, 111. Molding apparatus for founding. No. 
1,427,348; Aug. 29. 

Beardsley, Elmer O., Chicago, and W. F. Piper, Oak 
Park, assignors to The Beardsley & Piper Company, 
Chicago, 111. Filling molds for founding. No. 
1,427,349 ; Aug. 29. 

Beardsley, Elmer O., Chicago, and W. F. Piper, Oak Park, 
assignors to The Beardsley & Piper Company, Chicago, 
111. Molding machine. No. 1,436,141 ; Nov. 21. 

Beardsley, Paul R., et al., trustees. (See Warren, J. R., 
and Brechting, assignors.) 

Beardsley, Paul R., et al., trustees. (See Warren, John R., 
assignor.) 

Beardsley & Piper Company, The. (See Beardsley, E. O., 
and Piper, assignors.) 

Bearens, Claude, New York, N. Y. Transmission gear. 
No. 1,420,514 ; June 20. 

Beasecker, Clarence H., Sparta, Mich. Machine for re- 
facing valves. No. 1,437,831 ; Dec. 5. 

Beasley, Harry E., and W. Byrd, Victoria, British Colum- 
bia, Canada. Dirigible headlight. No. 1,425,439 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Beasley, John W., jr., Los Angeles, Calif. Watering can. 
No. 1,432,587 ; Oct. 17. 

Beat, John, et al. (See Chladek, Joseph C, assignor.) 

Beat, Roy A., et al. (See Chladek, Joseph C, assignor.) 

Beaton, Angus, Vulcan, Alberta, Canada. Draft equalizer. 
No. 1,433,334 ; Oct. 24. 

Beatson, Francis H. P., Vancouver, British Columbia, 
Canada. Additional air device for internal-combustion 
engines. No. 1,403,003 ; Jan. 10. 

Beattey, Earle J. R. (See Waiilgien, R. M., and Beattey.) 

Beattie, Clifford H., Waxahachie, Tex. Unloading ap- 
paratus. No. 1,426,706; Aug. 22. 

Beattie, Thomas W. C, Wheeling, W. A'a., assignor to Na- 
tional Tube Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Feed-control 
mechanism. No. 1,411,400 ; Apr. 4. 

Beattie, William T. (See Mellett, L„ and Curran, as- 
signors.) 

Beatty, Henry B., Brooklyn, and C. L. Johnson, New York, 
assignors to Laplante & Dunklin Printing Company, 
New York, N. Y. Display container. No. 1,421,384 ; 
July 4. 

Beatty, Wallace A., New York, N. Y. The manufacture of 
catsup. No. 1,402,136 ; Jan. 3. 

Beatty, Wallace A., New York, N. Y. Treatment of rubber. 
No. 1,418,271 ; June 6. 

Beatty, William E., Bayside, assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Repeater 
system. No. 1,426,810; Aug. 22.' 

Beatty, William F. (See Malloy, R. J., and Beatty.) 

Beatty, William M., Pittsburgh, Pa. Rotary piston pump 
and control mechanism therefor. No. 1,437,885 ; Dec. 5. 

Beatty, William R., Hammond, Ind. Long-stroke vertical- 
type press. No. 1,406,334 ; Feb. 14. 

Beaty, Arthur, San Gabriel, Calif. Umbrella. No. 
1,411,560 ; Apr. 4. 

Beauchamp, Arthur W., and E. C. Davidson, Sandgate, 
Queensland, Australia. Internal-combustion engine. 
No. 1,428,412 ; Sept. 5. 

Beaudette, David and W., Manette, Wash. Animal trap. 
No. 1,413,701; Apr. 25. 

Beaudette, William. (See Beaudette, David and W.) 

Beaudinet, Adolphe, Brussels, Belgium. Apparatus for 
checking or recording the performance or running of 
machines or vehicles. No. 1,414,324 ; Apr. 25. 

Beaudoin, Joseph A., Montreal, Quebec. Canada. Switch- 
actuating mechanism. No. 1,405.179 ; Jan. 31. 

Beaudry, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa. Rock drill. No. 
1.436,470 ; Nov. 21. 

Beaulieu, Alexander J. (See Gaudreau, A. E., Beauleau, 
R. J., and C. D. Gaudreau.) 

Beaulieu, Peter F., Bend, assignor of one-half to R. H. 
Loop, Deschutes County, Oreg. Shutter lock for roll-film 
cameras. No. 1,413,376 ; Apr. 18. 

Beaumel, David W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Self-filling fountain 
pen. No. 1,435,446 ; Nov. 14. 

Beaumont, Horace, and J. W. Polhemus, Paterson, N. J. 
Flushing apparatus. No. 1,402,137 ; Jan. 3. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Beaumont, R. II., Company. (See Beaumont, Robert H., 
assignor.) 

Beaumont, R. H., Company. (See Hale, William E., as- 
signor.) 

Beaumont, Robert H., Radnor, assignor to R. IT. Beau- 
mont Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Yielding actuating 
mechanism for skip-hoist chutes. No. 1,411,831 ; Apr. 4. 

Beaumont, Robert EL, Radnor, assignor to R. H. Beaumont 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Take-up for skip-hoist 
ropes. No. 1,436,566 ; Nov. 21. 

Beaumont, Robert H., Radnor, assignor to R. H. Beaumont 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Sheave support. No. 
1,437,335 ; Nov. 28. 

Beauvais, Georges A. (See Brillouin, L. N., and Beauvais.) 

Beaver, Carl P., Lynch, Ky., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Front head for rock drills. 
No. 1,403,284 ; Jan. 10. 

Beaver Company, The. (See Robinson, Charles G., as- 
signor.) 

Beaver Company, The. (See Stuart Ethelbert B., as- 
signor.) 

Beaver, David P., Columbus, Ohio. School desk. No. 
1,420,404 ; June 20. 

Beaver, Edward J., Groton, Conn. Clothesrack. No. 
1,410,240 ; Mar. 21. 

Beaver Machine and Tool Co. (See Pape, Herman G., 
assignor.) 

Beaver Machine and Tool Co. (See Schoenberg, Ralph A., 
now by judicial change of name Ralph A. Belmont, as- 
signor.) 

Beavers, Dalridge B., Washington, D. C. Ignition switch. 
No. 1,405,260 ; Jan. 31. 

Beavers, Willie L., Springfield, Mo. Presser foot for sew- 
ing machines. No. 1.435,044 ; Nov. 7. 

Beccari, Giuseppe, assignor to Societa. Anonima Brevetti 
Beccari, Florence,. Italy. Apparatus for working garbage 
and refuse of towns. (Reissue.) No. 15,417; July 25. 

Been, Sigfred, Totowa, N. J. Bowling alley. No. 1,400,274 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Bechberger, Earl II., Cleveland, Ohio. Nut lock. (Re- 
issue.) No. 15,379; June 13. 

Bechdolt, William P.. Portland, Ind. Heating stove. No. 
1,410,792 ; Mar. 28. 

Becher, James A., Chicago, 111. Screw-cutting machine. 
No. 1,420,013 ; June 20. 

Becher, Theodor, Gustavsburg, assignor to Machinenfabrik 
Augsburg-Nuernberg A. G., Nuernberg, Germany. Seg- 
ment gate. No. 1,422,076 ; July 11. 

Becherer, Gustav, Belleville, 111. Lock. No. 1,411,401 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Bechman, Henry F., Battle Creek, Mich., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Detroit Trust Company, trustee. 
Four-page-width tubular plate press. No. i, 431,454 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Bechman, Henry F., Battle Creek, Mich., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Detroit Trust Company, trustee. 
Rotary web-printing press. No. 1.437,707 ; Dec. 5. 

Bechstein. Carl A., and E. E. Kornitz, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Apparatus for drying leather. No. 1,438,355 ; Dec. 12. 

Bechtold, William S., Newark, N. J. Band comb. No. 
1,406.819; Feb. 14. 

Bechtold, William S.. Newark, N. J. Article of manufac- 
ture. No. 1,435,911 ; Nov. 21. 

Beck, Albert, assignor to McGill Ticket Punch Company, 
Chicago, 111. Punch. No. 1,417,488 ; May 30. 

Beck. Andrew F., Manitowoc, Wis. Tire and rim manipu- 
lating appliance. No. 1,402,471 ; Jan. 3. 

Beck. Andrew L., Orlando, Fla. Lumber calculator. No. 
1,439,938 ; Dec. 26. 

Beck, Aubrey J., Erie, Pa. Rail joint No. 1,438,356; 
Dec. 12. 

Beck, Charles F.,' Newark, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to E. Clein, New York, N. Y. Comb. No. 
1.434.185; Oct. 31. 

Beck, Charles J., Waterbury, Conn., assignor to The Shoe 
Hardware Company. Core vent and support. No. 
1,413.566; Apr. 25. 

Beck Duplicator Company, The. (See Danheiser, T., 
and Fecher, assignors.) 

Beck, George, Detroit, Mich., assignor to American Hom- 
iny Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Cooked cereal food 
and preparing the same. No. 1,435.794 ; Nov. 14. 

Beck, George E., Cleveland, Ohio. Separator for storage- 
battery plates. No. 1,422,815 ; July 18. 

Beck. George E., Cleveland, Ohio, and'T. E. Kirkpatrick. 
Lake Worth, Fla. Conduit support. No. 1,419,536 ; 
June 13. 

Beck, James H., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Mergen- 
thaler Linotype Company. Justifying" spacer or space 
band. No. 1.424,870 : Aug. 8. 

Beck, John. Ashland, Wis. Refrigerator. No. 1,439,678 ; 
Dec. 19. ' 

Beck, John E. (See Flink, C. E., Beck, and 01son.> 

Beck, Roy L., Trenton, Mo. Water pump for tractors. 
No. 1,406,524 : Feb. 14. 

Beck, Simon, Ratlulrum, Idaho. Agitator for washing ma- 
chines. No. 1,415,768 ; May 9. 

Beck, Wesley J., and J. A. Aupperle. assignors to The 
American Rolling Mill Company, Middletown, Ohio. 
Coated iron-alloy material. No. 1,434,081 ; Oct. 31. 

Beck, William A., assignor to St. Mary College, Society 
of Mary. Province of Cincinnati. Dayton. Ohio. Illumi- 
nating device for microscopes. No. 1,427,714; Aug. 29. 



Becker, Adolph, Wheeling, W. A r a. Matrix and distributing 
apparatus for type-casting machines. No. 1.422,333 ; 
July 11. 

Becker, Alfred T., Highland, 111. Chain lock. No. 
1,414,065 ; Apr. 25. 

Becker. Allen J., Essex Fells, N. J. Carboy carrier. No. 
1,429, 21S ; Sept. 19. 

Becker, Allen J., Essex Fells, N. J. Carboy carrier. No. 
1.435,795 ; Nov. 14. 

Becker, August M., assignor of one-half to M. Steinthal. 
New York, N. Y. Machine for coating webs with ad- 
hesives. No. 1,435,197 ; Nov. 14. 

Becker. Benjamin H., deceased, H. Becker, executrix, and 
J. Ciesla, Chicago, 111. Soap-packing machine. No. 
1.439.395 ; Dec. 19. 

Becker, Benjamin V., et al., trustees. (See Stephenson, 
Leigh J., assignor.) 

Becker, Christopher A., Nutley, N. J., assignor to The 
Torsion Balance Company, New York, N. Y. Balance. 
No. 1,404,426; Jan. 24. 

Becker, Erich, Kladno, Germany, and R. Suchoparek, 
Krocihlavy, near Kladno, Czecho-Slovakia. Process and 
apparatus for the manufacture of- crank shafts. No. 
1,414,108 ; Apr. 25. 

Becker, Frank A., and A. P. Andlauer, Kansas City, Mo. 
Riveting tool. No. 1,417,711 ; May 30. 

Becker, George, Scranton, Pa. Safety paper. No. 1,431,903 : 
Oct. 10. 

Becker, Harry E. (See Robertson, W. J., and Becker.') 

Becker, Hattie, executrix. (See Becker, B. H., and Ciesia.> 

Keeker, Henry. (See Wright, M., and Becker.) 

Becker, John A., Nampa. Idaho. Egg breaker and sepa- 
rator. No. 1,409,649 ; Mar. 14. 

Becker, John F., Toledo, Ohio. Separable fastener. No. 
1,419,104 ; June 6. 

Becker, John H., assignor to Warp Twisting-In Machine 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Warp twisting-in machine. 
No. 1,403,067 ; Jan. 10. 

Becker, John H., assignor to Warp Twisting-In Machine 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Warp-twisting-in machine. 
No. 1,424,276; Aug. 1. 

Becker, Joseph, assignor to The Koppers Company, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Coke oven structure. No. 1,404,336 ; 
Jan. 24. 

Becker, Joseph, assignor to The Koppers Company, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Coke-oven smoke-flue carriage. No. 
1,410,447 ; Mar. 21. 

Becker, Joseph, assignor to The Koppers Company. Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Coke - oven - door - lifting macBine. No. 
1,411,262 ; Apr. 4. 

Becker, Joseph, assignor to The Koppers Company. Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Coking ■ retort oven. No. 1,416,322; 
May 16 

Becker. Martin D.. Elkhart, Ind. Pneumatic chuck. No. 
1,430,050 ; Sept. 26. 

Becker, Paul, assignor to Firm of Carl Zeiss, Jena, Ger- 
many. Device for temporarily converting a continuous 
ray pencil into an intermittent one. No. 1,424,334 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Becker, Rudolph, Roselle Park, N. J., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company. Thread cutter. No. 
1,422,407 ; July 11. 

Becker, Rudolph, Roselle Park, N. J., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company. Straw-braid-sewing 
machine. No. 1,429,309 ; Sept. 19. 

Becker, Rudolph, Roselle Park, N. J., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company. Machine for stitching 
sweatbands in hats. No. 1,430.530 ; Oct. 3. 

Becker, Rudolph D., New York, N. Y. Drawing instru- 
ment. No. 1,411,151 ; Mar. 28. 

Becker, Walter S., assignor to Little Falls Fibre Company, 
Little Falls, N. Y. Lapping machine. No. 1,421,059; 
July 4. 

Beckers, Caspar F. A., Los Angeles, Calif. Ha track. No. 
1,403,004 ; Jan. 10. 

Beckers, Gustav, Crefeld, and F. Le Hanne, Benrath, near 
Dusseldorf, Germany. Reed for looms. No. 1,433.525 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Becket, Frederick M., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Purifying 
tin-bearing ferrotungsten. No. 1,429,272 ; Sept. 19. 

Becket, Frederick M., assignor to Electro Metallurgical 
Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Zirconium alloy and 
making same. No. 1,425,572 ; Aug. 15. 

Becket. Frederick M.. Niagara Falls. N. Y.. assignor to 
Electro Metallurgical Company. Treating tin-bearing 
tungsten ores. No. 1,431,559 : Oct. 10. 

Becket, Frederick M., and J. A. Holladay, assignors to 
Electro Metallurgical Company, Niagara Falls. N. Y. 
Obtaining molybdenum or alloys thereof. No. 1,403,477 : 
Jan. 17. 

Beckett, Aden, Long Island City, N. Y. Oven-loading 
device. No. 1,429.559 ; Sept. 19. 

Beckett, Jacie, Columbus, Ohio. Fireplace. No. 1,429, 1S4 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Beckett, John R., Somerville, Mass. Thread-milling at- 
tachment for lathes. No. 1,414,853 ; May 2. 

Beckett, Miles W., Mount Vernon, Ark. Flytrap. No. 
1,413,155 ; Apr. 18. 

Beckham, John, Austin, Tex. Fire preventer for moving- 
picture machines. No. 1,419,206 ; June 13. 

Beckley, Major II. E., assignor to A. J. Nystrom & Co., 
Chicago, 111. Geographical globe. No. 1,419,604 ; 
June 13. 



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Beckley-Ralston Company, The. (See Bockius, Walter A., 
assignor.) 

Beeklev, Theodore B., New Orleans, La. Collar button and 
clasp. No. 1,421,148 ; June 27. 

Beckman, Amanda, Los Angeles, Calif. Curtain rod. No. 
1,419,207; June 13. 

Beckman, Bernard C, Naperville, and A. O. Herzog, La 
Grange, 111., assignors to Beckman-Dawson Roofing Com- 
pany. Apparatus for the manufacture of tapered as- 
phalt shingles. No. 1,412,828 ; Apr. 18. 

Beckman, Clarence A. (See Davis, R. J., and Beckman.) 

Beckman-Dawson Roofing Company. (See Beckman, B. C, 
and Herzog, assignors.) 

Beckman, Edward M., Gary, Ind. Pneumatic tire. No. 
1.415,140 ; May 9. 

Beckman, Frank E., Haverhill, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Making 
soles. No. 1,434,521 ; Nov. 7. 

Beckmann, Carl. (See Anderson, E. D., and Beckmann.) 

Beckmann, Carl, assignor to E. D. Anderson, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Packaging machine. No. 1,406,165 ; 
Feb. 14. 

Beckwith Company, The. (See Howes, George W., as- 
signor.) 

Beckwith, Grove R. (See Burke, C. E., and Beckwith.) 

Beckwith, Henry C, assignor to The John F. Byers Ma- 
chine, Ravenna, Ohio. Hoisting mechanism. No. 
1,431,090 ; Oct. 3. 

Beckwith-O'Neill Company. (See O'Neill, Eugene F., 
assignor.) 

Beckwith. Raymond A., assignor to National Brake & 
Electric Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Cylinder-head con- 
struction. No. 1,430.051 ; Sept. 26. 

Beckwith, Walter C, Fostoria. Ohio. Bank vault and 
safe protector. No. 1,408,494 ; Mar. 7. 

Beckwith, Walter C, Fostoria, Ohio. Safe-protecting de- 
vice. No. 1,408.495 ; Mar. 7. 

Beckworth, Otto Q., and O. J. Hobson, Chicago, 111., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Anhydrous Food Prod- 
ucts Company. Process and apparatus for dehydrating. 
No. 1,420,679 ; June 27. 

Beddingfield, John A., Fort Valley, Ga. Automobile tire 
rim. No. 1,408,164 ; Feb. 28. 

Beddingfield, John A., Fort Valley, Ga. Automobile tire 
rim. No. 1,408,165 ; Feb. 28. 

Beddoes, Hubert, Florence, S. C. Pumping system. No. 
1,415,709 ; May 9. 

Bedell, William E., Montpelier, Idaho. Anvil. No. 1,431,868 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Bedford, Clayton W., and R. L. Sibley, assignors to The 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Vul- 
canizing caoutchouc. No. 1.406.717 ; Feb. 14. 

Bedford, Clayton W., and R. L. Sibley, assignors to The 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Thio- 
carbanilide derivatives in the vulcanization of caout- 
chouc. No. 1,406,718 ; Feb. 14. 

Bedford, Clayton W., and R. L. Sibley, assignors to The 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Manu- 
facture of thiocarbanilide for vulcanization of caout- 
chouc. No. 1.406,719 ; Feb. 14. 

Bedford, Clayton W., assignor to The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Vulcanizing caoutchouc. 
No. 1,418,772 ; June 6. 

Bedford, Clayton W.. and R. L. Sibley, assignors to The 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Vul- 
canizing caoutchouc. No. 1,418,771 ; June 6. 

Bedford. Elisabeth, M. E. J., et al. (See Schnetzer, Karl, 
assignor.) 

Bedford, George, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Player- 
piano action. No. 1,419,349 ; June 13. 

Bedford, George, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Registering 
device for player-piano music rolls. No. 1,434,186 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Bedford. Louise, Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Snowplow. No. 
1.415.979; May 16. 

Bedford, Percy L.. assignor to S. Mordan and Company, 
Limited, London, England. Pencil holder or case. No. 
1.434.1S7 ; Oct. 31. 

Bedgood. Hubert O., Glasgow, assignor to Lobnitz & Com- 
pany Limited. Renfrew, Scotland. Subaqueous rock- 
cutting apparatus. No. 1,432,828 ; Oct. 24. 

Bednar, Louis, Westville, 111. Combined automobile 
bumper and wheel lock.' No. 1,432,656 ; Oct. 17. 

Bednar, Louis, Westville, 111. Combined automobile 
bumper and wheel lock. No. 1,432,657 ; Oct. 17. 

Bednar, Louis. Westville. and J. Jasus, Catlin, 111. Faucet 
for barrels. No. 1,416.779: May 23. 

Bedwin, Clark D., Long Beach, Calif. Water heater. No. 
1,421,149 ; June 27. 

Bee, William E., assignor to Palmer-Bee Company, De- 
troit. Mich. Trolley. No. 1.408,248 ; Feb. 28. 

Bee, William E., and W. E. Simpson, assignor to Palmer- 
Bee Company, Detroit, Mich. Trolley. No. 1,428,934; 
Sept. 12. 

Beebe, Bertha N. (See Beebp. Nathan S., assignor.) 
Beebe, Byron L., Wellington, Kans. Application of power. 

No. 1,429,122; Sept. 12. 
Beebe, Eugene F., Minneapolis, Minn. Wringer. No. 

1,406,436 ; Feb. 14. 
Beebe, Engene F., Minneapolis, Minn. Clothes wringer. 

No. 1,429,318 ; Sept. 19. 
Beebe, Eugene F.. Minneapolis, Minn. Wringer. No. 

1.438,626; Dec. 12. 



Beebe, Eugene F., Minneapolis, Minn. Washing machine. 
No. 1,438,683 ; Dec. 12. 

Beebe, Eugene F., Minneapolis, Minn. Clothes wringer. 
No. 1,440,205 ; Dec. 26. 

Beebe, John A., assignor of one-fourth to P. A. Greaves, 
Omaha, Nebr. Dumping mechanism for trucks. No. 
1,422,077; July 11. 

Beebe, Nathan S., assignor to B. N. Beebe, Kansas City, 
Mo. Pan lifter. No. 1,431,560 ; Oct. 10. 

Beebe, Norman H. (See Duvall, G. W., and Beebe.) 

Beebee, Martin, assignor to S. C. McLouth, Marine City, 
Mich. Motor boat. No. 1,431,924 ; Oct. 17. 

Beech, Alexander C, West Pullman, 111., assignor to K. 
Pickard, Allendale, Northumberland, England. Trac- 
tion device. No. 1,413,891 ; Apr. 25. 

Beech-Nut Packing Company. (See Weill, M. K., and Cor- 
nell, assignors.) 

Beecher, Eugene L., New Haven, Conn. Internal-com- 
bustion engine. No. 1,405,093 ; Jan. 31. 

Beecher, Milton F., assignor to Norton Company, Worces- 
ter, Mass. Safety-tread tile. No. 1,439,285 ; Dec. 19. 

Beecher, Milton F., assignor to Norton Company, Worces- 
ter, Mass. Bonded alumina refractories. No. 1,439,286 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Beechler, Roy G., assignor to Vulcan Motor Axle Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Spring perch. No. 1,439, 7S7 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Beechler, Roy G., assignor to Vulcan Motor Axle Cor- 
poration. Detroit, Mich. Steering-gear connection. 
No. 1,439,788 ; Dec. 26. 

Beechwood, G. E., et al. (See Smith, William B., assignor.) 

Beecken. Charles, New York, N.*Y. Rope clamp. No. 
1,421,385 ; July 4. 

Beede, Herbert G., Pawtucket, R. I. Textile twisting ma- 
chine. No. 1,403,832 ; Jan. 17. 

Beedham, Albert, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Clamping de- 
vice for holding cans, jars, bottles, etc. No. 1,409,650 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Beeghly, Lloyd, Wauwatosa, Wis. Cylinder for internal- 
combustion engines. No. 1,409,518 ; Mar. 14. 

Beehler Steel Products Company. (See Goessling, F. W. 
and Garrett, assignors.) 

Beehler, William H., Baltimore, Md. Canopy. No 
1,414,616; May 2. 

Beem, Harry W., Batavia, 111. Hanger for porch swings 
No. 1,439,396 ; Dec. 19. 

Beeman, Cornelius J., Akron, Ohio. Door structure. No 
1,411,561; Apr. 4. 

Beeman, Edwin R., assignor to Beeman Tractor Com 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. Traction machine. No 
1,419,605; June 13. 

Beeman, Edwin R., assignor to Beeman Tractor Com 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. Wheel. No. 1,425,073 
Aug. 8. 

Beeman Tractor Company. (See Beeman, Edwin R., as- 
signor.) 

Beeman Tractor Company. (See Mader, Joseph, assignor.) 

Beeman Tractor Company. (See Phelps, Spencer II., as- 
signor.) 

Beeman, Walter E., Laporte, Ind. Demountable rim. No. 
1,423,176 ; July 18. 

Beemer, Clarence A., Westfield, N. J. Curtain fastener. 
No. 1,420,177 ; June 20. 

Beemer, George S., Meeker, Colo. Hav stacker. No. 
1,405,059; Feb. 7. 

beemer, Jasper A., Astoria, Oreg. Signal for motor-driven 
vehicles. No. 1,419,105 ; June 6. 

Beeneck, Joseph S., Nanticoke, Pa. Miner's blasting bat- 
tery- No. 1,408.435 ; Mar. 7. 

Beer, Harry, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cargo light. No. 1,403,935 ; 
Jan. 17. 

Beer, Levi W., assignor to Roderick Lean Manufacturing 
Company, Mansfield, Ohio. Pivot-axle cultivator. No. 
1.411.152 ; Mar. 28. 

Beers. Frederick, New Rochelle, and H. L. Powell, as- 
signors to National Biscuit Company, New York, N. Y. 
Elevating device. No. 1,422,816 ; July 18. 

Beers, Frederick, New Rochelle, and H. L. Powell, New 
York, N. Y., assignors to National Biscuit Company, 
New York, N. Y. Drier or oven. No. 1,422,817 ; July 18. 

Beers, Frederick, New Rochelle, and H. L. Powell, as- 
signors to National Biscuit Company, New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus for coating cakes, etc. No. 1,424,232 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Beers, Henry S., New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Air-O-Mix. Incorporated. Aerating and 
mixing device. No. 1,417,883 ; May 30. 

Beers, Louis E., Wilkinsburg, Pa. Ice-rut remover for 
vehicles. No. 1,419,350; June 13. 

Beers. Roy R., Alva, Okla. Concrete mixer. No. 
1,405,707 ; Feb. 7. 

Beetem, Frank G., Philadelphia, Pa. Suspension for train- 
lighting dynamos. No. 1,415,083 ; May 9. 

Beggs, Carl T., Long Beach, Calif. Polishing machine. 
No. 1,425,829; Aug. 15. 

Beggs, Charles A., Rice Lake, Wis. Hot-air furnace. 
No. 1,414,395 ; May 2. 

Be Gole, James, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Hydrocarbon motor. No. 1,437,708 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Behan. Charles D., and G. G. Perrv, Stigler, Okla. Re- 
frigerator. No. 1,434,522 ; Nov. 7. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Behan, Thomas W., Binghamton, N. Y. Ironing machine. 
No. 1,433,980; Oct. 31. 

Behie, John W., Snoqualmie Falls, assignor of one-half 
to O. Aschim, King County, Wash. Line rigging. No. 
1.432,096; Oct. 17. 

Behling, William F., Elgin, 111. Spare-tire carrier. No. 
1,410,448 ; Mar. 21. 

Behn, Adolph, and J. G. Schmitt, Brooklyn, N. Y. Inter- 
nal-combustion motor. No. 1,423,073 ; July 18. 

Behneman, Frederick J., San Francisco, and H. S. Rex- 
worthy, Sunnyvale, Calif. Rod mill. No. 1,414,768 ; 
May 2. 

Behr, Claus F. Y., New York, N. Y. Device for repose. 
No. 1,409,212 ; Mar. 14. 

Behr, Emil E., Milwaukee, Wis. Amusement device. No. 
1.435,045 ; Nov. 7. 

Behr, Henry, Brooklyn, N. Y. Folding bassinette. No. 
1,424,796; Aug. 8. 

Behrens, Henry, Peshtigo, Wis. Engine stand and burning- 
in machine. No. 1,420,074 ; June 20. 

Behrman, Marcus B., New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Lox Seal Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Safety razor. 
No. 1,403,936 ; Jan. 17. 

Behrman, Marcus B., Brooklyn, N. Y.. assignor to The 
Lox Seal Corporation, North Bergen, N. J. Safety 
razor. No. 1,432,949 ; Oct. 24. 

Beidelman, Samuel. (See Stephenson, Axel G., assignor.) 

Beidler, George C, Rochester, N. Y. Method of and ap- 
paratus for developing films. No. 1,414,769 ; May 2. 

Beier, Frank J., assignor to The Shotwell Manufacturing 
Company. Chicago, 111. Apparatus for popping corn. 
No. 1,431,438: Oct. 10. 

Beil, John L., Galena, 111. Adjustable rail brace. No. 
1,407,368; Feb. 21. 

Beilharz, Carl E., Joliet, assignor to Wm. E. Pratt Mfg. 
Company, Chicago, 111. Mousetrap. No. 1,414,066; 
Apr. 25. 

Beisel, William J., Port Richmond, N. Y. Spring wheel. 
(Reissue.) No. 15,371 ; June 6. 

Beisel, William J., Port Richmond, N. Y. Spring wheel. 
No. 1,440,128: Dec. 26. 

Beiser, Charles W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Toy small arm. No. 
1,406,820; Feb. 14. 

Beiser, Charles W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Moistener for stamps, 
envelopes, tape, etc. No. 1,429.058 ; Sept. 12. 

Beiser, George W. (See Maurer, J. F., and Beiser.) 

Beistle, Martin L., Shippensburg, Pa. Tissue-paper orna- 
ment. No. 1,414,006 ; Apr. 25. 

Beiswenger, Karl H., Jackson, Mich. Take-up device for 
moving picture film reels. No. 1,408,249 ; Feb. 28. 

Beiswinger. William C, and R. F. Morgan, assignors to 
W. H. Nicholson & Co., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Electrode 
holder. No. 1,425,440 : Aug. 8. 

Beitzell, August F., and B. D. Weikert, assignors of one- 
third to C. B. Wheltle, Baltimore, Md. Power-transmis- 
sion means. No. 1,405,479 : Feb. 7. 

Bekelite Corporation. (See Baekeland, Leo IT., assignor.) 

Belair, Joseph A. P., assignor of one-fourth to J. J. Mac- 
Donald and one-fourth to R. M. Scott, Montreal, Que- 
bec, Canada. Oil burner. No. 1,438,684 ; Dec. 12. 

Belanger, Severen, Provemont, Mich. Railway tie. No. 
1.412.648 ; Apr. 11. 

Belber Trunk & Bag Company, The. (See Grube, George 
F., assignor.) 

Belber Trunk & Bag Company, The. (See Slattery, Wil- 
liam H., assignor.) 

Belcher Aerial Manufacturing Company. (See Belcher, 
Osmond T., assignor.) 

Belcher, Donald. (See Eustis, F. A., Hayward, Schleicher, 
and Belcher.) 

Belcher, Harold J., Algiers, La. Picture-projecting ma- 
chine. No. 1,440.330 ; Dec. 26. 

Belcher, James A., Tacoma, Wash. Emergency tire shoe. 
No. 1,432,097 ; Oct. 17. 

Belcher, Mark, assignor of one-third to G. H. Davis, 
West Columbia, Tex. Oil-treating mixer. No. 1,417,965 ; 
May 30. 

Belcher, Osmond T., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Belcher Aerial Manufacturing Company. Wing-spar 
construction for aeroplanes. No. 1,417.657; May 30. 
Belcher, Osmond T., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Belcher Aerial Manufacturing Company. Fabricated 
covering for aeroplanes. No. 1.426.626; Aug. 22. 

Belcher, Osmond T.. Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Belcher Aerial Manufacturing Company. Internal- 
brace construction for aeroplanes. No. 1,438,685 ; 
Dec. 12. 
Belcher, Osmond T., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Belcher Aerial Manufacturing Company. Aeroplane 
construction. No. 1,438,686 : Dec. 12. 
Belden. Edward H., Toledo, Ohio. Wheel carrier. No. 

1.404.002 ; Jan. 17. 

Beldon, Kdward H., Toledo, Ohio. Tire carrier. No. 

1.404.003 ; Jan. 17. 

Belden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company. Toledo, Ohio. Vehicle 
spring suspension. No. 1,407,914 ; Feb. 28. 

Belden. Edward II., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo. Ohio. Spring 
suspension for motor vehicles. No. 1,407.915 ; Feb. 28. 

Belden, Kdward II.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Tlie Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Spring 
suspension. No. 1,407,916 ; Feb. 2.K. 



Belden, Edward IL, assignor to The Willys-Overland Com- 
pany, Toledo, Ohio. Spring suspension for vehicles. 
No. 1,407,917 ; Feb. 28. 

Belden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Head- 
light. No. 1,410,155 ; Mar. 21. 

Belden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Motor 
vehicle. No. 1,421,757 ; July 4. 

Belden, Edward H., assignor., by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Spring 
suspension for vehicles. No. 1,421,758 ; July 4. 

Belden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Spring 
suspension. No. 1,421,759 ; July 4. 

Belden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Spring 
suspension for -vehicles. No. 1,421,760; July 4. 

Belden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Power- 
transmitting mechanism. No. 1,421,761 ; July 4. 

Belden, Edward H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio. Valve- 
operating mechanism. No. 1,434,188 ; Oct. 31. 

Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Tibbals, Frank A., 
assignor. ) 

Beier, Adolf, assignor to Troop Manufacturing Company, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Gas burner. No. 1,420,405 ; June 20. 

Belger, Otto A. (See Bohmer, Max, assignor.) 

Belgian American Coke Ovens Corporation. (See Goffart, 
Paul, assignor.) 

Belgian American Coke Ovens Corporation. (See Piette, 
Olivier, assignor.) 

Belke, William E., Chicago, 111. Process and apparatus 
for electroplating. No. 1,426,141 ; Aug. 15. 

Belknap, Charles H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cover fastener. No. 
1,409,815; Mar. 14. 

Belknap, Jess F., Orange Cove, Calif. Subsoiler. No. 
1,403,937 ; Jan. 17. 

Bell, Alexander G., Washington, D. C, and F. W. Bald- 
win, Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada. Hydrodrome, hy- 
droaeroplane, and the like. No. 1,410,874 ; Mar. 28. 

Bell, Alexander G., Washington, D. C, and F. W. Bald- 
win, Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada. Hydrodrome, hy- 
droaeroplane, and the like. No. 1,410,875 ; Mar. 28. 

Bell, Alexander G., Washington, D. C, and F. W. Bald- 
win. Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada. Hydrodrome, hy- 
droaeroplane, and the like. No. 1,410,876 ; Mar. 28. 

Bell, Alexander G., Washington, D. C, and F. W. Bald- 
win, Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada, and S. S. Breese. 
Southampton, N. Y. Hydrodrome, hydroaeroplane, and 
the like. No. 1,410,S77 ; Mar. 28. 

Bell, Alfred. (See Lambert. A. L., and Bell.) 

Bell, Alonzo E., Spokane, Wash. Combining protractor 
and beam compass in one drafting tool. No. 1,436,471 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Bell, Alton M., assignor of one-half to W. D. Bell, Birming- 
ham, Ala. Baseball game. No. 1,435.688 ; Nov. 14. 

Bell, Arthur. (See Oedell, L., and Bell.) 

Bell, Clinton L., Decatur, 111. Hasp lock. No. 1,434,280 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Bell Clip Manufacturing Co. (See Averill, William H., 
assignor.) 

Bell, Earl F., Indianapolis, Ind. Quench rotary spark gap. 
No. 1,418,518 ; June 6. 

Bell, Frederick, St. Louis, Mo. Cold-water paint and 
making same. No. 1,438,627 ; Dec. 12. 

Bell, George T., Columbus, Ohio. Window construction. 
No. 1,413,377 ; Apr. 18. 

Bell, George W., Detroit, Mich. Cushion tire. No. 
1,414,325 ; Apr. 25. 

Bell, Harry. (See.Lenz, E. H., and Bell.) 

Bell, Harvey W., Yonkers, N. Y. Steam-generating plant. 
No. 1,436,078 ; Nov. 21. 

Bell, Harvey W., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to The Beloyt 
Corporation, Dover, Del. Spring suspension. No. 
1,427,185 ; Aug. 29. 

Bell, Harvey W., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to The Beloyt 
Corporation, Dover, Del. Spring connection. No. 
1,427,186; Aug. 29. 

Bell, Harvey W., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to The Beloyt 
Corporation, Dover, Del. Vehicle suspension. No. 
]. 427,933 ; Sept. 5. 

Bell, Harvey W.. Yonkers. and H. L. Hoyt, Jr., Great Neck, 
N. Y. Friction-drive mechanism. No. 1,418,355 : June 6. 

Bell, Harvey W., Yonkers, and H. L. Hoyt, Jr., Great Neck, 
N. Y. Spring suspension. No. 1,420,680 ; June 27. 

Bell, Harvey W., Boundbrook. N. J., assignor to A. C. 
Fraser, trustee, New York, N. Y. Steam power plant. 
No. 1,425,629 ; Aug. 15. 

Bell, Henry V., Elmhurst, Flushing, N. Y. Combination 
circuit controller. No. 1.428,413; Sept. 5. 

Bell, James A., et al. (See Johnsen, Sigfred, assignor.) 

Bell James A., Bremerton, Wash. Optical testing appa- 
ratus. No. 1,402,829 ; Jan. 10. 

Bell, James A.. North Rockhampton, Queensland, Aus- 
tralia. Folding chair interchangeable for use as chair 
or back support. No. 1,409.810 ; Mar. 14. 

Bell. James C. assignor of one-half to R. Clark, Murray- 
ville, 111. Holding corset stays in place. No. 1,421,121 ; 
•Tune 27. 

Bell. John C, Toccoa, Ga. Sign. No. 1,429,273 ; Sept. 19. 
Bell, John C. Detroit, Mich. Cooking utensil. No. 
1,432,950; Oct. 24. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1922. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Bell, John E. (See Isom, E. W., and Bell.) 

Bell, John E.. New York. N. Y. Waste-heat boiler system. 
No. 1,408,972; Mar. 7. 

Bell, John E., New York, N. Y. Waste-heat boiler-cleaning 
system. No. 1,408,973 ; Mar. 7. 

Bell, John E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Utilizing waste heat gases 
of cement kilns. No. 1,421,386 ; July 4. 

Bell, John E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Waste-heat economizer. 
No. 1,423,826; July 25. 

Bell, John E., Brooklyn, assignor to Power Specialty Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Superheater. No. 1,409,651 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Bell, John E., Brooklyn, assignor to Power Specialty 
Company, New York, N. Y. Oil heater for topping stills. 
No. 1,418,272 ; June 6. 

Bell, John H., South Orange, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated,. New York, N. Y. Tele- 
graph system. No. 1,403,833 ; Jan. 17. 

Bell, John H., South Orange, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
graph system. No. 1,434,767; Nov. 7. 

Bell, Jborenzo W., assignor to National Grain Savers As- 
sociation, Carrollton, Mo. Grain-recovery attachment 
for thrashing machines. No. 1,412,333 ; Apr. 11. 

Bell, Louis, West Newton, Mass. Reflecting telescope. No. 
1,428,935 ; Sept. 12. 

Bell, Louis, West Newton, assignor to E. N. Goding, trus- 
tee, Newton, Mass. Projection and distribution of light. 
No. 1,428,936 ; Sept. 12. 

Bell, Louis, assignor to E. N. Goding, trustee, Newton, 
Mass. Light projector. No. 1.435,372 : Nov. 14. 

Bell, Louis, West Newton, assignor to E. N. Gooding, 
trustee, Newton, Mass. Light projector. No. 
1,438,628 ; Dec. 12. 

Ben Manufacturing Co. (See Belling, Bernard A., as- 
signor.) 

Bell Pump Company. (See Larkin, J. .J., and Gordon, 
assignors.) 

Bell, Ravmond T., Chicago, 111. Pencil. No. 1,427,999 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Bell, Robert J., Richmond, Va. Mat. No. 1,425,830 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Bell, Samuel J., Springfield, Mass. Change-making ma- 
chine. No. 1,424,439 ; Aug. 1. 

Bell. Thomas H., and J. G. Schoenleber, New Y'ork, N. Y. 
Cleaning apparatus. No. 1,432,951 ; Oct. 24. 

Bell, Thomas W., Portland, Oreg. Locking mechanism. 
No. 1.427.934; Sept. 5. 

Bell, Thomas W., Sistersville, W. "Va. Well drill jar. 
No. 1.439,287 ; Dec. 19. 

Bell, Thomas W., and T. C. Rogers, Sistersville, W. Va. 
Pipe grip. No. 1,404,084 ; Jan. 17. 

Bell, Thos. D. (See Perry, Ira D., assignor.) 

Bell, Walter D. (See Bell. Alton M., assignor.) 

Bell, William'A., Kenosha, Wis., assignor to C. M. Hall 
Lamp Company, Detroit, Mich. Lamp ring. No. 
1,422,525; July 11. 

Bell, William M., Portsmouth, Ohio, assignor to Whitaker- 
Glessner Company, Wheeling, W. "Va. End closure for 
range boilers and like containers. No. 1,430,000 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Bell & Howell Company. (See Howell, Albert S., as- 
signor.) 

Bellamore. David H., New York, N. Y. Disk wheel. No. 
1.410.986 : Mar. 28. 

Bellamore, David IL, New York. N. Y.. and T. I. S. Boak. 
East Orange, N. J. ; said Boak assignor to said Bella- 
more. Rim construction for pressed-steel wheels. No. 
1,422,408 ; July 11. 

Bellamore, David IL, and T. I. S. Boak, East Orange, 
N. J., assignors to Steel Wheel Corporation. Making 
pressed-steel vehicle -wheels. No. 1,423,747 ; July 25. 

Bellamy, Harry T.. Oak Park, and T. Sweely. Cicero, 111., 
assignors to Western Electric Company. Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Glass composition. No. 1.415.980 ; 
May 16. 

Bellamy, James A. H., Kansas City, Kans. Folding box. 
No. 1.433.062 : Oct. 24. 

Bellar, Charles J., assignor to The Cuyahoga Parts Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Cement spreader. No. 
1.419,537; June 13. 

Bellar, Charles J., assignor to The Marvel Equipment 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Grease pump. No. 
1.432.658 : Oct. 17. 

Bellavoine, Le8nce H. (See Snellmg, W.. and Bellnvoine. ) 

Belleville, William, Leicester, Mass. Noncorrosive steel 
alloy. No. 1,424,612 ; Aug. 1. 

Bellia, Pier G. (See Dughera, Annibale, assignor.) 

Belling, Bernard A., assignor to Bell Manufacturing Co., 
Beaver Dam. Wis. Drinking cup for stock. No. 
1,405,478; Feb. 7. 

Bollingham. William E.. Duluth. Minn. Automobile 
windshield accessory. No. 1,432,149 ; Oct. 17. 

Bellingrath, W. D.. et al. (See Soutullo, Raymond J., 
assignor. (Reissue.) 

Bellis. Frank, Chicago, 111. Electrical connector. No. 
1,411.263; Apr .4. 

Bellman, Harry H.. Reading, Pa. Bottle receptacle. No. 
1.433.107: Oct. 24. 

Belloch. Isaac, New Y'ork. N. Y. Nonset automatic stop 
mechanism. No. 1,429.059 : Sept. 12. 

Bellon. Henry. Chicago, 111. Die. No. 1,429.219 ; Sept. 19. 

Bellony, Alexander M., TT. S. Army. Clamping mechanism. 
No. 1,414,250; Apr. 25. 



Bellony, Alexander M., U. S. Army. Brake mechanism. 
No. 1,424,440 ; Aug. 1. 

Bellows, Warren S., Worcester, Mass. Wrench. No. 
1,420,467; June 20. 

Bellows, Warren S., Worcester, Mass. Hand grip for 
tools. No. 1,433,114 ; Oct. 24. 

Bell's United Asbestos Company Limited. (See Cann, 
J. A., and Burrows, assignors.) 

Belluche, Frank R., assignor to United Printing Machinery 
Company, Boston, Mass. Two-path sheet timing and 
transferring mechanism. No. 1,406,603 ; Feb. 14. 

Belmore, Edwin, Portland, Oreg. Automobile table. No. 
1,433,063; Oct. 24. 

Beloyt Corporation, The. (See Bell, Harvey W., as- 
signor.) 

Belser, Richard B. (See Moise, Harmon D., assignor.) 

Belsey, Walter J., Helensburgh, England. System for elec- 
tric ship propulsion. No. 1,434,671 ; Nov. 7. 

Belt, Francis A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Calculating machine. 
No. 1,415,297 ; May 9. 

Belton, William A. (See Webb, A., Belton, and Reing- 
pach.) 

Beltramini, Louis, Chicago, 111. Nonseparating rail con- 
nection. No. 1,413,378; Apr. 18. 

Beltz, Maurice E., Buxton, N. Dak. Chain-tightening tool. 
No. 1,435,099; Nov. 7. 

Belvel, Leo D., Lineville, Iowa. Poultry feeder. No. 
1.437,462; Dec. 5. 

Belverge, Armand Y. (See Wread, William E., assignor.) 

Belville Manufacturing Co., The. (See Belville, Martin, 
assignor.) 

Belville, Martin, assignor to The Belville Manufacturing 
Co. Inc., San Francisco, Calif. Shoe-polishing machine. 
No. 1,430.430: Sept. 26. 

Beman, Ralph, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Gauge for lamps. No. 1,424,067 ; 
July 25. 

Bement, Nahum C, Rockford, 111. Transmission mecha- 
nism and differential gearing. No. 1,409,994 ; Mar. 21. 

Bement, Nahum C, Rockford, 111. Lug for tread surfaces. 
No. 1,414,334 ; May 2. 

Bement, Nahum C, Rockford, 111. Axle. No. 1,418,613 : 
June 6. 

Benard, Henri L. M. J., Paris, France. Aerial signal 
light. No. 1,413,379 ; Apr. 18. 

Benckstein, Charles IL, "Vinton, La. Leak-proof lower 
or standing valve. No. 1,418.423 ; June 6. 

Benda, Louis, Mainkur, near Frankfort-on-the-Main, Ger- 
many, assignor to Leopold Cassella & Co.. Gesellschaft 
mit beschrankter Haftung. Arsenical compound of the 
acridine series and making same. No. 1,408,974 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Benda, Louis, Mainkur, near Frankfort-on-the-Main, Ger- 
many, assignor to Leopold Cassella & Co. Gesellschaft 
mit beschrankter Haftung. Compound of the acridine 
scries and making the same. No. 1,427,431 ; Aug. 29. 

Benda, Louis, Mainkur, near Frankfort-on-the-Main, Ger- 
many, assignor to Leopold Cassella & Co. Gesellschaft 
mit beschrankter Haftung. Acridinium compound and 
making the same. No. 1,427,432 ; Aug. 29. 

Bender, George W., assignor to Mudge & Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Air-intake device. No. 1.437,709 ; Dec. 5. 

Bender, Herman, New Y'ork, N. Y. Skirt. No. 1,437,218 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Bender, Julius L., Charlotte, N. C. Shoe-polishing stand. 
No. 1,438,687 : Dec. 12. 

Bendernagel, William H., Brooklyn, assignor to Western 
Electric Companv, Incorporated. New Y'ork, N. Y. Sig- 
naling system. No. 1.431,091 ; Oct. 3. 

Bendernagel, William H., Queens, assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. Tele- 
phone transmission system. No. 1.435,447; Nov. 14. 

Bendix Engineering W 7 orks, Inc. (See Bendix, Vincent, 
assignor.) 

Bendix, Vincent, Chicago, 111. Engine starter. No. 
1.404,711 ; Jan. 24. 

Bendix, Vincent, assignor to Bendix Engineering Works, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Clutch. No. 1.425,360 ; Aug. 8. 

Bendmann, Peter, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Electric arrester. No. 1,413,093 ; Apr. 18. 

Benedetti, Carlo, A. P. Vanselow, and W. Vanselow, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Production of aromatic aldehydes and 
their substitution derivatives. No. 1,405.261 ; Jan. 31. 

Benedick, Earnest H.. assignor of one-tbird to I. J. Mc- 
Ginnis and one-third to E. E. Kincade. Huntington, 
W. Va. Lock for spare rims and tires. No. 1,402,472 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Benedict, Bernard, assignor to National Carbon Company, 
Inc., New Y'ork, N. Y. Circuit controller for flash lights. 
No. 1,406,964; Feb. 21. 

Benedict, Frederick S., Cranston, R. I. Safety guard. 
No. 1,432,098; Oct. 17. 

Benedict, Hershel A., East Orange, and E. M. Moller, Jer- 
sey City, N. J. Control system and apparatus. (Re- 
issue.) No. 15,485 ; Nov. 7. 

Benedict. Hershel A., East Orange, and E. M. Moller, Jer- 
sey City, N. J. Control apparatus. No. 1,436,333; 
Nov. 21. 

Benedict, Hershel A., East Orange, and E. M. Moller, 
Jersey City, N. J. Control apparatus. No. 1,436,334 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Benedict, John W., Grand Ledge, Mich. Flour feeder. 
No. 1,421,896; July 4. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Benedict. Maria A., New York, N. Y. Egg carrier. No. 
1,426, 24G ; Aug. 15. 

Benedict, T. N., Mfg. Co. (See Hatzung, Alexander, as- 
signor.) 

Benedict, T. N., Mfg. Co. (See Saunders, Albert F., as 
signor.) 

Benedict, Theobald, assignor of one-third to J. Dietrich, 
New York, N. Y. Telephone muffler. No. 1,419,606 ; 
June 13. 

Benedict, Walter S., Cleveland, Ohio. Washing machine. 
No. 1,413,825 ; Apr. 25. 

Beneke & Knapf Manufacturing Company. (See Rayfield, 
Charles I,., assignor.) 

Beneke & Kropf Manufacturing Company. (See Rayfield, 
Charles L., assignor. ) 

Beneker. .lav C, Seattle, Wash., assignor of one-third to 
F. F. Mcintosh. Glen Osborne, and one-third to W. B. 
Skinkle, Coraopolis, Pa. Manufacturing steel. No. 
,1,431.621 ; Oct. 10. 

Benford, Frank A., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Searchlight window. No. 1,404,004 ; 
Jan. 17. 

Bon lord, Ralph J., Johnstown, Pa. Automobile bed. 
No. 1,410.731; Mar. 28. 

Bengel, William, Newport, Ark. Plumb and level. No. 
1,410,283 ; Mar. 21. 

Bengtson. Albin, Luck, Wis. Adjustable brace. No. 
1,426,247; Aug. 3 5. 

Bengue, Jules, Paris, France. Means for closing glass 
bottles for chloride of ethyl and other volatile prod- 
ucts. No. 1,414,169 ; Apr. 25. 

Benham, Oscar C, Decatur, 111. Combined shade and cur- 
tain fixture for windows. No. 1,431,092 ; Oct. 3. 

Benish, Thomas E. (See Clarke, Justin A., assignor.) 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, 111., and G. M. Merwin. 
Berwyn, 111., assignors to International Harvester Com- 
pany. Snapping rolls for buskers and shredders. No. 
1,418,424 ; June 6. 

Benjamin,. Dana H., assignor to H. C. Benjamin, Cleveland 
Heights, Ohio. Reversing mechanism for washing ma- 
chines. No. 1,403.285: Jan. 10. 

Benjamin, .Dana H., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
American Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Garment-gloss-eliminating press. No. 1,409,652 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Benjamin, Dana H., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
American Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio.. Apparatus for handling starch mixture. No. 
1,418.273; June 6. 

Benjamin. Dana II., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
American Laundry Machinerv Company. Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Preparing starch. No. 1,418,274 ; June 6. 

Benjamin, Dana II. , Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
American Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati. 
Ohio. Handling starch mixture. No. 1,418.275 ; June 6. 

Benjamin, Dana H., Cleveland Heights, and A. R. Curtis, 
Cleveland, assignors to S. D. Guggenheim, Cleveland 
Heights, Ohio. Extractor. No. 1,423.827 ; July 25. 

Benjamin Eastwood Company. (See Wells, William S., 
assignor.) 

Benjamin Eastwood Company. (See Zeedyk, William, as- 
signor.) 

Benjamin, Edward O.. Newark, N. J. Rubber product and 
making the same. No. 1,409,275 ; Mar. 14. 

Benjamin. Edward O., Newark, N. J. Gasket, packing, etc. 
No. 1.409,276 ; Mar. 14. 

Benjamin, Edward O., Newark, N. J. Rubber gaskets, 
packing, etc. No. 1,409,277 ; Mar. 14. 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Ben- 
jamin. Reuben B., assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Mueller. 
Ralph S., assignor.) 

Benjamin, George IT., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for dry- 
ing fruits, vegetables, and other substances. No. 
1,415,010 : May 9. 

Benjamin, George H., New York, N. Y. Tunnel kiln. No. 
1,415.011: May 9. 

Benjamin, Harry S.. assignor to Benjamin Motor Products 
Co., Detroit. Mich. Intake manifold for internal-com- 
bustion engines. No. 1.431.280; Oct. 10. 

Benjamin. Harry S., assignor to Benjamin Motor Products 
Company. Detroit. Mich. Intake manifold for internal- 
combustion engines. No. 1.431.281: Oct. 10. 

Benjamin, Henrietta C. (See Benjamin, Dana H., as- 
signor.) 

Benjamin, Lionel, Kansas City, Mo. Closure for car-door 
openings. No. 1.413,702; Apr. 25. 

Benjamin Motors Products Co. (See Benjamin, Harry S., 
assignor.) 

Benj"min Motors Products Co. (See Terry, Frank R., as- 
signor.) 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago. III. Hand portable 
electrical receptacle. No. 1.402,735; Jan. 10. 

Benjamin. Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric Man- 
ufacturing Company. Chicago. 111. Electrical con- 
nector device. No. 1,404,184 ; Jan. 24. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electrical re- 
ceptacle. No. 1,404.731 ; Jan. 31. 

Benjamin. Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric Man 
ufacturing Company. Chicago. Til. Combination elec 
trie-light fixture. No. 1. 404, 732 : Jan. 31. 



Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric Man- 
ufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electric fixture. 
No. 1,404,733; Jan. 31. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electrical con- 
nector device. No. 1,422,170; July 11. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electric switch. 
No. 1,426,811 ; Aug. 22. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Fuse plug. No. 
1,427,895 ; Sept. 5. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electrical connector 
device. No- 1.431,622: Oct. 10. 

Benjamin & Johnes. (See Roth, Isidor, assignor.) 

Benjamins, Israel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Belt buckle. No. 
1,407,185 ; Feb. 21. 

Benjamins, Israel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Rim and tire for 
automobile and other wheels. No. 1,422,818 ; July 18. 

Benkiser. Paul A.. Cleveland. Ohio. Car-window-cleaning 
device. No. 1,431,357; Oct. 10. 

Benmayor, Leon. (See Habib, V., and Benmayor.) 

Benner, Henry W., Bethlehem, Pa. Antirattler. No. 
1,427,774 ; Sept. 5. 

Benner, Raymond C. (See MacKenzie, A. A., and Benner.) 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, N. Y., assignor to Union 
Carbide & Carbon Research Laboratories, Inc. Stabi- 
lizing storage-battery electrodes. No. 1,439,994 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Benner, Raymond C, and II. F. French, Fremont, Ohio, 
assignor to National Carbon Company, Inc. Depolarizer 
for primary batteries. No 1.415.S60 ; May 16. 

Benner, Raymond C, and H. F. French, Fremont. Ohio., 
assignors to National Carbon Company, Inc. Electric 
hattery. No. 1,425,573 ; Aug. 15. 

Benner, Raymond C, and H. F. French, Fremont, Ohio, 
assignors to National Carbon Company, Inc. Dry cell. 
No. 1,433,526 ; Oct. 31. 

Benner, Raymond C, and H. F. French, Fremont, Ohio, 
assignors to National Carbon Company, Inc. Electric 
battery. No. 1,438,084 ; Dec. 5. 

Benner, Raymond C, and H. F. French, Fremont, Ohio, 
assignors to National Carbon Company, Inc. Electric 
battery. No. 1,438,085 ; Dec. 5. 

Benner, Raymond C, and H. F. French, Fremont, Ohio, 
assignors to National Carbon Company, Inc. High- 
voltage copper-oxide depolarizer. No. 1,438,086 ; Dec. 5. 

Bennet, Charles G., Rochester, N. Y. Fireproof lock box 
No. 1,421,150 ; June 27. 

Bennett, Alan M. (See Caldwell, F. S., and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Alan M., W. B. Elliott, and W. O'Blenis, Westfield, 
N. J., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Burke Elec- 
tric Company. Arc-welding system. JMo. 1,415,012 ; 
May 9. 

Bennett, Alexander, Buffalo, N. Y. Flying machine. No. 
1,408,496 : Mar. 7. 

Bennett, Arthur, Hollinwood, England. Machine for splic- 
ing up the ends of cotton, linen, and other threads. 
No. 1,421.151 ; June 27. 

Bennett, Ashley C, assignor to I. E. Bennett, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. Carbureter. No. 1,430,001 : Sept. 26. 

Bennett, Charles E., Atlanta, assignor to The Service En- 
gineering Company. Marietta, Ga. Current interrupter. 
No. 1,420,515; June 20. 

Bennett, Charles F., Chicago, 111., assignor to Bennett 
Elastic Web Co. Protector. No. 1,420,361 ; June 30. 

Bennett, Charles F., Waterloo, Iowa. Self-cleansing cis- 
tern filter. No. 1,433,254 ; Oct. 24. 

Bennett, Charles H., Detroit, Mich. Manifold and carbu- 
retor. No. 1,435,689 ; Nov. 14. 

Bennett, Charles R. . (See Comer. John J., assignor.) 

Bennett, Charles R. (See Holmstrom, Frank, jr., as- 
signor.) 

Bennett. Clarence W., New York, N. Y. Velocipede. No. 

1.422.171 ; July 11. 

Bennett, Clarence W., New York, N. Y. Velocipede. No. 

1.422.172 ; July 11. 

Bennett, Edward D., Pulaski, N. Y. Felt-cleaning device 
for paper-making machines. No. 1,406,821 ; Feb. 14. 

Bennett Elastic Web Co. (See Bennett, Charles F., as- 
signor.) 

Bennett, Frank J., Cambridge, Ohio. Auxiliary shield 
for automobiles. No. 1,410,987 ; Mar. 28. 

Bennett, George A., Prahran, and F. B. A. Kirsten, Bal- 
wyn, Melbourne, Victoria. Australia. Renewable or 
loose leaf book. No. 1,406,166 ; Feb. 14. 

Bennett, George W., Oak Park, assignor to J. F. Meyer, 
Chicago, 111*. Moving-picture-exhibiting machine. No. 
1,426,344 ; Aug. 22. 

Bennett, Harold, Bridgeton, Mo. Tow bar for automobiles. 
No. 1,438,291 ; Dec. 12. 

Bennett, Hugh J. (See Justice. H. H.. and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Irene E. (See Bennett, Ashley C, assignor.) 

Bennett, Jackson A., Los Angeles, Calif. Adjustable 
drainage fitting for water closets, etc. No. 1,410,526 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Bennett, Jacob E., Portland, Oreg. Machine for grinding 
sausage meat. No. 1,435,796 ; Nov. 14. 

Bennett, John M., Atlantic, Iowa. Combination auto ab- 
stract and deposit system. No. 1,402,339 ; Jan. 3. 

Bennett, Joseph O., Shreveport, La. Post for well-drill- 
ing rotaries. No. 1,418,056 ; May 30. 



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Bennett, Morris II., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Electric furnace. No. 
1,404,734 ; Jan. 31. 

Bennett, Overton M., ITniondale, Pa. Chicken feeder. 
No. 1.417,220; May 23. 

Bennett, Russell II.. Tucson, Ariz. Rail pantograph. No. 
1.418,614 ; June 6. 

Bennett, Samuel G.. Philadelphia, Pa. Heddle frame. No. 
1,434.189; Oct. 31. 

Bennett, William H., Calvin, Okla. Automobile top fas- 
tener. No. 1,407,118 ; Feb. 21. 

Bennett, William H., Auburn, N. Y. Internal-combus- 
tion engine. No. 1,413,567 ; Apr. 25. 

Bennett, William II. K., Chicago, 111., assignor to Ameri- 
can Manganese Steel Company, Augusta, Me. Suction 
nozzle. No. 1.425,165 ; Aug. 8. 

Bennik, Arie W. F., Delft, Netherlands. Rowing appa- 
ratus. No. 1,438,688 ; Dec. 12. 

Bennington, Earl T., Cleveland, Ohio. Overhead trackway 
system. No. 1,412,829 ; Apr. 18. 

Bennington, Earl T., Cleveland, Ohio. Rail-supporting 
clamp for overhead carrier systems. No. 1,412,830 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Bennington, Earl T., Colonial Heights, Ohio. Carrier for 
overhead carrier systems. No. 1,412,831 : Apr. 18. 

Bennn Kiihn, Maschinenfabrik. (See Eule, Gustav E., 
assignor.) 

Benolst, Enrique J., Vina del Mar, Chile. Grade sight. 
No. 1,424,613 ; Aug. 1. 

Benoist, Frank O., assignor to A. R. Thomas, Phoenix, 
Ariz. Piston for internal-combustion engines. No. 
1,420,014 ; June 20. 

Benoit. Delor J., Highland Park, Mich. Broom. No. 
1,438,741 ; Dec. 12. 

Benoit, Joseph F., Sanford, Me. Wire motion for looms. 
No. 1,421.897 ; July 4. 

Benoit, Napoleon, Watervliet, N. Y. Thread-cutting tool. 
No. 1.422,652 ; July 13. 

Bens. Samuel J., Herkimer, N. Y. Baby carriage. No. 
1.428,000 ; Sept. 5. 

Bensch. Kurt, l'atetiogue, N. Y. Basket-ball toy. No. 
1.433.335 : Oct. 24. 

Benshoof. Arthur, Garrison, N. Dak. Oil can. No. 
1.410.87S ; Mar. 28. 

Bensinger, Wilson. Lodi, Ohio. Adjustable stove dry- 
rack. No. 1,439,789 ; Dec. 26. 

Bensman, Arthur W., Buffalo, N. Y. Sterilizer. No. 
1,435.143; Nov. 14. 

Benson, Bradley L., San Francisco, Calif. Method of and 
machine for spacing tiles and pasting same to paper. 
No. 1,404,567 ; Jan. 24. 

Benson. David, and G. K. Bruce, Des Moines, Iowa. Ven- 
tilated automobile driver's seat. No. 1,422,915 ; July 18. 

Benson, Edward R.. Minneapolis. Minn., and M. S. Cran- 
dall, Sioux City, Iowa. Vehicle dump. No. 1,435,690; 
Nov. 14. 

Benson. Elof. Newton, assignor of one-half to F. M. Dur- 
kee, Brooklino, Mass. Screen attachment for cameras. 
No. 1,438.013; Dpc. 5. 

Benson. Emil T., Chicago, 111. Marking machine. No. 
1,423,903 : July 25. 

Benson. Finest J.. Blackfoot, Idaho. Plastic-block mold 
No. 1,408.685 : Mar. 7. 

Benson, George IT. (See Moen. H. C. and Benson.) 

Benson, Matthew P.. Troy, and M. M. Wiener. New 
York. N. Y. Metal-face-plate brush. No. 1,432,099 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Benson. Melvin B., Superior, Wis. Master controller for 
telemotors. No. 1,409,356 ; Mar. 14. 

Benson, Melvin B.. Superior, Wis. Amusement device. 
No. 1,409,357 ; Mar. 14. 

Benson, Melvin B., Superior, Wis. Brake and anchor 
operatine and releasing means for traveling bridges. 
No. 1.437.710 ; Dec. 5. 

Benson, Ralph W.. et al. (See Heller, Jesse B.. assignor.) 

Benson. Robert E., Lodi, Ohio. Tire grip chain. No. 
1,414,396 : May 2. 

Benson, William S., Newark, N. J. Electromagnetic wave 
bath. No. 1.418.903; June 6. 

Benster, Olin W.. Toledo. Ohio. Airship propelling, sup- 
porting, and landing mechanism. No. 1,430,880 ; Oct. 3. 

Rental! Edmund E. (See Bingham, George C, assignor.) 

Bentham, Cecil, assignor to Henry Simon Limited. Man- 
chester, England. Apparatus for unloading grain. No. 
1,407,510: Feb. 21. 

Bentley, Aline E., et al. (See Bentley, Dozler T., as- 
signor.) 

Bentley, Anson J., Niles, Ohio. Ice-making apparatus. 
No. 1,406,167 ; Feb. 14. 

Bentley, Anson J., Niles, Ohio. Ice-making apparatus. 
No. 1.406.168; Feb. 14. 

Bentley, Anson J., Niles, Ohio. Ice-making apparatus. 
No. 1,427.935; Sept. 5. 

Bentley, Anson J., Niles, Ohio. Freezing can. No. 
1,427,936; Sept. 5. 

Bentley. Anson J., Niles, Ohio. Freezing can. No. 
1.427,937 ; Sept. 5. 

Bentley, Anson J., Niles, Ohio. Freezing can. No. 
1.427.938: Sept. 5. 

Bentley. Anson J.. Niles, Ohio. Freezing can. No 
1.437.165 ; Nov. 28. 

Bentley. Ren L., Franklin, Pa. Screw driver. No. 
1.412.550; Apr. 11. 



Bentley, C. M., et al. (See Schaefer, Frank M., assignor.) 

Bentley, Dozier T., assignor of one-half to A. E. Bentley 
and one-half to F. W. Galvery, Sacramento, Calif. Air 
gauge. No. 1,405,706; Feb. 7. 

Bentley, Edward M., Lawrence, N. Y. Rheostat. No. 
1,411,901 ; Apr. 4. 

Bentley, Elizabeth, executrix. (See Bentlev, Manton T.) 

Bentley, Fred, Detroit, Mich. Spring wheel. No. 
1,438,087 ; Dec. 5. 

Bentley, George A., Marthon, Iowa. Seed-potato-cutting 
machine. No. 1,411,832 ; Apr. 4. 

Bentley, John G., Paterson, N. J. Thread and making 
same. No. 1,412,446 ; Apr. 11. 

Bentley, John H., et al. (See Brown, William H. A., 
assignor.) 

Bentlev Machine Company. (See Bentley, Thomas, as- 
signor.) 

Bentley, Manton T., deceased, Palmyra, N. J., E. Bentley, 
executrix. Tobacco-pipe cleaner. No. 1,419.106 ; June 6. 

Bentley, Oliver D. II., Roslindale, assignor to B. F. 
Sturtevant Company, Hyde Park, Mass. Steam tur- 
bine. No. 1,410.644 ; Mar. 28. 

Bentley, Oliver D. H., Roslindale, assignor to B. F. Sturte- 
vant Company, Hyde Park, Mass. Steam turbine. No. 
1,415,298 ; May 9. 

Bentley, Oliver D. H., Roslindale, assignor to B. F. Stur- 
tevant Company, Hyde Park, Mass. Steam turbine. 
No. 1,434,672 ; Nov. 7. 

Bentley, Samuel E., Springfield, Mass. Safety pin. Nc 
1,420,952; June 27. 

Bentley, Thomas, assignor of one-half to Bentley Machine 
Company, Dracut Center, Mass. Detector for roving 
and similar machines. No. 1.415,917: May 16. 

Benton, Harry O., Bayonne, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Development Company, New 
York, N. Y. Labeling device. No. 1,439.397 ; Dec. 19. 

Benton, John W., Harlowe. New South Wales, Australia. 
Educational device. No. 1,428,206 ; Sept. 5. 

Benton, Linn B. and M. F., Plainfield, assignors to Ameri- 
can Type Founders Company, Jersey City, N. J. Font- 
ing apparatus. No. 1,418,057 ; May 30. 

Benton, Morris F. (See Benton, Linn B. and M. F.) 

Benton, William E., San Francisco, Calif. Toy. No. 
1.404,509 ; Jan. 24. 

Bentson, Hans J., Winthrop Harbor, assignor to F. C. 
Austin, Chicago, 111. Self-shifting track. No. 1,421,387 ; 
July 4. 

Bentum, Lucas O. (See Roumimper, Jacobus A., as- 
signor.) 

Bentz, Bessie M., et al. (See Bentz, John A., assignor.) 

Bentz. Harry, Montclair, N. J. Cabinet drier. No. 
1.425.314 : Aug. 8. 

Bentz. Harry, Montclair, N. J. Apparatus for drying. No. 
1,436,142 ; Nov. 21. 

Bentz, John A., assignor of one-balf to W. S. Schell and 
one-half to B. M. Bentz, Harrisburg, Va. Lug. No. 
1.402.562; Jan. 3. 

Bentz, John A., assignor -of one-half to W. S. Schell and 
one-half to B. M. Bentz, Harrisburg, Pa. Traction lug. 
No. 1,436,229 : Nov. 21. 

Benvissuto, Philip, et al. »See Mombaruzzo, Luigi, as- 
signor.) 

Benvissuto. Philip, and L. Mombaruzzo, New York, N. Y. 
Automatic gas-control valve. No. 1,430,351 ; Sept. 26. 

Benway, David A. (See Brady, H. T., and Benway.) 

Benz, Adolph, jr., Peoria, 111. Apparatus for treatment 
of dough. No. 1,430.616 ; Oct. 3. 

Benzine Condensation Co. (See Boeder, Albert, assignor.) 

Berardi, Frank, Little Silver, N. J. Drain tile. No. 
1,413, 3S0; Apr. 18. 

Berdan, Jacob M., Paterson, N. J., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Incorporated. Roofing. No. 1,422,526 ; 
July 11. 

Berendes, Rudolf. (See Weyland, H., Hahl, and Berendes.) 

Berendes, Rudolf, and W. Griittefien, Elberfeld, assignors 
to Farbenfabriken vorm. Friedr. Bayer and Co.. Lever- 
kusen, near Cologne-on-the-Rhine, Germany. Pharma- 
ceutical compound. No. 1,440,269 ; Dec. 26. 

Berendsen. Henry A., Bangor, Pa. Refooting stockings. 
No. 1.424.708; Aug. 1. 

Berenson. Israel, Boston, Mass. Guide for positioning 
sheets of paper. No. 1,437,744 : Dec. 5. 

Beresford, Lionel B., Beverly, N. J. Game. No. 1,433,336 ; 
Oct. 24. 

Berg. Andrew, Bridgeport, Conn. Wire-chain-making ma- 
chine. No. 1,438,474; Dec. 12. 

Berg, Carl E., Minneapolis. Minn. Internal-combustion 
engine. No. 1.417,133 ; Mav 23. 

Berg. Edgar A., Grand Forks, N. Dak. Automobile wheel. 
No. 1.427.433 ; Aug. 29. 

Berg. Einar II., Chicago., 111. Whipper. No. 1,416,597; 
May 16. 

Berg, George H. (See Berg, Herman H. and G. H.) 

Berg, Herman H. and G. H., Thornburg, Colo. Farm-gate 
latch. No. 1,403,732 ; Jan. 17. 

Berg, Joseph A. (See Anderson, N. B., and Berg.) 

Berg, Martin. (See Berggraf, Hans, assignor.) 

Berg, Richard O. and S., assignors to Michigan Steel 
Tube Products Co.. Detroit, Mich. Tube-welding ma- 
chine. No. 1,418,058; Mav 30. 

Berg. Simon. (See Berg, Riichard O. and S.) 

Bergander. John F.. Chicago, 111. Subdividing tool. No. 
1.410.323: May 16. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bergdoll, Louis J., now, by judicial change of name 
L. J. Bergson, Philadelphia, Pa. Phonographic sound 
box. No. 1,423,387 ; July 18. 

Bergdorf, Josef, New York, N. Y. Hydraulic water gate. 
No. 1,405,390; Feb. 7. 

Berge, Joseph, Flint, Mich. Lamp support. No. 1,420,075 ; 
June 20. 

Berge, Paul. (See Griinstein, N., and Berge.) 

Bergen, Albert R., South Amboy, N. J. Combination 
shingle and attaching means therefor. No. 1,431,869 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Bergen, Charles B., Washington, D. C. Mute for stringed 
Instruments. No. 1,416,780 ; May 23. 

Bergens, William J., Chicago, assignor to The Novelty 
Patents Company, North Chicago, 111. Extension cur- 
tain rod. No. 1,432,437 ; Oct. 17. 

Berger, Alexander, Bayside, N. Y. Automobile signal 
device. No. 1,430,352; Sept. 26. 

Berger, Alfred A. R., and G. J. Hoffman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Shearing device. No. 1,411,605 ; Apr. 4. 

Berger, Christian. (See Sawyer, Frederick L., assignor.) 

Berger, Christian, New York, N. Y., assignor to F. L. 
Sawyer, Bvanston, 111. Sound-operated circuit control- 
ler. No. 1.405,708 ; Feb. 7. 

Berger, ehristian, assignor of one-half to F. L. Sawyer, 
New York, N. Y.' Color print viewable by lights of dif- 
ferent colors and making same. No. 1,422,527 ; July 11. 

Berger, Daved, Philadelphia, Pa. Heel for ladies' shoes. 
No. 1,411,264; Apr. 4. 

Berger, Dellno, Madison Township, Franklin County, 
Ohio. Air brake. No. 1,427,715 ; Aug. 29. 

Berger, Ferdinand H., Detroit, Mich. Internal-combustion 
engine. No. 1,412,266; Apr. 11. 

Berger, George R. (See Chamberlain, Rufus N., as- 
signor.) 

Berger, Henry, Jr., Portland, Oreg. Film holder. No. 
1,405,892; Feb. 7. 

Berger, Joseph, Utica, N. Y., assignor to Union Special 
Machine Company, Chicago, 111. Needle clamp for sew- 
ing machines. No. 1,430,930 ; Oct. 3. 

Berger, Knute, assignor to Washington Iron Works, 
Seattle, Wash. Cable clamp. No. 1,430,783 ; Oct. 3. 

Berger, Matthew R., Philadelphia, Pa. Shank for eaves- 
trough supports. No. 1,429,482 ; Sept. 19. 

Berger, Richard, assignor to Firm F. Soennecken, Bonn- 
on - the - Rhine, Germany. Copying machine. No. 
1,412,995 ; Apr. 18. 

Berger, Richard, assignor to Firm F. Soennecken, Bonn-on- 
the-Rhine, Germany. Paper roll for roller copying ma- 
chines. No. 1,415,084 ; May 9. 

Berger, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Binding strap. No. 
1,411,902 ; Apr. 4. 

Berger, Samuel, Newark, N. J., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Illinois Watch Case Company, Elgin, 111. 
Cigarette case. No. 1,413,381 ; Apr. 18. 

Bergeron, Joseph, A. C, assignor to J. W. Genest, 
Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. Advertising device. No. 
1,429,274 ; Sept. 19. 

Bergesch, Louis W., St. Louis, Mo. Burial-casket handle. 
No. 1,403,666 ; Jan. 17. 

Bergey, Aaron E., Warren, Ohio. Mechanism for driving 
tools. No. 1,406,965 ; Feb. 21. 

Bergey, Aaron E., Bazetta Township, Trumbull County, 
Ohio. Mechanism for driving tools. No. 1,413,094 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Berggraf, Hans, Stavanger, assignor to M. Berg, San- 
defjord, Norway. Pedal apparatus for sewing machines 
and the like. No. 1,416.324 ; May 16. 

Bergholz, August F., and C. O. Johnson, Jefferson, Wis. 
Sanitary strainer. No. 1,413,892: Apr. 25. 

Berglund, Andrew, assignor to R. S. Broge, Indiana Har- 
bor, Ind. Double hand and foot propelled vehicle. No. 
1.405,660; Feb. 7. 

Berglund, Andrew, Indiana Harbor, Ind., assignor to R. 
S. Broge, Chicago, 111. Cement mill. No. 1,426,812 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Berglund. Herman, Duluth, Minn. Chain link. No. 
1.431,771 ; Oct. 10. 

Bergman-Koropp & Co. (See Johnston, R. L., and Wallner, 
assignors.) 

Bergman, Lars II., Chicago, 111. Pulverized-fuel furnace. 
No. 1,421.898 ; July 4. 

Bergman. Louis W., New York, N. Y. Loose-leaf binder. 
No. 1,429.708; Sept. 19. 

Bergman, Olof F., Gary, Ind. Slice bar and tongs. No. 
1,432.952 : Oct. 24. 

Bergman, Sven R., Nahant, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Commutator and the like. No. 
1,419,803 ; June 13. 

Bergman, Sven R., Nahant, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electrical system. No. 1,420,947 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Bergman, Victor F. (See Koropp, L., and Bergman.) 

Bergman, William G., Toledo, Ohio. Burner. No. 
1,411,470; Apr. 4. 

Bergman, William G., Toledo, Ohio. Gas and air revers- 
ing valve. No. 1,428,525 ; Sept. 12. 

Bergmann, Andrew II., New York, N. Y. Toy-house con- 
struction. No. 1,425,160: Aug. 8. 

Bergner, John C. (See Sherman, C. H., and Morris, 
assignors.) 

Bergren, Louis G., San Francisco, Calif. Safety delivery 
door. No. 1,405,601 ; Feb. 7. 



Bergseng, John, West Salem, Wis. Removable side at- 
tachment for wheelbarrows. No. 1,436,567 ; Nov. 21. 
Bergstein, Samuel, Middletown, Ohio. Paper box. No. 

1,426,948 ; Aug. 22. 
Bergsten, John, Taft, Calif. Elevator. No. 1,434,673 ; 

Nov. 7. 
Bergstrom, Axel E. T., assignor to Aktiebolaget Patria, 

Stockholm, Sweden. Calipers, spring calipers, and the 

like. No. 1,436,143; Nov. 21. 
Bergwell, Fred, assignor to B. D. Weyand, Chicago, 111. 

Car-door-locking device. No. 1,434,523 ; Nov. 7. 
Beristain & Cia. (See Artamendi, Dionisio, assignor.) 
Berkeley, Ida M., et al., administrators. (See Berkeley. 

Wales O.) 
Berkeley, Laurence J., Milwaukee, Wis. Rail anchor. No. 

1,428,578 ; Sept. 12. 
Berkeley, Laurence J., assignor to Hercules Manufacturing 

Company, Racine, Wis. Gripping device. No. 1,417,294 ;. 

May 23. 
Berkeley Light Corporation. (See Wood, William G., 

assignor.) 
Berkeley, Thomas L., Alexandria, Va. Water-gauge-glass 

hoMer. No. 1,407,627 ; Feb. 21. 
Berkeley, Wales O., deceased, Potsdam, by I. M. Berkeley, 

Potsdam, and T. T. Hill, Carmel, N. Y., administrators. 

Repository. No. 1,419,107 ; June 6. 
Berkey, George P., Appleton, Wis. Method and apparatus 

for loosening bark from pulp wood. No. 1,402,138 ; 

Jan. 3. 
Berkey, Harvey C, Claremont, N. H, assignor to Sullivan 

Machinery company. Electric mining apparatus. No. 

1,407,119 ; Feb. 21. 
Berkey, Peter, Chicago, 111. Egg carton. No. 1,430,617 ; 

Oct. 3. 
Berkowitz, Eugene B., Kansas City, Mo. Compartmental 

container. No. 1,411,833 ; Apr. 4. 
Berkowitz, Samuel, New York, assignor to himself and. 

Benjamin Lubliner, Brooklyn, N. Y. Overalls. No. 

1,418,124 ; May 30. 
Berlin, Harry, New York, N. Y. Stop motion. No. 

1,408,250; Feb. 28. 
Berliner Actiengesellschaft fur eisengiesserei und Mas- 

chinenfabrikation. (See Gensecke, Wilhelm, assignor.) 
Berlizheimer, David T. (See Josephs, J., and Berlizheimer.) 
Berlotti, Samuel, St. Louis, Mo. Metallic container. No. 

1,426,345; Aug. 22. 
Berlston, Elizabeth. (See Ross, Isidor B., assignors 
Berrnan, Benjamin, Boston, Mass. Key holder. No. 

1,412,602; Apr. 11. 
Berman, Harry L., Roxbury, Mass. Key placing and re- 
moving tool. No. 1,421,152; June 27. 
Berman, Henry, assignor of one-half to E. Erik, Ossining, 

N. Y. Sound box. No. 1,423,707 ; July 25. 
Berman, Louis C, Chicago, 111. Lifting jack. No. 

1,404,735; Jan. 31. 
Berman, Sam, Chicago, 111. Caster for showcases. No. 

1,426,452; Aug. 22. 
Berman, Saul, New York, N. Y. Automobile radiator. No. 

1,404,005 ; Jan. 17. 
Berman, Wolf, New York, N. Y. Sectional inner strip 

for automobile tires. No. 1,423,748 ; July 25. 
Berna, Edward G., Rochester, N. Y. Apple-facing device. 

No. 1,413,957 ; Apr. 25. 
Bernard, Anthony M., Minneapolis, Minn. Ready opener 

for gasket-sealed containers. No. 1,436,007 ; Nov. 21. 
Bernard Company of N. J. (See Plavell, Dennis A., 

assignor.) 
Bernard, James L., Beaver, Pa. Safety screen. No.. 

1,422,409 ; July 11. 
Bernard, Paul, BouIogne-sur-Seine, and M. Barbe\ Paris, 

France. Apparatus for lighting and extinguishing gas 

burners of street lamps. No. 1,422,249 ; July 11. 
Bernard, Pierre J. H., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Elec- 
tric heating element. No. 1,407.918 ; Feb. 28. 
Bernard, Pierre J. H., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Electric 

heater. No. 1,428,071 ; Sept. 5. 
Bernard, William A., assignor to The William Schollhorn 

Company, New Haven, Conn. Hand tool. No. 

1,407,780 ; Feb. 28. 
Bernard y Hernandez, Gustavo, Habana, Cuba. Making 

bricks and their products. No. 1,430,991 ; Oct. 3. 
Bernardi, Alfredo. Sandoval, 111. Automatic railway-car 

coupling. No. 1,419.009 ; June 6. 
Bernardini, Luigi. (See Manuelli, C, and Bernardini.) 
Bornardoni, Otto J. (See Calcaterra. J., and Bernardoni. > 
Bernat, Raoul, Bordeaux, France. System of suspension 

for vehicles. No. 1,436,144; Nov. 21. 
Bernauer, George W., St. Charles, Mo. Stiffening ma- 
terial for shoes. No. 1,426,538 ; Aug. 22. 
Bernbaum, John W., assignor to Chicago-Cleveland Cat- 
Roofing Company, Chicago, 111. Car-line construction. 

No. 1,428,354 ; Sept. 5. 
Berndt, Herman R., Chicago, 111. Sled. No. 1,405,262 ; 

Jan. 31. 
Berndt, William, assignor of one-half to H. J. Dorweiler, 

Hamel, Minn. Antiskid device. No. 1,409,278 ; Mar. 14. 
Berne, Celestin, Bridgeport, Conn. Resilient tire for vehi- 
cle wheels. No. 1,410.359; Mar. 21. 
Bernecker, George E., assignor to Standard Accessory Cor- 
poration, Milwaukee, Wis. Needle or stylus. No. 

1,408,337; Feb. 28. 
Berner, August. Nuremberg, assignor to C. & E. Fein 

Elocktrotechniscbe Falirik. Stuttgart, Germany. Rock 

drill and like cutting machine. No. 1,417,227 ; May 23. 



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Bernert, George, assignor to Bernert" Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. Pneumatic conveyer apparatus. 
No. 1,420,015 ; June 20. 

Bernert Manufacturing Company. (See Bernert, Georga, 
assignor.) 

Bernhard, Heinrich, and O. Jaeck, assignors to Society of 
Chemical In lustry in Basle, Basel, Switzerland. De- 
gumming raw silk in presence of vat-dyed silk. No. 
1,409,653 ; Mar. 14. 

Bernier, Alcide J., Washington, D. C. Aeroplane. No. 
1,417,8S4; May 30. 

Bernstein, Isaac, Alameda, Calif. Pocket. No. 1,426,539 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Bernstein, Isaac, Alameda, Calif. Union overalls. No. 
1,426,540; Aug. 22. 

Bernstein, Isaac, San Francisco, Calif. Tie holder. No. 
1,429,560 • Sept. 19. 

Bernstein. Jacob, Omaha, Nehr. Soot collector. No. 
1,412.334 ; Apr. 11. 

Bernstein, Joseph M. (See Epstein, II., Mitnick, and Bern- 
stein.) 

Bernstein, William, Jamaica Plain, Mass. Heel rest. 
No. 1,431,623; Oct. 10. 

Berond, Victor, Pelican Rapids, Minn. Grave marker. 
No. 1,425,361 ; Aug. 8. 

Berriman, Edward C, Chicago, 111. Measuring instrument. 
No. 1,435,274; Nov. 14. 

Berriman, Edward C, Chicago, 111. Tailor's measuring 
instrument. No. 1,435,275 ; Nov. 14. 

Berringer, Henry J., San Francisco, Calif. Fender lamp. 
No. 1,422,528 ; July 11. 

Berrv, Althea T., Wolfeboro, N. H. Innersole. No. 
1,412,603; Apr. 11. 

Berry. Arthur V. and E. S., Hebron, Ohio. Gear-shift- 
locking mechanism. No. 1,407,458 ; Feb. 21. 

Berry, Byron C. (See Armitage, C. F., Holmes, and 
Berry.) 

Berry, Charles A., assignor to The Yale & Towne Manu- 
facturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Machine for du- 
plicating keys. No. 1,408,166 ; Feb. 28. 

Berry, Charles H., Detroit, Mich. Automatic compen- 
sating gauge. No. 1.413,514 ; Apr. 18. 

Berry, Charles H., Detroit, Mich. Absolute-pressure 
gauge. No. 1,414,854 ; May 2. 

Berry, Charles II.. Detroit, Mich. Compensating gauge. 
No. 1,420,953 ; June 27. 

Berry, Charles M., Kingston Station, Pa. Radiator casing. 
No. 1,436.S53; Nov. 28. 

Berry, Earl E., assignor to American Road Machinery 
Company, Inc., Kennett Square, Pa. Sand-settling box. 
No. 1,407,919 ; Feb. 28. 

Berrv, Earle A., Kansas City, Mo. Battery cover. No. 
1,419,208; June 13. 

Berry, Edgar H., Chicago, 111. Loose-leaf filing device. 
No. 1,403,834 ; Jan. 17. 

Berry, Edgar H., New York, N. Y. Dispensing device for 
containers. No. 1,429,561 ; Sept. 19. 

Berry, Elmer S. (See Berry, Arthur V. and E. S.) 

Berry, Frederick E., Hayes, England. Electrical trans- 
former for regulating or varying the voltage of the cur- 
rent supplied therefrom. No. 1,422,653 ; July 11. 

Berry, George. (See Haughton. J. E.. and Berry.) 

Berry, George W., Erie, Pa. Safety device for dumping 
vehicles. No. 1.404,684; Jan. 24. 

Berry, George W., Erie, Pa. Packing for hydraulic jacks. 
No. 1.424,233 ; Aug. 1. 

Berry, Grant G., Bessemer, Ala. Core for casting iron 
pipes and means for producing the same. No. 1,429,562 ; 
Sept. 19< 

Berry, Harold R., Brooklyn. N. Y. Constructive con- 
version of hydrocarbons. No. 1,429,910 ; Sept. 19. 

Berry, Herbert H.. London, England. Electric radiator. 
No. 1.415,770 ; May 9. 

Berry, Hubert C. Salem, N. J., and G. Applegate, Penns- 
ville, N. J., assignors to The J. G. Brill Company. Phila- 
delphia. Pa. Automatic adjustment for brake shoes. 
No. 1,407,628 ; Feb. 21. 

Berry, James L. (See Schubert. A. J., and Berry.) 

Berry Machinery & Supply Co., The. (See Berry, Seneca 
L.| assignor.) 

Berry, Mae. (See Berry. William G. and M.) 

Berry, Reni S. (See Kline, Nick W., assignor.) 

Berry, Reni S. (See McGee, W. H., and Berry.) 

Berry, Reni S., Los Angeles, Calif., and E. T. Rushton, 
assignors to Hercules Products Company, St. Joseph, 
Mich. Rim tool. No. 1,434.244 ; Oct. 31. 

Berry, Robert 6., assignor to D. W. RittefTlndianapolis, 
Ind. Spark plug. No. 1,419.904 ; June 13. 

Berry, Russell C. (See Cole, Albert L., assignor.) 

Berry. Seneca L.. Sunnyvale. Calif. Valve for pressure 
cookers. No. 1,432,953 ; Oct. 24. 

Berry, Seneca L.. Sunnyvale, assignor -to The Berrv Ma- 
chinery & Supply Co., San Jose, Calif. Band-saw guide. 
No. 1.438.155 : Dec. 5. 

Berry, Thomas W.. Dorchester, Mass. Sole-leather roller. 
No. 1.438.6S9 ; Dec. 12. 

Berry, Wilbur F.. Chicago, HI. Wheelbarrow. No. 
1,407.690 ; Feb. 28. 

Berry, William. San Diego. Calif. Automobile signal de- 
vice. No. 1,405,893 ; Feb. 7. 



Berry, William, Cleveleys, near Blackpool, England. Ob. 
taining of grain and like effect in painting No. 
1,416,325 ; May 16. 

Berry, William G. and M., Cleveland, Ohio. Internal- 
combustion-engine piston. No. 1.408.066 ; Feb. 28. 

Berryhill, James G. (See Reed, Charles J., assignor.) 

Berryman, David, Floral Park, N. Y., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Apparatus for 
molding. No. 1,430,531 ; Oct. 3. 

Berryman, James H., Snoqualmie Falls, Wash. Lumber 
trimmer. No. 1,410,156; Mar. 21. 

Bersted, Alfred and M., Chicago, 111. Phonograph balance- 
weight-cover support. No. 1,413,382 ; Apr. 18. 

Bersted, Martin. (See Bersted, Alfred and M.) 

Bersted, Martin C., Chicago, 111. Carrier attachment for 
automobile running boards. No. 1,433,773 ; Oct. 31. 

Bersted, Martin C, Chicago, 111. Cover support for phono- 
graphs. No. 1,433,774 ; Oct. 31. 

Berthelon, Edmond, Ax-les-Thermes, France. Method and 
apparatus for obtaining wood products. No. 1,426,346 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Bertherman, Henry F., Boston, Mass. Attachment for 
cigarette packages. No. 1,440,270 ; Dec. 26. 

Berthold, Edward E., Chicago, 111. Lost-motion connec- 
tion for wash machines. No. 1,432,954 ; Oct. 24. 

Berthold, Edward E., Chicago, 111. Washing-machine 
cover. No. 1,433,515; Oct. 24. 

Berthold Gustave W., Chicago, 111. Automatic reversing 
mechanism. No. 1,424,797 ; Aug. 8. 

Berthon, William H. M., London, assignor to Berthon & 
Co., Streatham, England. Collapsible meat safe or 
cover. No. 1,437,219 ; Nov. 28. 

Berthon & Co. (See Berthon, William. H. M., assignor.) 

Bertin, Isaac, New York, N. Y. Shopping bag. No. 
1,432,150; Oct. 17. 

Bertini, Dante, assignor to The Walter M. Lowney Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Center feeder. No. 1,434,940 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Bertolini, Angelo T., New York, N. Y. Light attachment 
for sewing machines. No. 1.415,771 ; Mav 9. 

Bertram, John F., St. Louis, Mo. Churn. No. 1,429,319 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Bertrand, Frederic E„ Lynn, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Shoe-sewing machine. No. 1,405.264 ; 
Jan. 31. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel at- 
taching. No. 1,409,359 ; Mar. 14. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Turnsole 
and making same. No. 1,410,157 ; Mar. 21. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Thread- 
waxing device. No. 1.437.127 ; Nov. 28. 

Bertschert, Christopher, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 
Lifeboat. No. 1,437,387 ; Nov. 28. 

Bertschy, Adolph J. P., Omaha, Nebr. Method and means 
for carburizing iron, steel, and alloys thereof. No. 
1.408,686 ; Mar. 7. 

Berube, Alfred J., Lyndonville, Vt. Detachable shoe heel. 
No. 1,435,797; Nov. 14. 

Berwald, William, Babbitt, Minn. Mirror support. No. 
1,419,804 ; June 13. 

Berwick, Anna E., et al. (See Stasel, S., and Berwick, 
assignors.) 

Berwick, Daniel. (See Stasel, S.. and Berwick.) 

Berwick, Nicholas, et al. (See Stasel, S., and Berwick, 
assignors.) 

Berwick, William II., Syracuse, N. Y. Pressing element. 
No. 1.414.007 ; Apr. 25. 

Berzon, Louis, et al. (See Brezin, Joseph, assignor.) 

Berzon, Louis, et al. (See Berzon, L., and Brezin. as- 
signors.) 

Berzon, Louis, and J. Brezin, assignors of one-third to 
L. Berzon, one-third to J. Brezin, and one-third to W. 
Kosakoff. Philadelphia, Pa. Ice-cream-cone-baking ma- 
chine. No. 1,432,049,; Oct. 17. 

Beselin. Raymond L., Omaha, Nebr. Smoker's pipe. No. 
1.408,251 ; Feb. 28. 

Beskow. Bernhard M., Miami, . Fla. Receptacle. No. 
1.420,906 ; June 27. 

Besnard, Charles H., assignor to J. P. B. Bessonneau. 
Paris, France. Building construction. No. 1,419,126 ; 
June 13. 

Bessette, Luke E., assignor of one-half to L. S. Crosby, 
Banff, Alberta, Canada. Extension table. No. 
1,431,282 ; Oct. 10. 

Bessler, Frank E., Akron, Ohio. Resilient wheel. No. 
1.414,542 ; Mav 2. 

Bessler. Frank E., Akron, Ohio. Tire. No. 1,414,543 : 
May 2. 

Bossier, Frank E., Akron, Ohio. Inner tube. No. 
1.419,442 ; .Tune 13. 

Bessler, Frank E.. Akron, Ohio. Inner tube. No. 
1.410,443; June 13. 

Bessler. Frank E.. Akron, Ohio. Inner tube. No. 
1,439.221 ; Dec. 19. 

Bessler, Frank E., Akron. Ohio, assignor of one-half To 
A. J. Dollenberger. Tire. No. 1.414.544 : Mav 2. 

Bessolo. William I... San Diego, Calif. Flexible chain 
wrench. No. 1,415.772; May 9. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Besson, Marcel 31., Boulogne-on-the-Seine, France. Glid- 
ing boat. No. 1,413,383; Apr. 18. 

Bessonneau, Julien 1*. B. (See Besnard, Charles H., as- 
signor.) 

Best, C. L., Gas Traction Company. (See Best, Clarence 
L., assignor.) 

Best, Clarence L., Elmhurst, assignor to C. L. Best Gas 
Traction Company, San Leandro, Calif. Sprocket 
chain. No. 1.424,441 ; Aug. 1. 

Best, Clarence Leo, Elmhurst, assignor to C. L. Best Gas 
Traction Company, San Leandro, Calif. Sprocket 
chain. No. 1,424,442 ; Aug. 1. 

Best, Edwin J., Woodward, Ala. Automatic revolving 
dump. No". 1,424,871 ; Aug. S. 

Best, Edwiu J., Fairfield, Ala. Rotary dump. No. 1,435,691 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Best, Fred H.. Westfield, N. J., assignor to American Tele- 
phone and Telegraph Company. Testing apparatus. No. 
1,414.397 ; May 2. 

Best, Fred H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Electrical testing 
system. No. 1,432,829 ; Oct. 24. 

Best, John H„ Edmond, Kans. Wire stretcher. No. 
1,428,414; Sept. 5. 

Best, Percy H. (See Wilson, E. R., and Best.) 

Best, W. N., Inc. (See Best, William N., assignor.) 

Best, William N., Brooklyn, assignor to W. N. Best, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Liquid-fuel-burning apparatus. No. 
1,407,511 ; Feb. 21. 

Bestimt, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Baby-carriage seat. 
No. 1,409,331 ; Mar. 14. 

Betcher, Gotfried, Portland, Oreg. Logging hook. No. 
1,423,301; July 18. 

Beth, Wilhelm F. L., Lubeck, Germany. Shaking device 
for cleaning filters. No. 1,433,115 ; Oct. 24. 

Bethel, Claude, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company. Gear case. No. 
1,419,351 ; June 13. 

Bethenod, Joseph, Paris, France. Radiotelegraphic 
coupling. No. 1,427,350; Aug. 29. 

Bethenod. Joseph. Paris, France. Radiotelegraphic cou- 
pling. No. 1,432,438 ; Oct. 17. 

Bethge. Fred L., and J. W. Storer, assignors to R. M. 
Aitkin. Denver, Colo. Auxiliary lock for bolts. No. 
1,436,620 ; Nov. 21. 

Bethke, Bernhard, assignor to Luther Grinder Mfg. Co., 
Milwaukee, Wis. Clamping support for grinding ma- 
chines. No. 1,404.337 ; Jan. 24. 

Bethke, John P., and R. H. Stearns, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Magnetic separating process and apparatus. No. 
1,414,170 ; Apr. 25. 

Bethke, John P., and R. H. Stearns, assignors to Magnetic 
Manufacturing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Magnetic pulley. 
No. 1,407,051 ; Feb. 21. 

Bethke, Leo, assignor to Chain Belt Company. Milwaukee, 
Wis. Sprocket chain. No. 1,426.248 ; Aug. 15. 

Bethlehem Foundry & Machine Company. (See Lehman, 
John G., assignor.) 

Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation. (See Chapman, 
Edward H., assignor.) 

Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation. (See Neitzel. Frank 
E., assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Hohl, George M., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Lachman, Maurice, as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Madden, J. P., and 
Fisher, assignors.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Sylvester, John M., 
assignor.) 

Betry, Owen C. (See Lake, H. M., and Betry.) 

Bett, David M., Caulfield, Victoria, Australia. Automatic 
fire extinguisher. No. 1,411,903 ; Apr. 4. 

Bettenhausen, Charles C, Princeton, Nebr. Crank-pin 
sleeve. No. 1.418.519; June 6. 

Bettison. David C, Omaha, Nebr. Wrench. No. 
1,419,659; June 13. 

Betton. James M. (See Cary, S. C, and Betton.) 

Betts Electric & Manufacturing Corporation. (See Under- 
bill, Charles R., assignor.) 

Betts, George F. (See Gregory, I-I. W., and Betts.) 

Betts, May R., et al. (See Robinson, Major J., as- 
signor.) 

Betts Sole Protector Company. (See Betts, William H., 
assignor.) 

Betts, William H., St. Louis, Mo. Sole protector. No. 
1.418.425 ; June 6. 

Betts. William H., Portland, Oreg. Screen gasket. No. 
1.422.916 : July 18. 

Betts, William IT., assignor to Betts Sole Protector Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Sole protector. No. 1,428,072 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Botz, Eugene. Newark, assignor of one-half to H. Kopp. 
Orange, X. J. Razor-blade holder. No. 1,418,694; 
June 0. 

Betze.ll. William F., Washington, D. C. Vehicle wheel. 
No. 1.415.427 : May 9. 

Bene. Jacob. (Sec Mesker, F., and Beuc.) 

Beuc. Jacob. St. Louis, Mo. Engine piston. No. 1,407,629 ; 
Feb. 21. 

Benchcl. Theodore W. (See Schmidt, L. L., Beuchel, and 
Orwell.) 

Bender. Harvev L.. Lake Park. Minn. Potato cutter. No. 
1,422,731 ; July 11. 



Beugler, Edwin P., assignor to E. & B. Holmes Machinery 
Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Machine for heading up barrels. 
No. 1,404,923; Jan. 31. 

Beuning, Henry, Freeport, Minn. Quack-grass destroyer. 
No. 1,429,563 ; Sept. 19. 

Beurdeley, Andre, Paris, France. Artificial leg. No. 
1,407,369 ; Feb. 21. 

Beutel, Frederick C, et at. (See Ziegler, George J., as- 
signor.) 

Bevan, Daniel, Pembrey, Wales. Portable farm crane. 
No. 1,438,292 ; Dec. 12. 

Bevel, Jack H., Dallas, Tex. - Measuring device. No. 
1,417,021 ; May 23. 

Beverage, Harold H., Riverhead, N. Y.. assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Radioreceiving system No. 
1,434,984 ; Nov. 7. 

Beverage, Harold H., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Radioreceiving system. No. 
1,434,985; Nov. 7. 

Beverage, Harold H., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Radioreceiving system. No. 
1.434,986; Nov. 7. 

Bevere, Andrew, G. Greco, and A. G. Rizzolo, Newark, N. J. 
Locking device. No. 1,408,854; Mar. 7. 

Beverly, Fred P., and C. Caldwell, Kaufman, Tex. Car 
brake. No. 1,430,487 ; Sept. 26. 

Bevier, Philip H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hollow building block. 
No. 1,419,713; June 13. 

Bevier, Philip H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Reenforced floor con- 
struction. No. 1,432,100 ; Oct. 17. 

Beville, Webster J., London, England. Illuminated appa- 
ratus for displaying and advertising purposes. No. 
1,419,899 ; June 13. 

Beville, Webster J., London, England. Illuminated sign 
or advertisement. No. 1,430,147 ; Sept. 26. 

Bevins, Edward C. Cleveland, Ohio. Inflating coupling. 
No. 1,416,781 ; May 23. 

Beyea, Frank H., Akron, Ohio. Manufacturing cable 
beads or grommets. No. 1,429,123 ; Sept. 12. 

Beyea, Frank H., Akron, Ohio. Manufacturing cable 
beads or grommets. No. 1,429,124; Sept. 12. 

Beyer, Clarence B., Albuquerque, N. Mex., assignor of 
three-eighths to P. G. Redington, and one-fourth to 
F. L. McNama, Albuquerque, N. Mex. Tripping device. 
No. 1,416,161 ; May 16. 

Beyer, Otto S., Brooklyn, assignor to E. W. Bliss Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Drawing press. No. 1,433,116 ; 
Oct. 24. 

Beyer, Peter G. G., Chailatfenlund, Denmark. Crypto- 
graphic typewriter. No. 1,414,496; May 2. 

Beyermann, Hugo F., Chicago, 111. Fountain hairbrush. 
No. 1,413,384 ; Apr. 18. 

Beynon, Harry A., Kansas City, Mo. Auto-seat ventilator 
back. No. 1,412,037 ; Apr. 11. 

Bezzenberger, Edward N. (See Cox, Edward, assignor.) 

Biach, Ludwig K., New Haven, Conn. Apparatus for and 
method of dyeing material. No. 1.415,513 ; May 9. 

Bialy, Pete. (See Mark, L.. and Bialy.) 

Bianchi y Reche, Fernando, Madrid, Spain. Office desk. 
No. 1.421,564 ; July 4. 

Bibb & Caven et al. (See Boudreaux, Theodore, assignor.) 

Bibicos, Theodore, Cleveland, Ohio. Shoe heel. No. 
1,419,444; June 13. 

Bichunsky, Harry, Newark, N. J. Radiator for automo- 
biles and the like. No. 1,403,226; Jan. 10. 

Bickel, Henry F. (See Minnier, B. J., and Bickel.) 

Bickel, Henry F., Plainfield, N. J., and B. J. Minnier, 
Watertown, N. Y. Dust collector. No. 1,420,954 ; 
June 27. 

Bickford, Oramel S., Greenfield, Mass. Machine for 
grinding taps. No. 1.402,473 ; Jan. 3. 

Bickle, William L., Manhasset, N. Y. Fuel-feeding device. 
No. 1,436,568 ; Nov. 21. 

Bickley, Allen, Sandusky, Ohio. Coating composition. 
No. 1,432,523; Oct. 17. 

Bickley, Ross M., assignor to Heyl & Patterson. Inc., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Picking table. No. 1,425.441 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Bidaud. Florentin, Lyon, France, assignor to Societe 
Chimique des TJsines du Rhone (anciennement Gillmrd 
P. Monnett et Carrier), Paris, France. Process for the 
manufacture of aromatic oxyaldehyde. No. 1,418,904; 
June 6. 

Biddle,. Arthur, Trenton, N. J., assignor to United Products 
Corporation of America. Fire-extinguishing compo- 
sition. No. 1,428,207; Sept. 5. 

Biddle, Arthur, Trenton, N. J., assignor to United Prod- 
ucts Corporation of America. Caoutchouc composition. 
No. 1.437.4S7 ; Dec. 5. 

Biderman, Julius, New York, N. Y. Comb. No. 1,425,937 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Bidwell, Earl E., assignor of forty-five one-lumdredths to 
P. Quesenberry, Frederick. Okla. Packing means for 
rotary engines. No. 1,424,977 ; Aug. 8. 

Bidwell, Earl E., assignor of forty-five oue-hundredths to 
P. Quesenberry, Frederick, Okla. Internal-combustion 
rotary engine. No. 1.427,053; Aug. 22. 

Bidwell, Paul W., Easthampton, assignor to B. F. Perkins 
& Son. Inc.. Holvoke, Mass. Cloth-piling machine. No. 
1,432.955: Oct. 24. 

Bieber. Nathan, Poland. Ohio. Loader for corn hinders. 
No. 1,426,347 ; Aug. 22. 

Biebow, William E., Los Angeles, Calif. Hydrometer. 
No. 1.405,094 ; Jan. 31. 



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Biederinann, Hugo F., Tuscaloosa, Ala. Sawmill set- 
works. No. 1,412,797; Apr. 11. 

Biedinger, Harry E., East Chicago, Ind. Cushioning 
device for vehicles. No. 1,410,645 ; Mar. 28. 

Biehl, Bernard, St., Newark, N. J., assignor to J. 1.-. 
Sominer Manufacturing Co. Key case. No. 1,418,059 : 
May 30. m 

Biehn, Hobart G. (See Neumeyer, Horace P., assignor.) 

Biehn, Joseph I'"., assignor to The Abbott Laboratories, 
Chicago, 111. Closure for hypodermic-solution con- 
tainers. No. 1.413,703 ; Apr. 25. 

Bielmann, Otto, Magdeburg, Germany. Making juices, 
jellies, and jams from vegetable substances such as 
fruits and vegetables. No. 1,429,834; Sept. 19. 

Bienenfcld. Jacques. (See Gerber, Charles, assignor.) 

Biener, Herman L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Garment hanger. 
No. 1,429,835; Sept. 19. 

Bienstock, Anna E., Newark, N. J. Mop. No. 1,400,966 ; 
Feb. 21. 

Bieuveniie, Joseph. (See Bienveniie, Ren6 and J.) 

Bienveniie, Reu6 and J., Paris, Prance. Current collector 
for railway vehicles. No. 1,428,133 ; Sept. 5. 

Bicnz. Charles, St. Jean, Geneva, Switzerland. Slide 
valve. No. 1,411,153; Mar. 28. 

Bicrnd, Max P., Miami, Fla. Egg container. No. 1,416,934 ; 
May 23. 

Blersdorf, Herman It. (See Hunt, T.. and Biersdorf.) 

Biery, Harvey V., Oklahoma, Okla. Rotary photogravure 
press. No. 1,421,360; July 4. 

Biesemeyer. Henry L., Topeka, Kans. Combined curtain 
and shade bracket. No. 1,437,288 : Nov. 28. 

Blette, Henry C, Pittsburgh, Pa. Percolator. No. 
1,405,662 ; Feb. 7. 

Bieuville, Marcel, Bellevue, France. Drawing apparatus 
utilizing parallel movements. No. 1,408,252 ; Feb. 28. 

Biflex Products Company. (See Evelyn, Harry C, as- 
signor.) 

Bifk'X Products Company- (See Grotenhuis, William J., 
assignor.) 

Biflex Products Company. (See Pancoast, W. G., and 
Grotenhuis, . assignors.) 

Bigelow. Leroy E.. Medford, Oreg. Throttle-valve lock 
for motor vehicles. No. 1,403,379 ; Jan. 10. 

Big-Four Electric Company. (See Holmes, Andrew J., 
assignor.) 

Biggerstaff, Frank G., Kansas City, Mo. Harrow. No. 
1,422,173; July 11. 

Biggs, Charles L., Mercdian Tenn. Mail delivery and re- 
ceiving device. No. 1,425,167 ; Aug. 8. 

Biggs, Robert H., St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada. Ad- 
vertising device for paper-tape magazine holders. No. 
1,409,654; Mar. 14. 

Biggs, Theodore J. (See Baker, F. E.. and Biggs.) 

Biggs, Thomas A., Sioux City, Iowa. Container car. 
No. 1,432,151 ; Oct. 17. 

Biggs, William A., Meridian, Miss. Wheel antislipping 
attachment. No. 1.418,060 ; May 30. 

Bigler, Albert D., Clearfield, Pa. Brick wall construction. 
No. 1,419,805; June 13. 

Bigmore, Cyril F., London, England. Mechanical race- 
game apparatus. No. 1,436.935 ; Nov. 28. 

Bignell, Edward, Lincoln, assignor to Concrete Piling 
Company, Seward, Nebr. Method and means for cur- 
rent and channel control, in moving bodies of water. 
No. 1,409,140 ; Mar. 7. 

Bignell, Edward, Lincoln, assignor to Concrete Piling Com- 
pany, Seward, Nebr. Construction of and sinking piles. 
No. 1,435,144; Nov. 14. 

Bisrnell, Gerald, Chicago, 111. Lubricator. No. 1,435,276 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Bigney, S. O., & Company. (See Grant, Herbert G„ 
assignor.) 

Bigot, Alexandre. Paris, France. Furnace, kiln, or the 
like. No. 1,404,427 ; Jan. 24. 

Bihler, Albert E., Omaha, Nebr. Traction appendage for 
wheel tires. No. 1.407,832 ; Feb. 28. 

Bihn, William II., Petaluma, Calif. Egg turner. No. 
1,422.250; July 11. 

Bijur, Joseph, New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Bijur Motor Appliance Company. Engine 
starting device. (Reissue.) No. 15,403; July 11. 

Bijur, Joseph, New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Bijur Motor Appliance Company. Start- 
ing apparatus for airplane engines and the like. No. 
1,429.670; Sept. 19. 

Bijur, Joseph. -New York. N. Y., assignor to Bijur Motor 
Appliance Company. Starting apparatus for airplane 
engines and the like. No. 1.429,671 ; Sept. 19. 

Bijur Motor Appliance Company. (See Bijur, Joseph, 
assignor.) ilteissue.) 

Bijur Motor Appliance Company. (See Wolffsohn, Lionel 
M., assignor.) 

Bijur Motor Appliance Company. (See Woolson, Lionel 
M., assignor.) 

Biles, David H., ct al. (See Hartin, Robert C, assignor.) 

Bilger, Samuel B., Buckingham, Pa. Piano hoist. No. 
1,428,875 ; Sept. 12. 

Bilger, Walter A., and A. C. Walker, assignors to The 
American Pulley Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Ladder 
and manufacturing the same. No. 1,422,054; July 11. 

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Biller, David, assignor to Siemers-Marshall Electric Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Lighting fixture for show cases 
and the like. No. 1,435,798 ; Nov. 14. 

Billing, Herman. (See Kimmel, G. C, and Billing.) 

Billingham, Milton C. J., Kalamazoo, Mich. Paper-stock- 
treating machine. No. 1,420,362 ; June 20. 

Billingham, Milton C. J., assignor of one-half to H. L. 
Vander Horst, Kalamazoo, Mich. Method of and appa- 
ratus for disintegrating paper stock. No. 1,422,251 ; 
July 11. 

Billings, Cecil M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Axle construction. No. 
1,418,276: June 6. 

Billings, Cecil M., Brooklyn, assignor to Delmore Manu- 
facturing Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Crank-shaft con- 
struction. No. 1,412,604 ; Apr. 11. 

Billings, Frank. (See Greenleaf, Robert P., assignor.) 

Billings, Frank, and R. P. Greenleaf, Cleveland, Ohio; 
said Greenleaf assignor to said Billings. Loading ma- 
chine. No. 1,420,681 ; June 27. 

Billings, J. R., Iron & Steel Company. (See Billings, 
James R., assignor.) 

Billings, James R., assignor to J. R. Billings Iron & Steel- 
Company, Chicago, 111. Purifying cast iron and elimi- 
nating objectionable gases and oxides. No. 1,412,077 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Billings, William J (See Cleeve, Henrv F., assignor.) 

Billings, William W., Lakewood, assignor to The B. & W. 
Tool & Die Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Electromagnetic mo- 
tor. No. 1,436,335 ; Nov. 21. 

Billings & Spencer Company, The. (See Adams, Harold 
I., assignor.) 

Billingsley, Henry A., Covington, Ohio. Self-feeding at- 
tachment for ensilage cutters. No. 1.416,251 ; May 16. 

Billingsley, Percy L., Orlando, Fla. Flexible operating 
mechanism. No. 1,424,148; Aug. 1. 

Billingsly, Sterling T. (See Nichols, J. S., Billingsly, and 
Scoggins.) 

Billington, John E., Altrincham, assignor to Linotype 
and Machinery Limited, London, England. Distribut- 
ing mechanism of typographical composing and casting 
machines. No. 1,427,511 ; Aug. 29. 

Billman, Obed C. (See Myers, C. G., and Billman.) 

Billon, Frederic. (See Schneider, J., Hurlimann, and 
Billon.) 

Billon, Frederic, Solothurn, Switzerland. Electric igni- 
tion apparatus. No. 1,428,134 ; Sept. 5. 

Billon, Frederic, assignor to Firm Scintilla. Solothurn, 
Switzerland. Electric starter for internal-combustion 
engines. No. 1,416,326: Mav 16. 

Billon, Marcel. (See Dufay, F., and Billon.) 

Bills, Alexander, Homestead, Oreg. Portable reciprocat- 
ing saw machine. No. 1,428,208 ; Sept. 5. 

Bills, Wilmont. (See Fowle, C. L., and Bills.) 

Bilterman, John A., Albia, Iowa. Nut lock. No. 
1,409,817 ; Mar. 14. 

Bilterman, John A., Albia, and W. J. Smith, Ottumwa, 
Iowa. Automobile bumper. No. 1,435,100 ; Nov. 7. 

Bilton Machine Tool Company, The. (See Hoagland, 
Frank O., assignor.) 

Bimm, Georges K., Aubervilliers, France. Electrically- 
operated vacuum cleaner. No. 1,415,773 ; May 9. 

Bimson. Alfred G., Berthoud, Colo. Beet harvester. No. 
1,410,880; Mar. 28. 

Binder, Homer P., West Allis, assignor to Allis-Chalmers 
Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Hydraulic 
machine. No. 1,404,712; Jan. 24. 

Binder, Louis, Newark, N. J. Box and making the same. 
No. 1,417,295 ; May 23. 

Binder, Louis, Newark, N. J. Box fastening. No. 
1,417,296 ; May 23. 

Bindon, George H., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Electric 
cooker. No. 1,428,825 ; Sept. 12. 

Bindschelder, Theodore S., assignor of one-half to A. B. 
Frederick, Detroit. Mich. Magnetic balance. No. 
1,428,833; Sept. 12. 

Bindschedler. Theodore S., assignor to Burroughs Adding 
Machine Company, Detroit. Mich. Device for operating 
adding machines and the like. No. 1,436,639 ; Nov. 28. 

Binfield, Joel, and W. S., Kenmare, N. Dak. Automatic 
speed governor. No. 1,433,596 ; Oct. 31. 

Binfield, Willard S. (See Binfield, Joel and W. S.) 

Bing. Julius, Eisenbach. Germany. Machine for reducing 
turning chips and the like." No. 1.415.861 ; May 16. 

Bing-Werke, vorm. Gebr. Bing A.-G. (See Griitzmann, 
Heinrich, assignor.) 

Bing-Werke, vormals Gebr. Bing Akriengesellschaft. (See 
Augustin, Wilhelm, assignor.) 

Bing, William S., San Diego, Calif. Printing device. No. 
1,437,711; Dec. 5. 

Bingaman, Raymond A., Batavia, Ohio. Advertising de- 
vice. No. 1,422,529 ; July 11. 

Bingay, Robert V., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Pittsburgh 
Transformer Company. Transformer - tank base. No. 
1,403,478 ; Jan. 17. 

Bingay, Robert V., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Pitts- 
burgh Transformer Company. Safety valve or blow-off. 
No. 1,415,216 ; May 9. 

Bingay, Robert V., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Pittsburgh 
Transformer Company. Welded structure and forming 
same. No. 1.420,016 ; June 20. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Bingay, Robert V., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Pittsburgh 
Transformer Company. Transformer. No. 1,421,899 ; 
July 4. 

Bingay, Robert V., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Pitts- 
burgh Transformer Company. Transformer construc- 
tion. No. 1.425,504 ; Aug. 15. 

Bingay, Robert V., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Pittsburgh 
Transformer Company.' Radiator. No. 1,437,039 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Bihger, Gustav II., Topeka, Kans. Vise spreader. No. 
1,405,263. Jan. 31. 

Bingham, Forrest E., New Bedford, Mass. Blowtorch. 
No. 1,425,362 ; Aug. 8. 

Bingham, Forrest E., and T. Tomlinson, New Bedford, 
Mass. Spooling-machine tension device. No. 1,408,560 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Bingham, George C, assignor of one-half to E. E. Bentall, 
Maldon, England. Liquid-fuel internal-combustion en- 
gine. No. 1,410,241 ; Mar. 21. 

Bingham, Jeremiah, assignor to The Bock Bearing Com- 
pany, Toledo, Ohio. Roller bearing. No. 1,416,680 ; 
May 23. 

Bingham, Theron R., Enid, Okla. Antiskid device. No. 
1,412,832; Apr. 18. 

Bingman, John, Mount Tabor, Wis. Attachment for hy- 
drocarbon containers. No. 1,424,068 ; July 25. 

Bink, Anthony, Stockton, Calif. Boat propeller. No. 
1,412,229 ; Apr. 11. 

Binkis, Paul P., Greenport, N. Y. Ring knife. No. 
1,432,316; Oct. 17. 

Binkley, Kenneth L., New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Barrett Company. Plastic composition. No. 1,418,905 ; 
June 6. 

Binkley, Martin L., Lima, Ohio. Building block. No. 
1.430,431 ; Sept. 26. 

Binka, Harry 1)., River Forest, 111. Two-fluid spray 
nozzle. No. 1,433,255 ; Oct. 24. 

Binmore, Charles J., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Cultivat- 
ing implement. No. 1,419.953; June 20. 

Binnie. John S., Kilmaeoltn, Scotland. Turbine. No. 
1,409,074 ; Mar. 7. 

Binns, William, Bradford, assignor of one-half to J. D. 
Mander, Bingley, York, England. Textile spinning, 
drawing, slubbing, roving, and the like machine. No. 
1,435,912; Nov. 21. 

Binz, Arthur. (See Kolle, W., and Binz.) 

Biondo, Carmelo, Boston, Mass. Waterproofing cloth. No. 
1,432,833 : Oct. 24. 

Bippart, Achill, East Orange, N. J. Jewelry coupling. 
No. 1,421, 38S; July 4. 

Bippart, Griscom & Osborn. (See Buckman, Edward II., 
assignor. ) 

Birch, Chester W., Chicago, 111. Swing hanger. No. 
1.419,806; June 13. 

Birch, Gustaf B. (See Cameron, J. A., and Birch.) 

Birchbauer, Ferdinand, assignor of one-half to J. H. 
Fallin, Baltimore, Md. Internal-combustion engine. 
No. 1,423,477 ; July 18. 

Bircher Co., The. (See Keiser, Arthur J., assignor.) 

Birchman, Andrew, G. O. Matter, and J. II. McCoy, as- 
signors to Universal Nut Lock Company, Portland, 
Oreg. 'Nut lock. No. 1,424,978 ; Aug. 8. 

Birchy, Roy O., et al. (See Busby, Robert S., assignor.) 

Bird. A. M. (See Conley, Joseph M., assignor.) 

Bird, Arthur. (See Fisher, Lawrence W., assignor.) 

Bird, Charles S., Walpole, Mass. Cover board for shingle 
bundles and the like. No. 1,429,836 ; Sept. 19. 

Bird, Edward S. (See Cockburn, F. B.. and Bird.) 

Bird, George W., Pittsburgh, Pa. Railway car. No. 
1.435,198 ; Nov. 14. 

Bird, John, Kansas City, Mo. Cooling, heating, and 
ventilating apparatus. No. 1.409,520 : Mar. 14. 

Bird, Lester F., Seattle, Wash. Inductance. No. 
1,439,995 ; Dec. 26. 

Bird, Lester F., Seattle, Wash. Flexible mounting 
means. No. 1,439,996 ; Dec. 26. 

Bird, Lester F., Seattle, Wash. Insulation mounting. 
No. 1,439,997 ; Dec. 26. 

Bird, Peter E., .Tenkintown, assignor to Automatic Ma- 
chinery & Equipment Companv, Philadelphia, Pa. Coin- 
ing and dies therefor. No. 1.434,190 ; Oct. 31. 

Bird, Walter, Morrilton, Ark. Dasher mechanism for 
churns. No. 1,420.955 ; June 27. 

Birdsboro Steel Foundry & Machine Company. (See Laus 
sucq, Henri P. L., assignor.) 

Birdsey, Charles R., Hinsdale, assignor to United States 
Gvpsum Company, Chicago, 111. Plaster board. No. 
1.406,967 ; Feb. 21. 

Birdsey, Charles R., Hinsdale, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to United States Gypsum Company, Chicago, 
111. Calcining gypsum rock and the like. No. 1,412,203 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Birdsey, Charles R., Hinsdale, assignor to United States 
Gypsum Companv, Chicago, 111. Plaster board. No. 
1,427,939; Sept. 5. 

Birdsey, Charles R., Hinsdale, assignor, by mesne assign 
ments, to United States Gypsum Company, Chicago, 
III. Load-supporting building tile. No. 1,428,623 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Birdsey, Charles R.. Hinsdale, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to United States Gypsum Company, Chicago, 
111. Plasterboard. No. 1,428,624; Sept. 12. 

Birdsong, Richard E., Mncon, Ga. Safety tractor coupling. 
No. 1.413,252; Apr. 18. 



Birdzell, John W., Arkansas City, Kans. Antiskid and 
pull-out device for automobiles. No. 1,439,684 ; Dec. 26. 

Birgbauer, Conrad, Detroit, Mich. Wheel dresser. No. 
1.427,573 ; Aug. 29. 

Birgh, John B.. Chicago, 111. Roller bearing. No. 
1,410,988 ; Mar. 28. 

Birgh, John B., Chicago, 111. Roller bearing. No. 
1,418,277 ; June 6. 

Birkeland, Ingolf, Fort Benton, Mont. Grain stacker. No. 
1,430,784 ; Oct. 3. 

Birkenmaier, Theodore, assignor to W. N. Matthews and 
Brother, Inc., St. Louis, Mo. Spray gun. No. 1,436,145 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Biiket, William E., Peoria, 111. Sound recording and 
reproducing machine. No. 1,422,022 ; July 4. 

Birkigt. Marc, Bois-Colombes. France Control device for 
spring-mounted members. No. 1,437,220 : Nov. 28. 

Birmingham Iron Foundry. (See Gordon, William A., 
assignor.) 

Birmingham, Michael R., Yonkers, N. Y. Pile-fabric loom. 
No. 1,407,121 ; Feb. 21. 

Birmingham Motors. (See Weaver, Cains E., assignor.) 

Birmingham Small Arms Company, The. (See Drummonil, 
Arthur, assignor.) 

Birnstock, William W., assignor to York Milk Machinery 
Company, York, Pa. Bottle-washing machine. No. 
1,435.046; Nov. 7. 

Biroscak, Stephen S. K., Bridgeport, Conn. Toy. No. 
1,422,334 ; July 11. 

Birosh, John W., Brownsville, Pa. Safety device for 
aeroplanes. No. 1,428,135 ; Sept. 5. 

Birtman Electric Company. (See Hardin, R. S., and 
Wiehle, assignors.) 

Bisaillon, Hector E. (See Mills. W. S., and Bisaillon.) 

Bisbing, Ingham W., Colwyn. Pa. Bedcover-holding de- 
vice. No. 1,438,475 ; Dec. 12. 

Bischof, Bernhard, Geneva, Switzerland. Device for pie- 
venting the penetration of air into centrifugal pumps. 
No. 1,421,389 ; July 4. 

Bischoff, Walter O., Chicago, 111. Automobile control 
pedal. No. 1,432,379 ; Oct. 17. 

Bisey, Sunker A., New York, N. Y. Spiritualistic com- 
munication apparatus. No. 1,420,956 ; • June 27. 

Bisey, Sunker Aq., New York, N. Y. Line-slug-casting ma- 
chine. No. 1.423,3S8; July 18. 

Bishop, Addison, St. Louis, Mo. Pop-corn-candy mixer. 
No. 1.404,338; Jan. 24. 

Bishop, Charles W., Los Angeles, Calif. Shock absorber. 
No. 1,425,831 : Aug. 15. 

Bishop, George E., Cleveland, Ohio. Automobile inclosure. 
No. 1,425,442; Aug. 8. 

Bishop, George E., Cleveland, Ohio. Automobile curtain. 
No. 1,425,443 ; Aug. 8. 

Bishop, George E., Cleveland, Ohio. Automobile inclosure. 
No. 1,425,444 ; Aug. 8. 

Bishop, George E., Cleveland, Ohio. Automobile inclosure. 
No. 1,425,445 ; Aug. 8. 

Bishop. James S., Cincinnati, Ohio. Camera. No. 
1.415.514; May 9. 

Bishop, John A., Clearwater, Fla. Oil-burning apparatus. 
No. 1,420.957; June 27. 

Bishop, Joseph W., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, Chicago, 111. Ma- 
chine for making batterv jars and other hard-rubber re- 
ceptacles. No. 1,407,979 : Feb. 28. 

Bishop, Joseph W., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender "Company, Chicago. Ill, Ma- 
chine for making battery jars. No. 1,407,980: Feb. 28. 

Bishop, Newton J., Washington, D. C. Gate. No. 
1,423,929 ; Oct. 31. 

Bishop, Newton J., Washington, D. C. Window-sash holder. 
No. 1,433,930 ; Oct. 31. 

Bishop. Newton J., Washington, D. C. Window lock. No. 
1,433,931 ; Oct. 31. 

Bishop. Teter A., Fall River, Mass. Tension device. No. 
1,433,495; Oct. 24. 

Bishop, Ralph E., Indianapolis, Ind. Time meter. No. 
1,414,855 ; May 2. • 

Bishop, Thomas H., assignor to The Line-A-Time Mfg. 
Co., Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Book-holding copyholder. 
No. 1,428,937; Sept. 12. 

Bishop, Thomas H., assignor to The Line-A-Time Co., Tnc, 
Rochester, N. Y. Copyholder. No. 1,428,938 : Sept. 12. 

Bishop, William E., Kansas City, Kans. Stamping ma- 
chine. No. 1.416,442 ; May 16. 

Bishop and Babcock Company, The. (See Weatherhead, 
E. H., and Patton, assignors.) 

Bissell. Carl II., assignor to Grouse-Hinds Company, Syr- 
acuse, N. Y. Housing and switch-operating means tor 
lamp sockets. No. 1.408,855 : Mar. 7. 

Bissell, Carl II., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Extension for conduit outlet boxes. No. 
1,424,443 ; Aug. 1. 

Bissell Carl II., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Portable electric lamp. No. 1,426,707 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Bissell, Carl II., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Electric switch. No. 1,430,718 ; Oct. 3. 

Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company. (See Owen, Ira J., 
assignor. ) 

Bissell. Don W. (See Cntrona, D. J., McCann, and Bissell.) 

Bissell, William IL, et al. (See Fredrick. Hugo E.. as- 
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Bissell, William H., et al. (See Fredrick, Hugo E. J., 
assignor. ) 

Bisset, David L., assignor to P. Lyall & Sons Construc- 
tion Company, Limited, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 
Chuck. No. 1,426,541 ; Aug. 22. 

Bither, Frederick H., assignor to American Box Board 
Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Connecting and cor- 
rugating paper. No. 1,410,879 ; Mar. 28. 

Bitonti, Salvatore fu A., Clarksburg, W. Va. Fish trap. 
No. 1,412,649; Apr. 11. 

Bitschkus, Maximo, Santiago, Chile. Tire cover. No. 
1,437,791 ; Dec. 5. 

Bittaker, Harvey J., assignor to The Firestone Tire and 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Expansible core for vul- 
canizing tires. No. 1,407,718 ; Feb. 28. 

Bittel, Edward, Forest Park, 111. Faucet. No. 1,428.826 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Bittel, Martin G. (See Furness, R., and Bittel.) 

Bitterman, Simon. (See Nowlan, John B., assignor.) 

Bitting, John E., Los Angeles, Calif. Post preserver. 
No. 1,419,108 ; June 6. 

Bittner, Attalus C, Clinton, Iowa. Conical or cylinder 
grinding mill. No. 1,430,432 ; Sept. 26. 

Bi-View, Limited. (See Sutphen, Robert M., assignor.) 

Bixler, L. B. Henry, and W. L., Fresno, Calif. Garment 
conveyer. No. 1,420.907 ; June 27. 

Bixler, William D., Oklahoma, Okla. Poultry-carrying 
body. No. 1,432,439; Oct. 17. 

Bixler, William L. (See Bixler, L. B. Henry, and W. L.) 

Bjerre, Gravers J., Copenhagen, Denmark. Electric re- 
sistance for regulating the candlepower of electric in- 
candescent lamps. No. 1,428,834 ; Sept. 12. 

Bjbrkgren, Johan F., Holmgatan, Falun, Sweden, assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to Regulax Engine Corporation. 
Regulating mechanism for controlling the supply of 
fuel to internal-combustion engines. No. 1,410,360 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Bjorkman, Axel W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Soldering device. 
No. 1,422,917 ; July 18. 

Bjorlin. Harold E., Duluth, Minn. Bread-slicing machine. 
No. 1,420,235 ; June 20. 

Bjornstad, Jurgen, Reading, England. Reciprocating 
pump. No. 1.413.568; Apr. 25. 

Blabon, George W., Company, The. (See Tamberlin, John, 
assignor.) 

Blache. Hans II., Hellerup, near Copenhagen, Denmark. 
Cooling of pistons and piston rods. No. 1,412,833 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Blache, Hans H., Copenhagen, Denmark. Piston rod 
for double-acting internal-combustion engines. No. 
1,439,398; Dec. 19. 

Blacher, Samuel, assignor to Joseph E. Miller, Incorpo- 
rated, Providence, R. I. Collar button. No. 1,414,617 ; 
May 2. 

Black, Alvin L., Alto, Tex Amusement device. No. 
1,427,775 ; Sept. 5. 

Black, C. H.. et al. (See Gunn, Charles H., assignor.) 

Black, Donald W., Somerville, Mass. Centrifugal paint 
mixing or smoothing machine. No. 1.436.692 ; Nov. 28. 

Black, George A., et al. (See Newkirk, William P., as- 
signor.) 

Black. Harvcv B., Bogota, N. J. Explosive engine. No. 
1,424,798 ; Aug. 8. 

Black, John C., Beverly Hills, Calif. Production of low- 
boiling-point hydrocarbon. No. 1,426,813 ; Aug. 22. 

Black, John C„ Destrehan, La. Process and apparatus 
for treating hydrocarbons to produce those of lower 
boiling points. No. 1,431,772 ; Oct. 10. 

Black, John M.. Sr., Harrisburg, Pa. Blacksmith's tongs. 
No. 1,420.516; June 20. 

Black, John Q., and J. W. and J. II. Blazer, Nashville, 
Tenn. Renovating. No. 1.412,503 : Apr. 11. 

Black, Lee J.. Beaumont, Tex. Hydraulic swivel. No. 
1,408.975 ; Mar. 7. 

Black, Lester S., White Pigeon, Mich. Barrier gate. No. 
1,416,162; May 16. 

Black, Reginald A. W., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 
Separation of magnesia from lime and preparation of 
water therefor. No. 1,436,230 ; Nov. 21. 

Black. Walter G. (See York, Victor, assignor.) (Re- 
issue.) 

Black. Walter G., Whittier, Calif. Shock absorber. No. 
1,436.079 ; Nov. 21. 

Black, William A., Asheville, N. C. Thermometer holder 
caee. No. 1,405,709; Feb. 7. 

Blackall, Clarence H.. "Cambridge, Mass. Building con- 
struction. No. 1,430,931 ; Oct. 3. 

Blackburn Aeroplane & Motor Company Limited, The. (See 
Thornton, Arthur C, assignor. ) 

Blackburn, Arthur H., Downers Grove, 111., assignor to 
The Under-Feed Stoker Company of America, Chicago, 
111. Furnace. No. 1.404.568 ; Jan. 24. 

Blackburn, Arthur H., Downers Grove, 111., assignor to 
The Under-Feed Stoker Company of America, Chicago. 
111. Underfeed furnace. No. 1,404.569 : Jan. 24. 

Blackburn. Edward E., assignor to Hoosier Stove Com- 
pany, Marion, Ind. Stove door. No. 1.428.579 : 
Sept. 12. 

Blackburn, Frank C, Malta Bend. Mo. Teakettle and other 
boiling receptacle. No. 1,435.579 : Nov. 14. 

Blackburn. Guv W., assignor to Elgin Silver Plate Com- 
pany, Elgin. 111. Coffin handle. No. 1.402.041 : .Inn. 3. 

Blackburn. Henry F.. and XV. J. Cumraings, Breckenridge, 
Tex. Oil-discharge jet. No. 1,412.207; Apr. 11. 



Blackburn, Jasper, Webster Groves, Mo. Earth anchor. 
No. 1,407,920 ; Feb. 28. 

Blackburn, Jasper, Webster Groves, assignor to The Black- 
burn Patent Steering Wheel Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
Controlling device for automobiles. No. 1,418,278; 
June 6. 

Blackburn, Jasper, Webster Groves, assignor to The Blaele- 
burn Tatent Steering Wheel Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
Steering and controlling mechanism for automobiles. 
No. 1,435,692 ; Nov. 14. 

Blackburn Patent Steering Wheel Company, The. (See 
Blackburn. Jasper, assignor.) 

Blackburn, Thomas B., et al. (See Sykes, George, as- 
signor.) 

Blackburn, William N., Drexel Hill, Pa. Flue-wall facing. 
No. 1,436,750 ; Nov. 28. 

Blackburn, Wilmuth E., Summit, N. J. Game apparatus. 
No. 1,432,830: Oct. 24. 

Blackford, Atwell J., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Ameri- 
can Stove Company, St. Louis, Mo. Oil heating stove. 
No. 1.404,006; Jan. 17. 

Blackford, Atwell J., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Ameri- 
can Stove Company, St. Louis, Mo. Wickless oil burner. 
No. 1,423,302 ; July 18. 

Blackhurst, John C. (See Andorton, R.. and Blackhurst.) 

Blackmar, Fred W., assignor of one-half to L. M. Black- 
mar, Providence, R. I. Wrench. No. 1,424,009 ; July 25. 

Blackmar, Lewis M. (See Blackmar. Fred W.. assignor.) 

Blackmore, Charles C, Davton, Ohio. Shock absorber. 
No. 1.435,799 ; Nov. 14. 

Blackmore, Charles C, Dayton, Ohio. Curtain-support- 
ing device for automobile doors and the like. No. 
1,437,389 ; Dec. 5. 

Blackmore, Charles C, Dayton, Ohio. Lock for automo- 
biles and the like. No. 1,437,390 ; Dec. 5. 

Blackmore, Lloyd, assignor to General Motors Corporation. 
Detroit, Mich. Hydrocarbon motor. No. 1,410,361; 
Mar. 21. 

Blackstone, Frank L., Lindsay, Calif. Fountain pen. 
No. 1,413.893 ; Apr. 25. 

Blackstone Manufacturing Company. (See More, Glenn, 
assignor.) 

Blackstone, Selwyn R., Pittsfield, N. II. Nonsiphon trap. 
No. 1.411,402 ; Apr. 4. 

Blaekwell, Demarkus S., San Springs', Okla. Automobile 
sand and mud dog for attaching to vehicle wheels. No. 
1.422.078 ; July 11. 

Blaekwell, Otto B., Garden City, N. Y., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Frequency con- 
trol system. No. 1,403,835 ; Jan. 17. 

Blades, Alvin C, assignor of one-third to C. E. Collins 
and one-third to C. C. Ward, Crisfield, Md. Signal 
lamp. No. 1,418,615 ; June 6. 

Rlaha. Ludwig. (See Neu, H., and Blaha.1 

Blaicher. Ernest C, Irvington, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
state Smelting and Refining Co.. Inc., Newark, N. J. 
Finger ring. No. 1.422,819 ; July 18. 

Blaikie, John R. (See Phillips. R. W. I... and Blailnc.) 

Blain, Estella H., administratrix. (See Blain, Joseph E.) 

Blain, Flovd M., Central Point, Oreg. Drawbar hitch for 
tractors! No. 1,414,770 ; May 2. 

Blain, Floyd M.. Central Point, Oreg. Tractor hitch. No. 
1,435,373 ; Nov. 14. . „„._.. 

Blain Joseph E., deceased. Toledo. Ohio ; E. II. Blain, 
administratrix, assignor, by mesne assignments, to EH. 
Blain. Thompson, Pa. Container. No. 1,431 ,361 ; 
Oet 10. 

Blaine, Joseph R.. assignor to Miehle Printing Press & 
Manufacturing Co., Chicago. 111. Cylinder-trip mecha- 
nism. No. 1,408,067 ; Feb. 28. . 

Blair Benjamin L., Indianapolis, Ind. Ball projector. 
No. 1.419,445; June 13. ^ 

Rlair Ernest F.. Warren, Ohio. Condiment holder. No. 
1,417,444; May 23. 

Blair, F. R.. & Co. (See Ungar, Gustavo A fssignor.) 

Blair, Henrv. San Ardo, assignor ot one-half to H. M. 
Madson. San Lucas, Calif. Railway spike. No. 
\ 4*>fi 453 * Aug. 2° 

Blair? James B., deceased, Decatur, 111. ; O. M. Blair, ad- 
ministratrix. Automobile direction indicator. No. 
1,424,070 ; July 25. 

Blair Lewis V., assignor to The Mantle Lamp Co. of 
America. Chicago. 111. Heat-insulated receptacle. No. 
1,435,199: Nov. 14. ,„„,.-, 

Blair, Ora M., administratrix. (See Blair, James B.) 

Blair, Robert S., et al. (See Churchward, James, as- 
signor.) 

Blair, Robert S., Sound Beach, Conn. Storage-battery 
construction. No. 1,416,327; May 16. 

Blair. Robert S., South Orange, N. J. Cigar. . No. 
1,437.956 ; Dec. 5. 

Blair, Robert S., South Orange. N. J. Holding device for 
doors and the like. No. 1,439,353: Dec. 19. 

Blair, Rolandis A., Fort Wayne. Ind., assignor to The 
P & M Company. Chicago, 111. Rail anchor. No. 
1,434.524 ; Nov. 7. 

Blair, Rolandis A., Fort Wayne. Ind.. assignor to The 
P & M Company, Chicago, HI. Rail anchor. No. 
1.434.525; Nov. 7. 

Blair, Thomas, assignor of one-half to H. N. Street, 
Lonoke, Ark. Wrench. No. 1.436,472: Nov. 21. 

Blair, William L., Denver, Colo. Reading desk. No. 
1,439,998 ; Dec. 26. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. * 



Blair, William P., et al. (See Cox, Thomas E., assignor.) 

Blake, C. C, Incorporated. (See Blake, Charles C, as- 
signor.) 

Blake, C. C, Incorporated. (See Fernald, Mark E., as- 
signor.) 

Blake, C. C, Incorporated. (See Foster, Edward E., 
assignor.) 

Blake, C. Chandler. (See Jansson, Bennett G., assignor.) 

Blake, Charles C, Brookline, Mass. Welting. No. 
1,408,797 ; Mar. 7. 

Blake, Charles C, Brookline, Mass. Machine for making 
insulated nails. No. 1,411,951 ; Apr. 4. 

Blake, Charles C, Brookline, Mass. Sole-pressing ma- 
chine. No. 1,427,940; Sept. 5. 

Blake, Charles C, Brookline, Mass. Insole-rounding ma- 
chine. No. 1,430,210; Sept. 26. 

Blake, Charles C, Brookline, assignor to C. C. Blake, 
Incorporated, Boston, Mass. Welt guide. No. 
1,403,227 ; Jan. 10. 

Blake, Charles C, Brookline, and M. E. Fernald, Saugus, 
Mass. Machine for updrawing uppers. No. 1,409,521 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Blake, Eli J. (Sf e Bouche\ W. F., and Blake.) 

Blake, Eli J., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Hall Switch & 
Signal Co. Train-control system. No. 1,404,428 ; 
Jan. 24. 

Blake, Eli J., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Gould Coupler 
Company. Governor. No. 1,421,660 ; July 4. 

Blake, Eli J., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Hall Switch & 
Signal Co. Train-control system. No. 1,421,762; 
July 4. 

Blake, Frank W., Brooklyn, assignor to Underwood Com- 
puting Machine Company, New York, N. Y. Computing 

" machine. No. 1,438,014; Dec. 5. 

Blake, Fred A., Springfield, Mass. Centrifugal extractor. 
No. 1,402,206 ; Jan. 3. 

Blake, Frederick A., Gardner, Mass. Extractor attach- 
ment. No. 1,402,207 ; Jan. 3. 

Blake, Frederick H., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Exercis- 
ing device. No. 1,432,013 ; Oct. 17. 

Blake, John H., Jr. (See Hewitt, E. R., and Blake.) 

Blake, John H., Knoxville, Tenn. Car wheel. No. 
1,413,385 ; Apr. 18. 

Blake, Jud M., Chicago Heights, assignor to American 
Manganese Steel Company, Chicago, 111. Low-percent- 
age manganese steel. No. 1,439,939 ; Dec. 26. 
'Blake, William T., Reno, Ohio. Drive mechanism for 
mowing machines. No. 1,410,362 ; Mar. 21. 

Blakeley, Florence R. (See Conger, Charles W., assignor.) 
(Reissue.) 

Blakely, William W., Detroit, Mich. Leaf -spring com- 
pressor. No. 1,425,832 ; Aug. 15. 

Blakely, William W., Detroit, Mich. Wheel block. No. 
1,429,921 ; Sept. 26. 

Blakeman, William N., Jr., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Paint 
vehicle. No 1,423,389; July 18. 

Blakeman, William N., Jr., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Paint 
composition. No. 1,423,390; July 18. 

Blakeman, William N., Jr., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Pig- 
ment composition for paints. No. 1,423,391 ; July 18. 

Blakeman, William N., Jr., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Oil. No. 
1,423,392; July 18. 

Blakeman, William N., jr., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Paint 
composition. No. 1,430,881 ; Oct. 3. 

Blakeman, William N., jr., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Mineral 
oil. No. 1,430,882 ; Oct. 3. 

Blakemore, Arthur H., St. Louis, Mo. Folding crate. No. 
1,423,596; July 25. 

Blakemore, Henry G. G. (See Webb, J. R., and Blake- 
more.) 

Blakeney, William A., Denver, Colo. Transparent wind- 
shield wing for automobiles. No. 1,408.436 ; Mar. 7. 

Blakeslee, Everett L., Seattle, Wash., assignor to Ameri- 
can Bottle Cap Company. Bottle cap. No. 1,430,719 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Blakeslee, G. S., & Co. (See Anstiss, George P., assignor.) 

Blakeslee, George S., Chicago, 111. Washing machine. 
No. 1404 570 z Jan. 24. 

Blakeslee, George S., Chicago, 111. Dish-washing ma- 
chine. No. 1,404,706; Jan. 24. 

Blakeslee, George S., Chicago, 111. Washing machine. No. 
1.406,968 ; Feb. 21. 

Blakeslee, George S., Chicago, 111. Machine for washing 
boxes, cans, and other articles. No. 1,423,300 ; July 18. 

Blakeslee, George S., Chicago, 111. Washing machine. 
No. 1,426,142 ; Aug. 15. 

Blakeslee, George S., Chicago, 111. Washing machine. 
No. 1.431.870; Oct. 10. 

Blakesley, George R., Edgerton, Wis. Electric iron. No. 
1,438,742 ; Dec. 12. 

Blalock, James D., et al. (See Colgan, John P., as- 
signor.) 

Blalock, Jesse N., et al., trustees. (See Stevens, H. R., 
Rockwell, and Howe, assignors.! 

Blanc-Garln, Henri C, Levallois-Perret, France. Change- 
speed gear. No. 1,405,391 ; Feb. 7. 

Blanc, Gian A., and F. Jourdan, Rome, Italy. Treatment 
of leucitic rocks for the purpose of rendering potassium 
compounds available. No. 1,418,356 ; June 6. 

Blanehard, Adna F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Fairfield' Manufacturing Company, Cranston, R. I. 
Combination pocketknife and nail clip. No. 1,242,551 ; 
Aug. 1. ._'. 



No. 1,411,834 ; 

Automatic stop 
No. 1,410,158; 



Ball projector. 
Ball projector. 



No. 

No. 
Dust 



Blanehard, Frederick C, assignor to Detroit Lubricator 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Valve. No. 1,427,256; 
Aug. 29. 

Blanehard, George H., Northport, N. Y. Toilet accessory. 
No. 1,431,210; Oct. 10. 

Blanehard, George N., San Francisco, Calif. Producing 
chlorine gas. No. 1,430,785 ; Oct. 3. 

Blanehard, George N., assignor to Colmar Burner Co., Inc., 
San Francisco, Calif. Automatic fuel control. (Re- 
issue.) No. 15,354; May 16. 

Blanehard, George N., assignor to E. B. Kimball, trustee, 
San Francisco, Calif. Hydrocarbon generator. No. 
1,416,328; May 16. 

Blanehard, George N., Oakland, Calif., assignor to E. B. 
Kimball, trustee, San Francisco, Calif. Automatically- 
controlled pressure feed for liquid hydrocarbon burners. 
No. 1,439,288; Dec. 19. 

Blanehard, George O., Napoleonville, La. Head cover 
for internal - combustion engines. No. 1,429,014 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Blanehard, Harry E., Hartford, Conn., assignor to La- 
pointe Machine Tool Company, Hudson, Mass. Broach- 
ing machine. (Reissue.) No. 15,464; Oct. 10. 

Blanehard, Leroy E., St. Lawrence, S. D. Lever clutch 
release. No. 1,404,174 ; Jan. 17. 

Blanehard, Thomas R., and E. B. Kenefic, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Retort furnace. No. 1,420,958 ; June 27. 

Blanchet, Paul G., South Orange, N. J. Cardcase. No. 
1,440,331 ; Dec. 26. 

Bland, John, San Francisco, Calif. Screen. 
Apr. 4. 

Bland, Joseph F., Winston-Salem, N. C. 
for disk records for talking machines. 
Mar. 21. 

Bland, Joseph F., Winston-Salem, N. C. Radiator cap. 
No. 1,435,800; Nov. 14. 

Blando, Frank, New York, N. Y. 
1,419,538; June 13. 

Blando, Frank, New York, N. Y. 
1 7 419,539; June 13. 

Blanev, William T., Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. 
collector. No. 1.427,674 ; Aug. 29. 

Blangey, Louis. (See Luttringbaus, A., and Blangey.) 

Blangey. Louis. (See Romer, A., and Blangey.) 

Blank, George A.. New York, N. Y. Scrubbing device. 
No. 1,408,253 ; Feb. 28. 

Blank, John A. (See Fitzgerald, M. J., and Blank.) 

Blankenhorn, George S., assignor to Coen Company, San 
Francisco, Calif. Automatic control for mechanical oll- 
burning systems. No. 1,430:279 ; Sept. 26. 

Blankenhorn, George W>, assignor to California Packing 
Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Rolling cutter. No. 
1,407,316 ; Feb. 21. 

Blankenhorn, George W., assignor to California Packing 
Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Paper-disk separat- 
ing and feeding device. No. 1,407,318 ; Feb. 21. 

Blankenhorn, George W., and T. Sastberg, assignors to 
California Packing Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. 
Paper-lining machine. No. 1,407,317 ; Feb. 21. 

Blanton, Eura A., Miami, Fla. Train marker. No. 
1.434,191; Oct. 31. 

Blanton, Fred D., assignor of one-sixth to R. E. Magalis, 
one-sixth to P. O. Eckles, and one-third to F. P. 
Leverett, Dallas, Tex. Cross member and spring pro- 
tector. No, 1,410,242 ; Mar. 21. 

Blanton, John B., Chattanooga, Tenn., assignor of one-half 
to H. A. Wingers, St. Louis, Mo. Shutter for motion- 
picture-projecting machines. No. 1,422,410 ; July 11. 

Blanton, Robert W., Ironton, Ohio. Metallic keg. No. 
1,429,220; Sept. 19. 

Blasdell, Elmer C, Glenrock, Wyo. Cracking apparatus. 
No. 1,437,712; Dec. 5. 

Blaser, Fritz, Aarau, Switzerland. Alternating-current 
rectifier. No. 1,437.336 ; Nov. 28. 

Blashill, Arthur E., Westmount, Quebec, Canada, assignor 
to The Blashill Wire Machinery Company, Limited, 
Montreal, Canada. Wire-fabric machine. No. 1,437,488 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Blashill, Arthur E., Westmount, Quebec, Canada. Wire- 
fabric machine. No. 1,437,489 ; Dec. 5. 

Blashill Wire Machinery Company, The. (See Blashill, 
Arthur E., assignor.) 

Blaski, Benjamin P., assignor to Blaski Manufacturing 
Co., Chicago, 111. Skylight. No. 1,418.061 ; May 30. 

Blaski Manufacturing Co. (See Blaski, Benjamin P., as- 
signor.) 

Blass, Ferdinand M. E., Mulheira-on-the-Rhine, Germany. 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to The Chemical Foun- 
dation, Inc. Gas producer. No. 1,414,109 ; Apr. 25. 

Blatchford Calf Meal Company. (See Barwell, J. W„ 
Ward, Nelson, Hingher, Booth, and Blows, assignors.) 

Blatchford Calf Meal Company. (See Barwell, John W.. 
assignor.) 

Blatchford, Charles A., London, England. Artificial limb. 
No. 1,402,709; Jan. 3. 

Blatchley, William H„ Pittsburgh, Pa. Refractories pro- 
jector. No. 1,435,200 ; Nov. 14. 

Blatchley, William H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Refractories pro- 
jector. No. 1,435.201 ; Nov. 14. 

Bliithy, Otto T., Budapest, Hungary. Adjusting integrat- 
ing electricity meters. No. 1.424,752; Aug. 8. 

Blathy, Otto T., Budapest, Hungary. Adjusting electric 
meters. No. 1,427,776 ; Sept. 5. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1922. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Blattner, Elmer E., St. Louis, Mo. Feeding device for 
punch presses. No. 1,434,192 ; Oct. 31. 

Blaue, George H. (See Kimmet, H., and Blaue.) 

Blauert, Berthold P., Chicago, 111. Valve. No. 1,410,881 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Blauert, Berthold W., Marysville, Calif. Tablette for 
chairs. No. 1,414,452 ; May 2. 

Blauhorn, Emanuel, assignor to Firm of Alex. Friedmann, 
Vienna. Austria. Injector. No. 1,406,145 ; Feb. 7. 

Blauvelt, William G., New York, N. Y., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Testing sys- 
tem. No. 1,406,918 ; Feb. 14. 

Blauvelt, William G., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Num- 
bering system for automatic telephone exchanges. No. 
1,439,723 ; Dec. 26. 

(See Brynoldt, Christian, as- 



(See Garlinghouse, Leslie H., as- 

(See Robinson, George L., as- 

(See Shipman, William P., as- 

(See Venable, William M., as- 



Blaw-Knox Company 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company, 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. 
signor.) 

Blazer, James H. (See Black,. J. Q., and Blazer.) 

Blazer, James W. (See Black, J. Q., and Blazer.) 

Bleadon, J. J. (See Meyenberg, William H., assignor.) 

Blee, Charles O., Fort Wayne, Ind. Spark plug. No. 
1,410,646 : Mar. 28. 

Blee, John W. H., and A. P. Powell, Harrison, Idaho. Ca- 
ble coupling. No. 1,407,370 ; Feb. 21. 

Bleecker, George W., et al., trustees. (See Martin, 
Laurence C, assignor.) 

Bleecker, Warren F., assignor to The Tungsten Products 
Company, Boulder, Colo. Reducing tnngstic oxide to 
tungsten metal. No. 1,427,187 ; Aug. 29. 

Bleecker, Warren F., assignor to The Tungsten Products 
Company, Boulder, Colo. Extraction of vanadium, 
uranium, and radium from certain ores. No. 1,438,357 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Blegan, Marcus. (See Steen, J. P., and Oram, assignors.) 

Blenio, Guido, New York, N. Y. Proofed fabric and mak- 
ing same. No. 1,436,231 ; Nov. 21. 

Blenio, Guido, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Blenio 
Paint & Products Corporation. New York, N. Y. Aero- 
plane element and making same and product of said 
process. No. 1,427,941 ; Sept. 5. 

Blenio Paint & Products Corporation. (See Blenio, Guido, 
assignor.) 

Bleoo, John B., Chicago, 111. Hitch and drawbar attach- 
ment. No. 1,412.834; Apr. 18. 

Blessing, Charles B., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to Blessing 
Electric and Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 
Fruit-juice extractor. No. 1,412.996 ; Apr. 18. 

Blessing Electric and Manufacturing Company. (See 
Blessing, Charles B., assignor.) 

Blessing, John G., assignor to Automatic Electric Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Call indicator for automatic tele- 
phone systems. No. 1,414,686 ; May 2. 

Blettner, George H., Chicago, 111. Making piston rings and 
of making a template therefor. No. 1,403,479 ; Jan. 17. 

Blevney, John C, Lawrence Park, Bronxville, N. Y. 
Ratchet tool. No. 1,436,640 ; Nov. 28. 

Blevney, John C, Lawrence Park, Bronxville, N. Y. 
Ratchet tool. No. 1.436.641 ; Nov. 28. 

Bley, John M., sr., Philadelphia, Pa. Attachment for 
fishing line. No. 1,438,476 ; Dec. 12. 

Bleyle, August W., Berkeley, and J. J. Davis, Oakland, 
assignors to H. W. Dawson, San Francisco, Calif. Ele- 
vator safety device. No. 1,411,770 ; Apr. 4. 

Blieberger, Charles, New York, N. Y. Sound amplifying 
and reproducing apparatus. No. 1,436,080 ; Nov. 21. 

Blieberger, Charles, assignor to A. A. Thomas, New York, 
N. Y. Apparatus for recording, reproducing, and 
amplifying sound. No. 1,425,505; Aug. 15. 

Bliesath, Ernest C. F. W., Kerry, Oreg. Bottle closure. 
No. 1,431,358; Oct. 10. 

Bliler. Edward A., McGill, Nev. Fluid clutch. No. 
1,404,571; Jan. 24. 

Blinkilde, Jens, Detroit, Mich. Valve grinder. No. 
1,408 254 ; Feb. 28. 

Bllnn, Clarence E. and G. W., Christie. Vancouver, Wash. 
Automobile signal. No. 1,428,136 ; Sept. 5. 

Bllnn, Edmond B. (See-Barkschat, Henry, assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Beyer, Otto S., assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Klocke, W., and Dobson, 
assignors.) v 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Klocke, William, assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Kruse, Peter, assignor.) 

Bliss, Elmer F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Signaling in fluid systems. No. 
1,413,313; Apr. 18. 

Bliss, Elmer J., Boston, Mass. Device for measuring feet. 
No. L426.143 ; Aug. 15. 

Bliss, Herbert R., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Shipping case. 
No. 1,414,067 ; Apr. 25. 

Bliss, Herbert R., Niagara Falls. N. Y. Sealing fiber ship- 
ping cases. No. 1.430,148 ; Sept. 26. 

Bliss, Herbert R.. Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
No. 1.430,149 : Sept. 26. 

Bliss, Herbert R.. Niaeara Falls. N. Y 
machine. No. 1,430,150 ; Sept 29. 



Shipping case. 
Wire-stitching 



Bliss, Herbert R., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Constructing fiber 
shipping cases. No. 1,430,151 ; Sept. 26. 

Bliss, Ida J., et al. (See Camelo, Nicholas, assignor.) 

Bliss, Ira B., Stamford, Conn. Chassis and spring pro- 
tector. No. 1,405,663; Feb. 7. 

Bliss, John, assignor to C. C. Wakefield & Company, Lim- 
ited, London, England. Lubricating system. No. 
1,411,202; Mar. 28. 

Bliss, Raymond D., et al. (See Finney, James J., as- 
signor.) 

Bliss, Sherwood C, Bayonne, N. J. Attachment for lathes. 
No. 1,401,954; Jan. 3. 

Bliss, William L., assignor to U. S. Light & Heat Corpo- 
ration, Niagara Falls, N. Y. System of electrical distri- 
bution. No. 1,434,362 ; Nov. 7. 

Bliss, William L., assignor to TJ. S. Light & Heat Corpo- 
ration, Niagara Falls, N. Y. System of electrical dis- 
tribution. No. 1,434,363; Nov. 7. 

Bliven, Chester A., and C. F. Moyer, Pueblo, Colo. Dirigi- 
ble headlight for automobiles. No. 1,408,068; Feb. 28. 

Bliznik, John W., Detroit, Mich. Foot-operated switch- 
throwing mechanism. No. 1,426,542 ; Aug. 22. 

Bloch Company, The. (See Bloch, Samuel M., assignor.) 

Bloch, Jacob, Cincinnati, Ohio. Mechanic's apron. No 
1,413,569 ; Apr. 25. 

Bloch, Jesse A., Wheeling, W. Va. Display box. No 
1,416,598 ; May 16. 

Bloch, Leon, Brooklyn, N. Y. Valve. No. 1,411,904 
Apr. 4. 

Bloch, Leon, New York, N. Y. Bath fitting. No. 1,416,599 
May 16. 

Bloch, Marie, New York, N. Y. Food product. (Reissue.) 
No. 15,474 ; Oct. 24. 

Bloch, Samuel M., assignor to The Bloch Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Conductor's vest. No. 1,407,459 ; Feb. 21 

Block, Alexander, New York, N. Y. Typewriting machine 
No. 1,403,836; Jan. 17. 

Block, Alexander, New York, N. Y. Lock. No. 1,406,437 
Feb. 14. 

Block, Alexander, New York, N. Y. Typewriting machine 
No. 1,417,489 ; May 30. 

Block, Alexander, New York, N. Y. Lock. No. 1,422,820 
July 18. 

Block, Henry, Galveston, Tex. Writing pen. No. 1,406,438 
Feb. 14. 

Block, Louis, Mamaroneck, N. Y. Compressing gases 
No. 1,425,938; Aug. 15. 

Blocker, Andrew G., St. Louis, Mo. Attachment for motor 
driven devices. No. 1,417.228 ; May 23. 

Blocker, Andrew G., St. Louis, Mo. Disk-record container 
for phonographs. No. 1,419,487 ; June 13. 

Blodgett, George R., Brooklyn, R. T. Hurley, New York, 
and M. E. Cheney, Brooklyn, N. Y. Spark plug. 
(Reissue.) No. 15,303 ; Mar. 14. 

Blodgett, George R., Brooklyn, R. T. Hurley, New York, 
and M. E. Cheney, Brooklyn, N. Y. Spark plug. 
(Reissue.) No. 15,304; Mar. 14. 

Blodgett, Samuel, San Joaquin, Calif. Four-wheel-drive 
tractor. No. 1,416,329; May 16. 

Bloedow, Henry, and J. Schaffner, assignors to Standard 
Sheet Metal Works, Milwaukee, Wis. Sheet-metal 
building. " No. 1,429,400 ; Sept. 19. 

Blomeley, Adam Y, and R. E. H., New York, N. Y. 
Purification and filtration of liquids. No. 1,404,185 ; 
Jan. 24. 

Blomeley, Ralph E. H. (See Blomeley, Adam Y. and 
R. E. H.) 

Blomfield, Alfred L. (See Ramsey, E. R., and Blomfield.) 

Blomstrand, Axel E. (See Strom, E. N., and Blomstrand.) 

Blood, Bryant H., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Gauge block. No. 
1,407,833; Feb. 28. 

Blood, Burr B., assignor to Jewel Phonoparts Company, 
Chicago, 111. Modifier for phonograph sound boxes. No. 
1,408,437 ; Mar. 7. 

Blood, Burr B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Jewel 
Phonoparts Company, Chicago, 111. Caster.' No. 
1,409,150; Mar. 14. 

Blood, Burr B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Jewel 
Phonoparts Company, Chicago, 111. rhonograph repro- 
ducer. No. 1,419,913 ; June 20. 

Blood, Burr B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Jewel 
Phonoparts Company, Chicago, 111. Stop device for pho- 
nographs. No. 1,419,914 ; June 20. 

Blood, Burr B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Jewel 
Phonoparts Company, Chicago, 111. Reproducer for 
phonographs. No. 1,437,391 ;. Dec. 5. 

Blood, Charles, W. H. Winthrop, and C. G. Osteman, as- 
signors to S. A. Woods Machine Company, Boston, Mass. 
Side head construction for matchers and the like. No. 
1,414,618; May 2. 

Blood, Harold L., Plainfield, N. J. Jar opener. No. 
1,411,835 ; Apr. 4. 

Blood, Harold L., Plainfield, N. J., assignor to Niles- 
Bement-Bond Company, New York, N. Y. Planer and 
system of motor control therefor. ' No. 1,432,831 ; 
Oct. 24. 

Blood, Louis H. (See Oesterleln, C. D., and Blood.) 

Blood, Louis H., assignor to The Oesterlein Machine Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. Mechanical movement. No. 
1,403.480 ; Jan. 17. 

Blood, Thomas G., Birmingham, England. Meat safe and 
the like. No. 1,440,271 ; Dec. 26. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bloom, Adolph, Lansing, .Mich. Wire stretcher. No. 
1,-112,447 ; Apr. 11. 

Bloom, Frederick C, Norwood, Ohio. Display stand. No. 
1,410,935 ; May 23. 

Bloom, Israel, Denver, Colo. Adjustable curtain rod. 
No. 1,424,444 ; Aug. 1. 

Bloomdale, Setli N., Worcester, Mass. Spring hub. No. 
1,430,002 ; Sept. 26. 

Bloomquist, Helmer A., Manistee, Mich. Carrier for bot- 
tles. No. 1,407,630 ; Feb. 21. 

Bloss, Richard R., assignor to The Parkersburg Rig & 
Reel Company, Barkersburg, W. Va. Deck for oil tanks. 
No. 1,404,924 ; Jan. 31. 

Bloss, Richard R., assignor to The Barkersburg Rig & Reei 
Company, Barkersburg, W. Va. Bitman. No. 1,434,803 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Blossom, Alden, Newton Square, Ba. Shock absorber. 
No. 1,416,782 ; May 23. 

Blount, Harry. (See Malcolmson, W. J., and Blount.) 

Blount, Harry, Oak Bark, 111., assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Mecha- 
nism for lapping diamond dies. No. 1,428,209 ; Sept. 5. 

Blount, Harry, Oak Bark, 111., assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wire- 
drawing die. No. 1,438,940 ; Dec. 19. 

Blount, John E., Louisville, Ky. Electric humidor. No. 
1,424,979 ; Aug. 8. 

Blowers, Alonzo S., Bortland, Ind. Safety overall pocket. 
No. 1,415,299 ; May 9. 

Blowers, Alonzo S., Bortland, Ind. Slidable work sup- 
port. No. 1,427,777 ; Sept. 5. 

Blows, Wilbur L. (See Barwell, J. W., Ward, Nelson, 
Hingher, Booth, and Blows.) 

Blowski, John S., Oakland, Calif. Concentration of nitro- 
gen oxides. No. 1,434,674 ; Nov. 7. 

Blublaze Motor Specialties Corp. (See Holm, John A., 
assignor.) 

Bludworth, William D., Sacramento, Calif. Motometer 
lock. No. 1,404,263 ; Jan. 24. 

Blue, John, Laurinburg, N. C. Blanter. No. 1,412,913; 
Apr. 18. 

Bluemel, Ignatz F., Chicago, 111. Safety razor. No. 
1,412,835 ; Apr. 18. 

Bluff, John T., Butte, Mont. Attachment for automobile 
radiators. No. 1,410,363; Mar. 21. 

Bluhm, Charles A., Michigan City, Ind. Train-pipe cou- 
pling'. No. 1,427,716 ; Aug. 29. 

Blum, Edward C, assignor to Abraham & Straus Inc., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Barber chair. No. 1,434,804 ; Nov. 7. 

Blum, Elisa von S. S., Dallas, Tex. Hosiery spat. No. 
1,435,047 ; Nov. 7. 

Blum, Frank J. (See Trimborn, F. W., and Blum.) 

Blum, Harry, Johnstown, Ba. Safety razor. No. 
1,439,059 ; Dec. 19. 

Blum, Hosmer, San Francisco., assignor of one-half to B. 
C. Joy, Los Angeles, Calif. Meter. No. 1,423,597 ; 
July 25. 

Blum, John, West Hoboken, N. J. Thread splitting and 
cutting machine for embroidered fabrics. No. 1,408,856 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Blum, Beter, Halle-on-the-Saale, Germany. Machine for 
portioning off doughy or granular material. No. 
1,431,718 : Oct. 10. 

Blum, William A., assignor to Cyrus B. Newcomb, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. Mechanical feeding apparatus. No. 
1,403,667; Jan. 17. 

Blumberg, Baul. (See Meili, O., and Blumberg.) 

Blume, Charles A., Galesburg, 111. Bower device for water 
wheels. No. 1,430,618 ; Oct. 3. 

Bliimel, Eduard. (See von Czerweny, V., and Bliimel.) 

Blumenthal, Charles. (See Crosby, Gorham, assignor.) 

Blumenthal, Harry and H., Hartford, Conn. Coating 
articles. No. 1,403,068 ; Jan. 10. 

Blumenthal, Herman. (See Blumenthal, Harry and II.) 

Blumenthal, Maurice, Brooklyn, N. Y. Method of and 
apparatus for making foundations. No. 1,404,925 ; 
Jan. 31. 

Blumfeldt, Alexander, Neue Welt - Munchenstein, near 
Basel, assignor to Society of Chemical Industry in Basle, 
Basel, Switzerland. Resin and making same. No. 
1.435,801 ; Nov. 14. 

Bliimner, Erwin, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany. Focket 
implement. No. 1,438,515 ; Dec. 12. 

Blunck, Robert A., Grand Mound, Iowa. Table-spread 
holder. No. 1,403,733; Jan. 17. 

Blunt, James G., Schenectady, N. Y. Handrail column. 
No. 1,428,746; Sept. 12.' 

Blunt, James G., Sehenectadv, and Harrv Swoyer, Dun- 
kirk, N. Y. Water-gauge column. No. 1,415,862; 
May 16. 

Blunt, Solomon M., Plateau, Ala. Shoe-blacking machine. 
No. 1,430,786 : Oct. 8. 

Bly, Henry, Ruthton, Minn. Clothes-drving apparatus. 
No. 1,411,265 ; Apr. 4. 

Blvburg, Ogden F., St. Joseph, Mich. Shock absorber. 
No. 1,423,904 ; July 25. 

Blydenburgh, Daniel, South Attleboro, Mass. Threading 
board for lace-machine carriages. No. 1,410,051 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Blynn. Edgar A., Gloucester, Mass. Grass catcher for 
lawn mowers. No. 1,439,724 ; Dec. 26. 

Blvnt, Herbert S.. Yale, Okla. Pneumatic vehicle tire. 
No. 1,416,252; May 16. 



Blyut, Herbert S.. Yale, Okla. Pneumatic vehicle tire. 
No. 1,438,015 ; Dec. 5. 

Blylue. James. (See Nettle, W. E., Selby, Blvthe, and 
Holman.) 

Blything, John F. (See Glaser, Oscar L., assignor.) 

Boa, Robert G. C, Chicago, 111., assignor to Remington 
Accounting Machine Corporation, New York, N. Y. Cal- 
culating machine. No. 1,418,062; May 30. 

Boadwee, Russell K., Brooklyn, assignor to Julius Kayser 
& Co., New York, N. Y. Warp-knitting machine. No. 
1,439,999 ; Dec. 26. 

Boak, Thomas I. S. (See Bellamore, D. H., and Boak.) 

Boal, Hugh M., Titusville, Pa. Canning tongs. No. 
1,435,202 ; Nov. 14. 

Board, William S., Blymouth, W. Va. Guard for grates. 
No. 1,430,488 ; Sept. 26. 

Boardman, Albert, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, assignor 
to Western Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Machine for vacuum-tube, manufacture. No. 
1,438,941 ; Dec. 19. 

Boardman, Charles S., Buffalo, assignor to Lackawanna 
Steel Company, Lackawanna, N. Y. Composite sheet 
piling. No. 1,408,069; Feb. 28. 

Boardman, Charles S., Buffalo, assignor to Lackawanna 
Steel Company, Lackawanna, N. Y. Interlocking sheet 
piling. No. 1,411,905 ; Apr. 4. 

Boardman, Charles S., and C. C. Conkling, deceased, Buf- 
falo ; L. C. Conkling, executrix, assignors to Lacka- 
wanna Steel Company, Lackawanna, N. Y. Sheet-pil- 
ing wall construction. No. 1,422,821 ; July 18. 

Boast, William F. (See Eshelman, O. D., and Boast.) 

Boatman, Andrew N., et al. (See Brace, James P., as- 
signor. ) 

Bob White Chemical Corporation. (See Morgan,- Neil E., 
assignor.) 

Bobbit, Evert E., Chicago, 111. Printing-press jogger. 
No. 1,440,206; Dec. 26. 

Bobbitt, James F., Greenwood, Miss. Child's vehicle. No. 
1,410,547; Mar. 28. 

Bobek, John, Trevorton, Pa. Pneumatic vehicle tire. No. 
1,416,253 ; May 16. 

Bobek, William, Astoria, N. Y. Invisible hinge. No. 
1,410,052; Mar. 21. 

Bober, Charles. (See Walicki, L., and Bober.) 

Boberg, Knute E. (See Stromberg, E. A., and Boberg.) 

Bobker, Henry. (See Ralph, Thomas L., assignor.) 

Bobo, Georgie D. (See Bryan, William II.. Jr., assignor.) 

Bobo, Georgie D. (See Rawling, Aldean W., assignor.) 

Bobrick, Arthur L. (See Bobrick, Gabriel A. and A. L.) 
(Reissue.) 

Bobrick, Gabriel A., Los Angeles, Calif., and A. L. 
Bobrick, New York, N. Y. Liquid dispenser. (Re- 
issue.) No. 15,450; Sept. 12. 

Bobrovsky, Serge, London, assignor of one-half to Crossley 
Motors Limited, Manchester, Lancaster, England. Vari- 
able-speed device. No. 1,413,095 ; Apr. 18. 

Bobst, Alfred E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Suction cleaner. No. 1,438,890 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Boby, William V. (See Vogt, IT. C, Boby, and Lancaster.) 

Bocchio, Charles S., Oakland, Calif. Rotary-drill ex- 
tension. No. 1,414.110 ; Apr. 25. - 

Boche, Otto W., Bridgeport, Conn. Roller .skate and 
wheel therefor. No, 1,428,210 ; Sept. 5. 

Bochet, Adrien C. A. M., Paris, France. Device for aim- 
ing at aerial objects. No. 1,432,659 ; Oct. 17. 

Bochonok. Stefan, Pittsburgh, Pa. Nail-holding device. 
No. 1,426,249 ; Aug. 15. 

Bock Bearing Company, The. (See Bingham, Jeremiah, 
assignor.) 

Bock Bearing Company, The. (See Close, Lyman W., 
assignor.) 

Bock Bearing Company, The. (See Flaherty, John F., 
assignor.) 

Bock, Bertha M. (See Bock, William E., assignor.) 

Bock, Charles. (See Fredrich, J. IT., and Bock.) 

Bock, Charles, assignor to A. Hoffman, Chicago, 111. 
Spring hinge. No. 1,425,939 ; Aug. 15. 

Bock, William E., assignor to B. M. Bock. Eagle Point 
Colonv, Ohio. Power-transmission mechanism. No. 
1,410,163 ; May 16. 

Bockisch, Heinrich, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Welte-Mignon Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Automatic musical instrument. No. 
1,431,359 ; Oct. 10. 

Bockisch, Heinrich, Poughkeepsie, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Welte-Mignon Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Automatic musical instrument. No. 1,431,360; 
Oct. 10. 

Bockisch, Heinrich, Poughkeepsie, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Welte-Mignon Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Automatic musical instrument. No. 1,431,361 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Bockius, Walter A., Wilmettc, assignor to The Beckley- 
Ralston Company, Chicago, 111. Bumper. No. 1,417,712 ; 
May 30. 

Bockmuhl, Max. and K. Wlndisch. assignors to Farb- 
werke vorm. Meister Lucius & Briining, Hochst-on-the- 
Main, Germany. Methyl-sulphites of secondary aromatic 
aliphatic amines and making same. No. 1.426,348; 
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Boekmiihl, Max, Hochst-on-the-Main, and A. Scbwarz, 
Frnnkfort-on-the-Main, assignors to Farbwerke vorai. 
Moistcr Lucius & Bruning, Hochst-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Aliphatic dialkvlamino alkyl compounds and making 
same. No. 1,429.922 ; Sept. 26. 

Bockover, Walter L., assignor of one-third to J. W. Mc- 
Nainara and one-third to H. J. O'Neill, Tipton, Ind. 
l'ipe wrench. No. 1,407,691 ; Feb. 28. 

Boekshe, Ely, assignor to Modern Grinder Manufacturing 
Co.. Milwaukee, Wis. Grinder-wheel mounting. No. 
1.4U4.339 ; Jan. 24. 

Boddie, Clarence A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Demand 
meter. No. 1,408.255 ; Feb. 28. 

Boddie, Clarence A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Regulator 
system and apparatus. No. 1,435,203 ; Nov. 14. 

Boddie, Clarence A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company." Voltage-reg- 
ulator system. No. 1,437,087 ; Nov. 28. 

Boddy, Bessie M., Marceline, Mo. Combined lid and wash- 
drain for washboilers. No. 1,437,713 ; Dec. 5. 

Bode, Charles O., New York, N. Y. Antiskid device for 
vehicle tires. No. 1,429,837 ; Sept. 19. 

Boden, George, Waterbury, assignor to Oakville Company, 
Oakvllle, Conn. Machine for making safety pins. No. 
1,405,392; Feb. 7. 

Boden, Patrick B. (See McFarland, L. F.. and Boden.) 

Bodge, William. (See Tulloch, D. M„ and Bodge.) 

Bodie, Albert B., assignor of twenty-one per cent to 
11. S. Shealey, twenty-four per cent to A. J. Mobley, 
sixteen and two-third per cent to G. T. Pugh, ten 
per cent to W. N. Dyess, six and one-sixth per cent 
to E. R. Breck, six and one-sixth per cent to A. L. 
Rogers. Columbia, S. C. Nut lock. No. 1,404,186 ; 
Jan. 24. 

Bodiker, Dallas A., Davton, Ohio. Moving-picture ma- 
chine. No. 1,434,805 ; Nov. 7. 

Bodine, Henry M., Wichita, Kans. Railway tie. No. 
1,402,280 ; Jan. 3. 

Bodine, Murray R., and S. B. Duulap, Muncy, Pa. Tov 
No. 1.402,563 ; Jan. 3. 

Bodkin, John A., New York, N. Y. Rail anchor. No. 
1.43,1,093; Oct. 3. 

Bodkin, John A.. New York, assignor of one-half to W. B. 
Lee, Baldwin. N. Y. Kail anchor. No. 1.431.094 : Oct. 3. 

Bodlund, Robert G.. Chicago, 111. Roller bearing. No. 
1,416,164 ; May 16. 

Bodman, John W., Western Springs, 111., assignor to Wil 
liam Garrigue & Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Rotary extracting apparatus. No. 1,424,335 ; Aug, 1 

Bodman, John W., Western Springs, 111., assignor to 
William Garrigue & Company, Inc., New Y T ork, N. Y. 
Production of light-colored fatty acids. No. 1,439,685 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Bodmer, Ernst. (See Alioth, M., and Bodmer.) 

Bodnar, Frank 1!.. Bridgeport, Conn. Automobile signal. 
No. 1.412.914 ; Apr. IS. 

Bodri, Christian. (See Baker, William G., assignor.) 

Bodwell, Paul G., Griffin, Ga. Rail-drilling device. No. 
1,416,600 ; May 16. 

Boe, Bdd, et al. (See Halseth, Edwin A., assignor.) 

Boe, Edd, assignor of one-fourth to I. D. Kretser, Clear- 
brook, Minn., one-fourth to D. W. McNabb, Winnipeg, 
Canada, and one-fourth to E. A. Halseth, Clearbrook, 
Minn. Thrashing machine. No. 1,422,023 ; July 4. 

Boe, Hans M., Minneapolis, Minn. Grease or oil dispens- 
ing apparatus. (Reissue.) No. 15,427; Aug. 1. 

Boe, Harry F., assignor to The Vaile-Kiines Company, 
Dayton, Ohio. Float switch. No. 1,419.352; June 13. 

Boe, Helmer ,T., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Mechanism 
for covering cores. No. 1,405,710 ; Feb. 7. 

Boe, Ole K. (See Rolme, Even J., assignor.) 

Boeekh Company, Limited, The. (See Kirkpatrick, Harry 
J., assignor.) 

Boeder, Albert, Ma] mo, Sweden. Device for recovering 
rubber solvents. No. 1,426,949 ; Aug. 22. 

Boeder, Albert, Malmo, Sweden, assignor to Benzine Con- 
densation Co. Inc. Machine for the production of rub- 
ber-coated textiles and the like. No. 1.406,919 : Feb. 14. 

Boeder, Albert, Malmo, Sweden, assignor to Benzine Con- 
densation Co., Inc. Machine for applying solutions of 
rubber or the like to fabrics; No. 1,422,822 ; July 18. 

Boedtcher, Franz A., Bergenfield. N. J. Combined ele- 
vator-door-locking and circuit-controlling device. No. 
1,413.570: Apr. 25. 

Boeder, Charles J. (See Wieners, P. H., and Boeger.) 

Boehck. William E„ Jersey City, N. J. Portable elevator. 
No. 1,409.006; Mar. 21. 

Boehck. William E., assignor to Revolvator Company, 
Jersey City, N. J. Hoisting apparatus. No. 1,417,022; 
May 23. 
Boehl, Mary J.. Cheney, Wash. Cooking utensil. No. 

1,408,256 ; Feb. 28. 
Boehm, Adolpb J., deceased, New York. N. Y. ; F. A. 
Boehm, administratrix. Fire door. No. 1,419,807 ; 
June 13. 
Boehm, Florence A., administratrix. (See Boehm, Adolph 
J.) 

Boditn. Rudolph A., assignor to Rickert-Shafer Company, 
Erie, Pa. Collapsible tap. No. 1,415,013; May 9. 



Boehme, John H., Onawa, Iowa. Marker for planters. 
No. 1,404,480 ; Feb. 7. 

Bui'iiiiK-r, Erase J., St. Louis, Mo. Safety guard for ma- 
chines. No. 1,412,814 ; Apr. 11. 

Boebringer, John A., New York, N. Y. Finger-tip pro- 
tector. No. 1,408,070 ; Feb. 28. 

Boeing Airplane Company. (See Marsh, Louis S., as- 
signor.) 

Boeing, William E. (See Kirsten, Kurt F. J., assignor.) 

Boekernaim, Frederick A. (See Schorpp, Louis, assignor.) 

Boelman, George, Gridley, Calif. Fruit catcher. No. 
1,415,863 ; May 16. 

Boemiig, Ernest E., Yonkers, N. Y. Brake. No. 1,402,042 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Boerder, Anton, Toledo, Ohio, assignor, by mesue as- 
signments, to U. S. High Speed Steel & Tool Corporation, 
New York, - N. Y. Hign-speed tool material. No. 
1,415, OSS ; May 9. 

Boomer, Arno, Scheveuingeu, Netherlands. Aircraft fu- 
selage. No. 1,402,736 ; Jan. 10. 

Boerner, Arno, Scbeveningen, Netherlands. System or 
method of feeding combustion engines for airships. No. 
1,423,987; July 25. 

Boerum, William H., assignor of one-half to J. E. Ware. 
Yukon, Fla. Spark arrester. No. 1,436,509 ; Nov. 21. 

Boesch Lamp Company. (See Savery, Edwin, assignor.) 

Boesel, Aloysius G. (See Bosworth, C. M., and Boesel.) 

Boesser, Frederick, Perth, Western Australia, Australia. 
Washer for driuking glasses and vessels. No. 1,433,337 ; 
Oct. 24. 

Bocttcher, Arthur II., assignor to Gulbranseu-Dickinson 
Company, Chicago, 111. Musical iustrument. No. 
1,402,474 ; Jan. 3. 

Boettcher, Otto J., assignor of two-fifths to F. W. Maas 
and one-hf,h to G. C Hume, Chilton, Wis. Hoisting 
tackle. No. 1,422,174; July 11. 

Boever, Alexis. (See Dutoit, Paul, assignor.) 

Bogaty, Hermann. (See Ayres, E. B., and Bogaty.) 

Bogaty, Hermann, assignor to Proctor & Schwartz, In- 
corporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Looping device for driers. 
No. 1,421,153 ; June 27. 

Bogaty, Hermann, Philadelphia, and J. L. Buckley, Pitts- 
burgh, assignors to Proctor & Schwartz, Incorporated, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Decalcomania and drving machine 
for pottery. No. 1,414,850; May 2. 

Bogda, Frank 11., lloiicou, Wis. Stock-watering device. 
No. 1,416,936; May 23. 

Bogdanoff, Paul G., Battle Creek, Mich. Split lubricating 
bearing for shafts, etc. No. 1,421,661 ; July 4. 

Bogdanski, Alexander, Cohoes, N. Y. Churn. No. 1.430.042 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Bogdanski, Alexander, Cohoes, N. Y. Trollev switch. 
No. 1,438,690 ; Dec. 12. 

Boge, Adolf, Solingen, Germany. Lock. No. 1,423,553 ; 
July 25. 

Bogert, Eugene, Ridgewood, N. J. Joint for crossing bars. 
No. 1,419,446; June 13. 

Boggess, Edward M., Elwood, Ind. Casting gun and reel. 
No. 1,434,768 ; Nov. 7. 

Boggio, Alfredo S., Buenos Aires, Argentina. Calculator. 
No. 1,435,512 ; Nov. 14. 

Boggs, Albert A., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Motor-car 
steering wheel. No. 1,410,159 ; Mar. 21. 

Boggs, Cecil K. (See Boggs, John A. and C. K.) 

Boggs, John A., Berlin, and C. K. Boggs, Baltimore, Md. 
Electrical control for winding spring motors. No. 
1,438,891 ; Dec. 12. 

Bogopolsky, Jacques, assignor to Societe Anonyme pour 
l'Exploitation d'lnventions " I. S. A.," Geneva, Switzer- 
land. Automatic shutter-starting device for photo- 
graphic cameras. No. 1,408,976 ; Mar. 7. 

Bogstrand, Ole K., Brooklyn, N. Y. Tool. No. 1,430,932; 
Oct. 3. 

Bohac, Leonard S., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Apparatus for 
opening telephone circuits at a distance. No. 1,436,570 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Bohan, Frank T., New Brunswick, N. J. Tire cover. 
No. 1,428,580 ; Sept. 12. 

Bohan, Patrick .1., assignor of one-half to J. E. Frazer, 
San Diego. Calif. Gas burner. No. 1,415.141 ; May 9. 

Bohdauovicz, Casimir. (See Gierymski, L. C, and Boh- 
danovicz.) 

Bohle, Karl, assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktiengesollschaft, 
Essen-onrtbe-Ruhr, Germany. Swaging press. No. 
1,429,838; Sept. 19. 

Bohli, Jacques. (See Steiner, G., and Bohli.) 

Bohli, Jacques, Obach-Solothurn, assignor to the Firm 
Scintilla, Solothurii. Switzerland. Magneto-ignition ap- 
paratus for internal-combustion engines. No. 1,417,134 ; 
May 23. 

Bohli, Jakob. Obach, assignor to Firm Scintilla, Solo- 
thurn, Switzerland. Electrical starting and igniting 
apparatus. No. 1.427.054; Aug. 22. 

Bohlin, Nels, and S. Forner, Chicago, 111. Renewable fuse 
plug. No. 1.429,672 ; Sept. 19. 

Bohlman, Ernest A., assignor to Kellogg Switchboard and 
Supply Company. Chicago, 111. Desk stand. No. 
1.431,925 ; Oct. 17. 

Bohlmann. Theodore II. E., Maplewood, Mo. Piston ring. 
No. 1.420,406; June 20. 

Bohm. Emil, Berlin-Karlshorst, Germany. Key ring. No. 
1,412,011 ; Apr. 4. 

BBhm. Fritz, Rothenbacb, Germany. Alarm device foi 
locomotives. No. 1,408,257 ; Feb. 28. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bohman, Axel J., Minneapolis, Minn. Internal-eoinbustion 

engine. No. 1,420,236 ; June 20. . 

Bonnier, Max, Chemnitz, Germany, assignor to O. A. 

Belger, Newtonville, Mass. Wool-combing machine. No. 

1,429,911 ; Sept. 19. ^ - 

Bohnier, Max, Chemnitz, Germany, assignor to O. A. 

Belger, Boston, Mass. Half lap for combing machines. 

No. 1,431,904; Oct. 10. 
Bohmker, John C, Bradley, assignor to Sears, Roebuck 

and Co., Chicago, 111. Plowshare. No. 1,416,937 ; 

May 23. . , 

Bohmker, John C, Bradley, assignor to Sears, Roebuck and 

Company, Chicago, 111. Disk bearing. No. 1,422,918 ; 

Bohmker, John C, Bradley, assignor to Sears, Roebuck 
and Co., Chicago, 111. Detachable plowshare. No. 
,1,439,222; Dec. 19. . . 

Bonn, Gustav, and H. A. Breinmg, Philadelphia, Pa. ; 
said Breining assignor to said Bohn. Machine for 
synchronously reproducing sounds and projecting pic- 
tures. No. 1,432,273; Oct. 17. 

Bohnak, Andrew, McClellandtown, Pa. Rifle-feeding at- 
tachment. No. 1,436,232; Nov. 21. 

Bohuenblust, Romanus, Leonardville, Kans. Water motor. 
No. 1.402,710 ; Jan. 3. 

Bohri, Frederick C, Los Angeles, Calif. Washboard 
clamp. No. 1,427,434; Aug. 29. 

Boileau, Henri, Bois-Colombes, assignor of one-half to G. 
Debladis, Paris, France. Pneumatic gun. No. 1,405,664 ; 
Feb 7. 

Boileau, Walter K., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Pittsburgh 
Oil Refining Corporation. Treating brake and trans- 
mission bands. No. 1,418,695 ; June 6. 

Boileau, Walter K., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Pitts- 
burgh Oil Refining Corporation. Transmission and 
motor oil. No. 1,423,512; July 25. 

Boillot, Charles E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Self-winding clock 
mechanism. No. 1,416,254 ; May 16. 

Boiu, Romain, Argenteuil, France. Dynamo-electric direct- 
current generator. No. 1,433,597 ; Oct. 31. 

Boinski, Edmund K. (See Piechocki, J. C, and Boinski.) 

Boisset, Charles L., New Orleans, La. Variable-stroke 
hydraulic pump. No. 1,418,616 ; June 6. 

Boivin, Louis, Woodland, Me. Automatic stock regulator 
for paper machines. No. 1,408,977 ; Mar. 7. 

Boker Vitus A., Minneapolis. Minn. Automatic filing 
machine. No. 1,412,915 ; Apr. 18. 

Bokor, Geza, Melrose Park. 111. Nutcracker. No. 
1,436,571; Nov. 21. n „„„ 

Bolam, Robert F., Trafford, Pa. Cue. No. l,40i,512; 
Feb. 21. 

Bolau James, Boston, Mass. Piston for internal-combus- 
tion engines. No. 1,402,393; Jan. 3. 

Boland, Edward J., Freeport, 111. Safety guard. No. 
1,409,075 ; Mar. 7. 

Bolander, Louis P., San Francisco, Calif. Flagpole. No. 
1,438,166; Dec. 12. 

Boldizzoni, Teobaldo, New York, N. Y. Amusement appa- 
ratus. No. 1,409,279 ; Mar. 14. 

Boldt, Herbert A.. Buffalo, N. Y. Street-cleaning appara- 
tus. No. 1,427,188; Aug. 29. 

Bolen, Emerson A., assignor to The Northwestern Corpo- 
iration, Morris, 111. Stamp-vending machine. No. 
1,419,353 ; June 13. m 

Bolenbaugh, Burton R., C, and R. S., and L. W. Long, 
Jackson, Mich., assignors of one-third to said Burton R., 
C, and R. S. Bolenbaugh, one-sixth to said Long, one- 
sixth to A. Paulson, New York, N. Y., one-sixth to H. E. 
Keeler, Ann Arbor, Mich., and one-sixth to L. H. Flynn, 
Albany, N. Y. Wheel construction. No. 1,406,920 ; 
Feb. 14. 

Bolenbaugh, Burton R., C. Bolenbaugh, R. S. Bolenbaugh, 
and L. W. Long, Jackson, Mich., assignors of one-sixth 
to A. Paulson, New York, N. Y., one-sixth to L. W. 
Long, Jackson, Mich., one-sixth to H. E. Keeler, Ann 
Arbor, Mich., one-sixth to L. H. Flynn, Albany, N. Y., 
one-third to B. R. Bolenbaugh, C. Bolenbaugh, and R. S. 
Bolenbaugh. Wheel construction. No. 1,408,258 ; 
Feb. 28. 

Bolenbaugh, Burton R., and R. S. and L. W. Long, Jack- 
son, Mich., assignors of one-third to said Burton R., 
C., and R. S. Bolenbaugh one-sixth to said Long, one- 
sixth to A. Paulson, New York, N. Y., one-sixtb to H. H. 
Keeler, Ann Arbor, Mich, and one-sixth to L. H. Flynn, 
Albany, N. Y. Wheel construction. No. 1,428,468 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Bolenbaugh, Cyrus. (See Bolenbaugh, Burton R., C, R. S.. 
and Long.) 

Bolenbaugh, Ray S. (See Bolenbaugh, Burton R., C, 
and R. S., and Long.) 

Bolens, Coife 1-1., et al., administrators. (See Bowser, 
Augustus.) 

Bolens, H. W., et al. (See Strife, George T., assignor.) 

Bolens, Harry W., Port Washington, Wis. One-piece me- 
tallic galley. No. 1,420,363 : June 20. 

Boley, Ernst, Cleveland, Ohio. Roofing nail. No. 
1,435,134 ; Nov. 7. 

Bolf, John, Miles, Tex. Animal catcher. No. 1,436,473 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Bolger, John E. (Soo Condy, Alice, assignor.) 

Bolger, Robert S., Richmond Mill, N. Y. Method of and 
machine for manufacturing paper barrels. No. 
1,428.469; Sept. 5. 



Bolger, Robert S., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Paper barrel and 
manufacturing the same. No. 1.436,043 ; Nov. 28. 

Bolger, Robert S., Richmond Hill, assignor to Interna- 
tional Motor Company, New York, N. Y. Truck body. 
No. 1,439,790; Dec. 26. 

Bolger, Robert S., assignor to International Motor Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Winch. No. 1,425,233 ; Aug. 8. 

Bolinski, Herman J., Detroit, Mich. Drive wheel for 
tractors. No. 1,431,362; Oct. 10. 

Bolitho, John B., Eltham, England. Amplifying device for 
use in wireless telegraphy. No. 1,407,245 ; Feb. 21. 

Bolles, William B., Milwaukee, Wis. ' Detent device for 
locking bolts. No. 1,431,562; Oct. 10. 

Bollinck, Arthur, Brussels, Belgium. Pump of variable 
capacity. No. 1,428,876 ; Sept. 12. 

Boiling, John E., assignor to Drying Systems, Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Drying apparatus. No. 1,431,145 ; Oct. 10. 

Boiling, John E., assignor to Drying Systems Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Drying apparatus. No. 1,431,146; Oct. 10. 

Boiling, Robert P., Detroit, Mich. Bake oven. No. 
1,433,598; Oct. 31. 

Bollmann, Hermann, Hamburg, Germany. Extraction of 
fat and oil from raw materials. No. 1,411,154 ; Mar. 28. 

Bollmann, Hermann, Hamburg, Germany. Separating ex- 
tractive matters from solutions of mixtures of solvents 
and of recovering the latter. No. 1,417,477 ; May 23. 

Bollow, Lee W., Chicago. 111. Fixture for water-closet 
bowls. No. 1,426,950 ; Aug. 22. 

Bolls, William W., Washington, D. C. Bead threader. 
No. 1,417,713 ; May 30. 

Bologh, Philip, New York, N. Y. Window construction. 
No. 1,404,085 ; Jan. 17. 

Bologh, Philip, New York, N. Y. Skylight ventilator. 
No. 1,421,154 ; June 27. 

Bolser, George W, Cleveland, Ohio. Inner tube for tires. 
No. 1,429,015 ; Sept. 12. 

Bolte, E. F. (See Bolte, Theodore H., assignor.) 

Bolte, Joseph G., Davenport, Iowa. Derrick. No. 
1,412,159; Apr. 11. 

Bolte, Theodore H., Kearney, Nebr., assignor of one-half 
to E. F. Bolte, Chicago, 111. Wagon-reach coupling. 
No. 1,404,264 ; Jan. 24. 

Bolton, Edward R., and E. J. Lush, London, assignors to 
Technical Research Works Limited, London, England. 
Neutralization of oils and fats. No. 1,419,109 ; June 6. 

Bolton, Harry. (See Wallace, George, assignor.) 

Bolton, John R., Brooklyn, assignor to A. G. . Spalding & 
Bros., New York. N. Y. Golf-practice net. No. 1,430,280 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Bolton, Sidney B. (See Bridgford. A. G., and Bolton.) 

Boltshauser, Heinrich, Zurich, Switzerland. Device for 
recooling the cooling water of steam-condensing plants 
on vehicles. No. 1,402.043 ; Jan. 3. 

Boltshauser, Heinrich, Zurich, Switzerland. Tubular 
heater for the air for combustion of steam locomotives. 
No. 1,438,088 ; Dec. 5. 

Boltshauser, Heinrich, Zurich, Switzerland. Railway 
train. No. 1.439,223 ; Dec. 19. 

Bomborn, Bernhard. (See Hoffmann, A., and Bomborn.) 

Bommarius, Frederick H., and P. Carollo, New Orleans, 
La. Sectional vehicle tire. No. 1,433,338; Oct. Z4. 

Bonat, Harry. (See Bonat. Samuel and H.) 

Bonat, Samuel and H., New York, N. Y. Wig. No. 
1,433,869 ; Oct. 31. 

Bonawitz, Henry, Brooklyn, N. Y. Heel. No. 1,439,600 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Bonczyk, Vincent, Riverhead, N. Y. Automobile, lock. 
No. 1,412,605 ; Apr. 11. 

Bond, Charles F., Coulee City, Wash. Concrete mold. No. 
1,407,246 ; Feb. 21. 

Bond, Frank, Washington, D. C. Producing lustrous 
designs. No. 1,435,802; Nov. 14. 

Bond, Frank A., Pittsburgh, Pa. Cross-chain emergency 
repair link. No. 1,411.836 ; Apr. 4. 

Bond, John W., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 
Floating sinker. No. 1,408,927 ; Mar. 7. 

Bond, Loren C., Washington, D. C. Weather strip for 
doors and windows. No. 1,407,921 ; Feb. 28. 

Bond, Loren C, Washington, D. C. Stringed musical in- 
strument. No. 1,431,773 ; Oct. 10. 

Bondaruk, Philip, Milford, Mass. Mouse trap. No. 
1,409,358 ; Mar. 14. 

Bone, Benjamin F., et al. (See Dungan, John E., as- 
signor.) 

Bone, Lorain R. (See Kilgore, T. S.. and Bone.) 

Bone, Matthew. (See Parsons, C. A.. Carnegie, and Bone.) 

Bone, Matthew. (See Parsons, C. A., Carnegie, Bone, and 
Cook.) 

Bonekemper, George H., Paterson, N. J. Ice-pan signal. 
No. 1,409,818 ; Mar. 14. 

Bonelli. George A., Kingman, Ariz. Form for making pipe. 
No. 1,403,585 ; Jan. 17. 

Bonelli, George A., Kingman, Ariz. Wave and tidal mo- 
tor. No. 1,405,746 : Feb. 7. 

Bonelli, George A., Kingman, Ariz. Concrete mixer. No. 
1,437,337 ; Nov. 28. 

Boner, Hans. Madulein, Switzerland. Cleaving wedge. 
No. 1.407,719 ; Feb. 28. 

Boner, John J., Blue Island, 111. Lock. No. 1,438,089; 
Dec. 5. 

Bongiovanni, Antonio, assignor of one-half to R. T. Wha- 
len, Barnesboro, Pa. Globe support. No. 1,436,474 ; 
Nov. 21. 



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Bongom. Nils. Lake Mills. Iowa. Ticket-printing device. 

No. 1,401,955; Jan. 3. 
Bonhan, Cornelius L. (See Eggert, C. J., and J. Bonhan.) 
Boniface. Nicholas, Beverly, Mass. Pump. No. 1,437,338 ; 

Nov. 28. 
Boiiin, Karl L., Chicago, 111. Grater. No. 1,420,017; 

June 20. 
Bonine, Charles E., Melrose Park, Pa. Refrigeration. 

No. 1,440,000; Dec. 26. 
Bonili, Gerardo, Pavia. Italy. Artillery-fire-control ap- 
paratus. No. 1,409,891 ; Mar. 14. 
Bonk. Frank J. (See Stewart, A. W., and Bonk.) 
Bonnafe, Oliver W., Central Falls. E. I., assignor to 

Lapointe Machine & Tool Company, Hudson. Mass. 

Work-supporting device for broaching machines. No. 

1.-131,024; Oct. 10. 
Bonncau, Edme E. J., Paris, France. Gyroscopic top. 

No. 1,435,580; Nov. 14. 
Bonncau. Edme E. J.. Y. P. G. Le Prieur, and G. Derrien, 

Paris. France. Luminous gyroclinometer. No. 1,412,997 ; 

Apr. 18. 
Bonuefont, Antoine, Paris, France. Crystal detector for 

wireless telegraphy. No. 1.410.793; Mar. 28. 
Bonnell. E. M., et al. (See Pierce, F. A., and Davidson, 

assignors.) 
Bonnell, Irven, Madison, Wis. Shingle gauge. No. 

1,405,393 ; Feb. 7. 
Bonnell. William L., Chickasha, Okla. Wrench. No. 

1,401,956; Jan. 3. 
Bonnell. William W., Bellevue Borough, Pa. Memo- 
randum apparatus. No. 1,409,655 ; Mar. 14. 
Bonnelycke. Kmil. (SSee Karr, Henry C, assignor.) 
Bonner, William T., Trenton, N. J., assignor to M. Brown, 

Boston. Mass. Brake. No. 1,426,543; Aug. 22. 
Bonnet, Edmond. (See Radelet, F.. and Bonnet.) 
Bounevie. Morris. (See Gschwind, Leon, assignor.) 
Bonney-Floyd Company, The. (See Dorsey, Walter A., 

assignor.) 
Bonsall. Charles D., Parnassus, Pa., assignor to W. P. 

Murphy, New York. N. Y. Reenforced car end-wall 

Structure. No. 1,422,823; July 18. 
Bonsall, Charles D., New Kensington, Pa., assignor to 

W. P. Murphy, New York, N. Y. End reenforcement for 

railway box cars. No. 1,432,956; Oct. 24. 
Bonsiakos. Michael, San Francisco, Calif. Printing device. 

No. 1,426,708; Aug. 22. 
Bonsor, Waller, assignor of one-half to W. C. Steenburg, 

South Bend, Ind. Carbonizing method. No. 1,422,530 ; 

July 11. 
Boobar, Emma, Minneapolis, Minn. Corset with abdomi- 
nal support. No. 1,427.087; Aug. 29. 
Booge, James E., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

& Company, Wilmington, Del. Noncracking coating 

composition and artificial leather "made therewith. No. 

1,412,770; Apr. 11. 
Booge, James E.. assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

& Company, Wilmington. Del. Treating by-product 

zinc oxide. No. 1,426.349 ; Aug. 22. 
Bookhout, James R. (See Bookhout, John J. and J. R.) 
Bookhout, John J. (See Smith. P. W., and Bookhout.) 
Bookhout. John J., et al. (See Smith, Primus W., as- 
signor.) 

Bookhout, John J. and J. R., Dallas. Tex. Multiple- 
cutter drill bit. No. 1,428,137; Sept. 5. 
Boomer. George A., assignor to The Plume & Atwood 

Mfg. Co.. Waterbury, Conn. Shade holder for threaded 

electric-lamp sockets. No. 1,426.951 ; Aug. 22. 
Boomer, Ralph J. (See Lamoreaux, L., and Boomer.) 
Boon, Cordelia, et al. (See Trane, Raymond, assignor.) 
Boon. Wilfred T... Nor'h Attleboro, Mass. T-square. No. 

1.419,354; June 13. 
Boone, Daniel, et al. (See Taylor, Owen, assignor.) 
Boone, F.lsworth E.. assignor of one-half to D. D. Neal, 

Anderson. Ind. Vegetable and fruit counter. No. 

1,419,200; June 13. 
Boone. Enoch, assignor to Phoenix Horse Shoe Company, 

Poughkeepsie, N. y. Machine for making heels on horse- 
shoe blanks. No. 1.420,517 : June 20. 
Boone. Enoch, assignor to Phoenix Horse Shoe Companv, 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Making heeled horseshoes. No. 

1.420.518 ; June 20. 
Boone. Robert <t., Asbury Park. N. J. Combined heater 

and ventilator. No. 1.416.601; May 16. 
Boone, Robert G., Asbury Park. N. J., assignor to R. 

Stockton and G. Ci. J^ourne, New York. N. Y., and J. 

Kerney, Trenton. N. J. Heater. No. 1,416,255 ; May 16. 
Boone, Rowland H. (See Schroeder, A. II.. and Boone.) 
Boone. Uriel S.. St. Louis. Mo. Device for facilitating the 

cutting of adhesive plasters. No. 1,434,675; Nov. 7. 
Boonzaier, Wilhelm &., London, England. Valveless 

pump. No. 1,438.691 ; Dec. 12. 
Boop. Rufus P.. Millmont, Pa. Pipe wrench. No. 

1,410.794 : Mar. 28. 
Boop, Rufus F.. Millmont, Pa. Hand-planter attachment. 

No. 1.439.601 : Dec. 19. 
Boorne. William H.. London. England. Electrode for us* 

in depositini molten metal and making same No 

1.403.3SO: Jan. 10. 
Boorne. William H.. London, England. Electrode for 

electric-arc welding and metal-cutting purposes. No 

1.415.774: Mny 0. 
Boorum & Pease Company. (See McClearv. Henry R., 

assignor.) 



Boos, Casper M. B., Chicago, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to No-Frez Silo Co., Elgin, 111. Silo and con- 
structing the same. No. 1,438,090 ; Dec. 5. 

Boos, George, et al. (See Crouch, Thomas C, assignor.) 

Booth, ' harles W., Chicago, 111. Golf club. No. 
1,412,650 ; Apr. 11. 

Booth, Ebenezer H., Binghamton, N. Y. Pipe wrench. No. 
1,411,471 ; Apr. 4. 

Booth Electric Furnace Co., The. (See Booth, William 
K., assignor.) 

Booth, Frank, Safford, Ariz. Combination tire rack and 
changer. No. 1,418.279 ; June 6. 

Booth, George W., Islington, Ontario, Canada. Tunnel 
kiln. No. 1,403,734 ; Jan. 17. 

Booth, George W., Islington, Ontario, Canada. Tunnel 
kiln. No. 1,421,155 ; June 27. 

Booth, John T., Birmingham, England. Internal-combus- 
tion engine. No. 1,405,747 ; Feb. 7. 

Booth, Lemuel E., assignor of one-half to G. W. John, Des 
Moines, Iowa. Lining for brakes and clutches. No. 
1,406,720 ; Feb. 14. 

Booth, Lionel B., Cambridge, England. Objective for 
photographic and like purposes. No. 1,421,156 ; June 27. 

Booth, Lionel E. (See Wilkinson, J. R., Barnard, and 
Booth.) 

Booth, Percy, Warrington, England. Apparatus for mak- 
ing wire sieves or floors. No. 1,407,184 ; Eeb. 21. 

Booth, Robert B. (See Armstrong. John J., assignor.) 

Booth, Ronald C. (See Chadderton, I., and Booth.) 

Booth, Walter E. (See Barwell, J. W., Ward, Nelson, 
Hingher, Booth, and Blows.) 

Booth, Walter F., Little Rock, Ark. Apparatus for re- 
moving obstructive deposits in oil wells. No. 1,414,171 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Booth, William C, Evanston, 111. Shower or spraying at- 
tachment for bathtubs. No. 1.415,014 ; May 9. 

Booth, William K., assignor to The Booth Electric Furnace 
Co., Chicago, 111. Furnace. No. 1,418,773 ; June 6. 

Booth, William N., Detroit, Mich. Demountable rim. 
No. 1,436,336 ; Nov. 21. 

Booth, William N., assignor to Kelsey Wheel Company, 
Inc., Detroit, Mich. Vehicle wheel rim. No. 1,405,481 ; 
Feb. 7. 

Boothroyd, Frank E., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Elec- 
trically-heated burnishing machine. No. 1,410,053 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Booton, Harry. (See Salmon, H., and Booton.) 

Boots, Edgar W. (See Tolla, T., and Boots.) 

Booty, Stanley S., Sutton, England. Container for powder. 
No. 1,418,520; June 6. 

Booty, Stanley S., London, England. Box and the like. 
No. 1,424,071 ; July 25. 

Borcberdt, Walter O., Austinville, Va., assignor to The 
New Jersey Zinc Company, New York, N. Y. Flotation 
of minerals. No. 1,440,129 ; Dec. 26. 

Borchert, Albert G., Cleveland, Ohio. Frame construc- 
tion. No. 1,415,775 ; May 9. 

Borchert. William, Rockford, 111. Tag. No. 1.412,998; 
Apr. 18. 

Bordas, John, Miami, Fla.. Blow-out patch. No. 
1,425,234 ; Aug. 8. 

Bordelon, Apolenaire O. (See Herpin, Edward P., as- 
signor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Hughes, John C, assignor.) 

Rorden Company, The. (See Kirkup, Joseph P., assignor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Nonneman, Ira W., assignor.) 

Borden, Horace, New Bedford, Mass. Trap. No. 
1,412.651; Apr. 11. 

Borden, Howard S. (See Hoyne, Christopher R., as- 
signor.) 

Borden. Libbie, Spokane, Wash. Refrigerator. No. 
1,428,073; Sept. 5. 

Borders, Harry L., St. Louis, Mo. Knockdown corrugated 
paper box. No. 1,437,221 ; Nov. 28. 

Bordigion, John, assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Photographic camera. No. 1,418,280 ; 
June 6. 

Bordwell, Lavern, New York, N. Y. Beater. No. 
1,437,957; Dec. 5. 

Boreiko, Ladislas B., Honolulu, Hawaii. Loading and 
transporting apparatus. No. 1,422,252 ; July 11. 

Boren, Henry H„ Bakersfleld, Calif. Tire. No. 1,411,155 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Borer, Frank J., Roselle Park, N. J. Pressure-retaining 
valve for fluid brakes. No. 1,440,001 ; Dec. 26. 

Borg, Johan L., assignor to Aktiebolaget Svenska Kulla- 
ger-fabriken, Gottenborg, Sweden. Ball bearing pro- 
vided with an entrance opening for the balls. No. 
1,405,894 ; Feb. 7. 

Borg & Beck Company, The. (See Nelson, Gustave C, 
assignor.) 

Borge, Manuel, Jr., Managua, Nicaragua. Electric switch. 
No. 1,410.795 ; Mar. 28. 

Borgen, Harold. Urmston, and G. W. Wadsworth, Flixton, 
England. Apparatus for making margarine compounds 
and other substances. No. 1,418,357 ; June 6. 
'■in „. uiciit, list her, assignor to Brand Brothers, New 

York, N Y. Garment. No. 1,407.319 ; Feb. 21. 
Borger, Henry E., assignor to Splltdorf Electrical Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Electric lighting system. No. 
1,404,187 ; Jan. 24. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Borger, Henry E., assignor to Splitdorf Electrical Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Dynamo-electric-ma.chine arma- 
ture. No. 1.416,256; May 16. 

Borger, Henry E., assignor to Splitdorf Electrical Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Circuit breaker. No. 1,436,693 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Borgner, Conrad W., Lowville, N. Y. Sanitary closure for 
bottles. (Reissue.) No. 15,346; May 2. 

Borgu, Edmoudo M., Turin, Italy. -Gear ease with mem- 
bers of stamped metallic plate easily removable and 
adjustable in length. No. 1,402,044 ; Jan. 3. 

Borgo, Edmondo M., Turin, Italy. Intermittent starting 
device for internal-combustion motors. No. 1,406,146 ; 
Feb. 7. 

Borgo, Edmondo M., Turin, Italy. Mud guard with lower 
elastic apron. No. 1,408,719 ; Mar. 7. 

Borgstrom, Ernest A., et al. (See Engelbrekt, Gustaf, 
assignor.) 

Boriek, Frank V., New York, N. Y. Screw driver. No. 
1,422,411; July 11. 

Borkenstein, Frank J., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to 
Art Mosaic and Tile Company, Toledo, Ohio. Joint 
strip for concrete floors. No. 1,429,564 ; Sept. 19. 

Borkman, Carl O., Victor, Colo. Wrench. No. 1,428,835 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Borkowski, Wladyslaw, West Willington, Conn. Shoe- 
maker's double last. No. 1,431,625 ; Oct. 10. 

Borland, Bruce, Chicago, 111. Fastener for container caps. 
No. 1,408,857 ; Mar. 7. 

Bormann, Gustav, Hanover, Germany. Rubber heel. No. 
1,429,073 ; Sept. 19. 

Born, Julius M., St. Paul, Minn. Luggage carrier. No. 
1,418,426; June 6. 

Born Steel Range Company, The. (See Banks, Chester 
C., assignor.) 

Born Steel Range Company, The. (See Ott, William C. P., 
assignor.) 

Bornholdt, John, Park River, N. Dak. Potato-cutting 
machine. No. 1,432,152; Oct. 17. 

Bornholt, Oscar C, Flint, Mich. Multiple-spindle driv- 
ing mechanism. No. 1,404,265 ; Jan. 24. 

Bornstein, Esther L., Cambridge, Mass. Play suit. No. 
1,418,281 ; June 6. 

Borofski, Heinrich. (See Ising, G., and Borofski.) 

Borofsky, Allen, Ayer, Mass. Automatic locking and re- 
taining device for steering mechanisms. No. 1,415,300 ; 
May 9. 

Borresen, Helge A., Chicago, 111. Reflector. No. 
1,431,147 ; Oct. 10. 

Borreson, Borre H., Minneapolis, Minn. Card or tag 
holder. No. 1.414,251 ; Apr. 25. 

Borreson, Borre H., St. Paul, Minn. License tag for motor 
vehicles. No. 1,428,747 ; Sept. 12. 

Borthwick, Craigie G., Corstorphine, Scotland. Golf and 
like bag. No. 1,410,989 ; Mar. 28. 

Bortsfield, Edward L. (See Bradley, J. A., and Borts- 
field.) 

Bortz, John W. (See Daniel, Albert J., assignor.) 

Borusiewski, Stanley S., Portland, Oreg. Saw-setting de- 
vice. No. 1,437,289 ; Nov. 28. 

Boruszak, Leon, et al. (See Sheller, John C, assignor.) 

Boryk, John M., Ansonia, Conn. Lock. No. 1,404,007 ; 
Jan. 17. „„"„;. 

Bosanko, William. (See Fredel, M. M., and Bosanko.) 

Bosard, Ray F., Knoxville, Pa. Means for using automo- 
bile power industrially. No. 1,407,513 ; Feb. 21. 

Bosc, Henri. (See Waille, E., and Bosc.) 

Boscato, Vittorio, Diano Marina, Italy. Automatic start- 
ing device. No. 1,404,086 ; Jan. 17. 

Bosch, Carl, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Badische 
Anilin & Soda Fabrik, Ludwigshafen - on - the - Rhine, 
Bavaria, Germany. Production of oxides of nitrogen 
from ammonia by catalytic oxidation. No. 1,426,952 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Bosch, Carl, and W. Meiser, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik, Ludwigs- 
hafen-on-the-Rhine, Bavaria, Germany. Manufactur- 
ing urea. No. 1.429,483 ; Sept. 19. 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Kratz, Franz, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Kratz, Franz, 
Starker, and Selling, assignors.) 

Bose, Monte H., Indianapolis, Ind. Radiator-petcock at- 
tachment. No. 1,422,919 ; July 18. 

Boscbeck, Emil. ( See Tiirck, E., and Bosebeck.) 

Bosel, Albert C, Crosbv, Minn. Collapsible trap nest. 
No. 1,413,894 ; Apr. 25. 

Bosler, George A., Chicago, III. Weather strip. No. 
1.409,332 : Mar. 14. 

Bosque, Josg V., and P. Giro y Casaiias, Habana, Cuba. 
Speed-indicating device. No. 1,421,390 ; July 4. 

Bossard. Gilbert L. (See Zaugg, Rudolf, assignor.) 

Bossg. Adolph E., Arden, Del., and C. W. Ford, assignors 
to Bosse-Ford Companv, Philadelphia, Pa. Tempera- 
ture-regulating valve. No. 1,429,923 ; Sept. 26. 

Bossg-Ford Company. (See Boss£, A. E., and Ford, as- 
signors.) 

Bossert, Charles P., assignor to Pflster & Vogel Leather 
Co.. Milwaukee. Wis. Pigment - stirring pan. No. 
1.417,885; May 30. 

Bossert, Charles P., assignor to Pfister & Vogel Leather 
Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Machine for treating hides and 
skins. No. 1.421,662; July 4. 



Bossert, Ernst, Cincinnati, Ohio. Die shaper. No. 
1,434,082; Oct. 31. 

Bossert, William F., Utica, N. Y. Semaphore blade. No. 
1,434,476 ; Nov. 7. 

Bosshard, Theodore, Brooklyn, N. Y. Confection-making 
apparatus. No. 1,419,808 ; June 13. 

Bossi, Enea. (See Kieran, John J., assignor.) 

Bossom, Robert P., Brighton, England. Electromagnetic 
lockout switch. No. 1,414,453 ; May 2. 

riostaph Engineering Corporation. (See Ramage, Alex- 
ander S., assignor.) 

Bostedo, Louis G., Chicago, 111. Method of and means for 
propelling craft navigating a fluid medium. No. 
1,405,482 ; Feb. 7. 

Bostie, John L., Wainwright, assignor of one-half to 
Invader Oil Corporation, Muskogee, Oklu. Combined 
cup protector and casing cleaner for pump plungers. 
No. 1,427,435 ; Aug. 29. 

Bostock, Francis J. (See Brown, P., and Bostock.) 

Bostock, Francis J., and S. Bramley-Moore, Nether ton, 
Huddersfield, England. Gear tooth. No. 1,434,987 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Boston, Arvel A., New Martinsville, W. Va. Battery 
filler. No. 1,423,393 ; July 18. 

Boston Clip and Tag Company. (See Williams, George 
H., assignor.) 

Boston Last Company. (See Heath, D. B. and Annis, 
assignors.) 

Boston Pressed Metal Co. (See Needham, William H., as- 
signor.) 

Bostrom, Axel G. (See Holmes, G. E., and Bostrom.) 

Bostrom, Axel G. (See Holmes, G. E., and J. M. and 
A. G. Bostrom.) 

Bostrom, John M. (See Holmes. G. E., and Bostrom.) 

Bostrom, John M. (See Holmes, G. E., and J. M. and 
A. G. Bostrom.) 

Bostwick, James B., Jersev City, N. J. Lifting jack. No. 
1,433,695 ; Oct. 31. 

Boswell, George F. (See Wagstaff, Andrew L., as- 
signor.) 

Boswell, Harry E., St. Louis, Mo. Shoe heel. No. 
1,414,545 ; May 2. 

Boswell, Ralph W., Indianapolis, Ind. Shock absorber. 
No. 1,409,819 ; Mar. 14. 

Boswell, Robert A., Washington, D. C. Cabinet talking 
' machine. No. 1,429,839 ; Sept. 19. ■ 

Bosworth, Charles O., San Diego, Calif. Means and 
method of preparing artificial snow. No. 1,432,153 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Bosworth. Cyrus M., Cleveland, and A. G. Boesel, Cleve- 
land Heights. Ohio. Electric water heater. No. 
1,415,015 ; May 9. 

Bosworth, David C. A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Phonograph at- 
tachment. No. 1,414,687 ; May 2. 

Bosworth, George P., Central Falls, assignor to Hemphill 
Company, Pawtucket, R. I. Knitted glove and making 
same. No. 1.413,314 ; Apr. 18. 

Bosworth, George P., assignor to Hemphill Company, 
Central Falls, R. I. Glove-knitting machine. No. 
1,413,452 ; Apr. 18. 

Bosworth, George P., assignor to Hemphill Company, Cen- 
tral Falls, R. I. Spring-needle knitting machine. No. 
1,416,257 ; May 16. 

Bosworth, George P., assignor to Hemphill Company, Cen- 
tral Falls, R. I. Fashioned hosiery and making the 
same. No. 1,418,617 ; June 6. 

Bosworth, George P., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Hemphill Company, Central Falls, R. I. Circular- 
stocking machine. No. 1,423,177 ; July 18. 

Bosworth, George P.. Central Falls, assignor to Hemphill 
Company, Pawtucket, R. I. Glove and making same. 
No. 1 .424,072 ; Jul/ 25. 

Bosworth, George P., Central Falls, assignor to Hemphill 
Companv, Pawtucket, R. I. Knitting machine. No. 
1.428.317; Sept. 5. 

Bosworth, George P., Central Falls, assignor to Hemphill 
Company. Pawtucket, R. I. Mechanism for knitting 
gloves. No. 1,428,318; Sept. 5. 

Bosworth, George P., assignor to Hemphill Company, 
Central Falls, R. I. Knitted glove and making same. 
No. 1,428,939; £ept. 12. 

Bosworth, George P.. Central Falls, assignor to Hemphill 
Companv, Pawtucket, R. I. Knitting machine. No. 
1,433,172; Oct. 24. 

Bosworth. George P., Central Falls, and E. M. Gunning. 
•Pawtucket, R. I., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Hemphill Company. Central Falls, R. I. Splicing mech- 
anism for circular-knitting machines. No. 1,402,394 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Bosworth, Littleton B., Albany. Ga. Feed table and guide 
for paper-ruling machines. No. 1,406,969 ; Feb. 21. 

Bosworth, Percy B., Springfield, Ohio. Core for pneu- 
matic tires and constructing same. No. 1,409,995 : 
Mar. 21. 

Both, Tonjes A., Stratford, Conn., assignor to The Con- 
necticut Electric Manufacturing Company. Renewable 
cartridge fuse. No. 1.417,966 ; May 30. 

Bothe, Andreas', Oreland. assignor to Kleen Products Com- 
pany. Inc.. North Wales, Pa. Fiber spoon. No. 
1.435.890 ; Nov. 14. 

Botnnr. Jason. Minneapolis, Minn. Stitch-roniovrag device. 
No. 1.412,836; Apr. 18. 

Rotseheider, George, San Francisco. Calif. Elevator con- 
trol system. No. 1,409,132 ; Mar. 7. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1022. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — rContmued. 



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Bott, Anton, Franlcfort-on-the-Main, Germany, assignor 
lo Socie"tc Anonyme conipagnie-Geuerale Du Verre, 
Luxemburg, Luxemburg. Closing device for preserve 
pots. No. 1,402.910; Jan. 10. 

Bona, Ferruccio. (See Arato, Achille, assignor.) 

Botten, Henry W.-, Lakewood, assignor to The Owen 
Bucket Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Grab bucket. .No. 
1,437,392 ; Dec. 5. 

Bottle, Edward K., Elmira, N. Y., assignor to American 
Sales Book Company, Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Can- 
ada. Manifolding sales book. No. 1,405,748 ; Feb. 7. 

Bottle, Edward K., Elmira, N. Y., assignor to American 
Sales Book Company, Limited, Toronto, Canada. Mani- 
folding sales book. No. 1,435,145 ; Nov. 14. 

Bolts, Kobert 11., Parker, Ariz. Clutch. No. 1,412,606 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Bouchard, Uldoric J. (See Schloth, Arthur C. and H. E., 
assignors.) 

Bouchg, William F., Lancaster, Pa., assignor to Gould 
Coupler Company. Electric generator. No. 1,405,180 ; 
Jan. 31. 

Bouche, William F., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Gould Cou- 
pler Company. Dashpot. No. 1,407,320 ; Feb. 21. 

Bouchg, William F., Lancaster, N. Y., assignor to Gould 
Coupler Company. Governor. No. 1,415,981 ; May 16. 

Bouche, William F., Lancaster, and E. J. Blake, Buffalo, 
N. Y., assignors to Gould Coupler Company. Turbogen- 
erator. No. 1,420,076 ; June 20. 

Boucher, Edmore N. (See Kosine, C., and Boucher.) 

Boucher, George F. (See Ward, E. K., and Boucher.) 

Boucher, Joseph H., Cambridge, Mass. Cap-crown-protect- 
ing device. No. 1,433,108 ; Oct. 24. 

Boudreaux, Theodore, assignor of one-fourth to I. Gregg 
and one-fourth to Bibb & Caven, Marshall, Tex. Oil 
burner. No. 1,434,324 ; Oct. 31. 

Boughter, H. Dixon, Decalur, 111. Movable headlight. 
No. 1,422,732; July 11. 

Bouillon, Charles, Paris, France. Apparatus for leaching 
minerals. No. 1,406,525 ; Feb. 14. 

Bouillon, Charles, Paris, France. Decomposing soapy 
waters. No. 1,410,882 ; Mar. 28. 

Bouillon, Charles, Paris, France. Apparatus for separat- 
ing solids from liquids. No. 1,429,320 ; Sept. 19. 

Bouillon, Constant, assignor to llendey Machine Company, 
Torrington, Conn. Machine-tool-driving mechanism. 
No. 1,407,834 ; Feb. 28. 

Bouillon, Constant, assignor to Hendey Machine Com- 
pany, Torrington, Conn. Change-gear mechanism. No. 
1,415,515 ; May 9. 

Boulassier, Louis R. W., Taris, France. Apparatus for 
measuring the value of the efforts and of the deforma- 
tions to which organs are submitted when working. 
No. 1,425,506 ; Aug. 15. 

Boulineau. William W., Cedartown, Ga. Dirigible spot- 
light. No. 1,415,982 ; May 16. 

Boulissiere, Georges L., Puteaux, France. Roller bearing 
for radial and thrust loads. No. 1,411,837 ; Apr. 4. 

Boulogne, Baltus, Soerabaia. Java, Dutch East Indies. 
Weighing tank for automatic weighing machines. No. 
1,426,709 ; Aug. 22. 

Boulogne, Baltus, Soerabaia, Java, Dutch East Indies. 
W'eighing beam for automatic weighing machines. No. 
1,435,693 ; Nov. 14. 

Boulogne, Baltus, Soerabaia, Java, Dutch East Indies. 
Buffer for automatic weighing machines. No. 1,437,128 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Boulton, Albert E.. Buffalo, N. Y. Coin-assembling device. 
No. 1,401,957; Jan. 3. 

Boulton, George, Rochester, N. Y., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Lining-trim- 
ming machine. No. 1,406,335 ; Feb. 14. 

Bouma, Edward, Waterloo, Iowa. Counting machine for 
printing presses. No. 1,440,130 ; Dec. 26. 

Boumphrey, Geoffrey M., Baycliffe, Lymm, England. 
Disk-record cabinet. No. 1,439,725 ; Dec. 26. 

Bounds, Ruel E:, and P. S. DumboJton, Wortham, Tex. 
Self-set animal trap. No. 1,415,301 ; May 9. 

Bouquet, Max, New York, N. Y. Safety spring catch 
for pins. No. 1,409,656; Mar. 14. 

Bourdariat, Joseph A., Paris, and M. Diet, Vaucresson, 
Frhnce. Building material. No. 1,411,906 ; Apr. 4. 

Bourdeau, Leon N., Rock Island, 111., assignor of one-half 
to J. G. Sorenson, Davenport, Iowa. Grease cup. No. 
1.405,566; Feb. 7. 

Bourdelles, Emile A. L., assignor to Societe Anonyme Dps 
Etablissements Delauriay Belleville, St. Denis, France. 
Machine gun. No. 1,402,564 ; Jan. 3. 

Boureau. D<§str<§ V., Detroit, Mich. Snubber. No. 
1,421,900; July 4. 

Bourgeois, Victor L. J., assignor of one-half to N. Dubois, 
Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Loading and unloading 
apparatus for trucks. No. 1,427,180 ;. Aug. 29. ■ 

Bourke, Thomas N., assignor to Slaymaker Electric Weld- 
ing Company, Detroit, Mich. Operating rod. No. 
1,438,016; Dec. 5. 

Bourke, Ulick, Chicago, 111. Cabinet. No. 1,431,211 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Bourne, Alexander B.. Wallaceburg. Ontario, Canada. 
Film holder. No. 1,415,776; May 9. 

Bourne, George G., et al. (See Bonne. Robert J., assignor.) 

Bourne, Phillips P.. Winchester. Mass., assignor to Worth- 
ington Pump and Machinery Corporation, New York. 
N. Y. Internal combustion engine. No. 1,415,864; 
May 16. 



Bourque, David, assignor to G. W. J. Murphy Company, 
Amesbury, Mass. Turnbutton fastener. No. 1,417,658 ; 
May 30. 

Bourque, David, assignor to G. W. J. Murphy Company, 
Amesbury, Mass. Socket for separable fasteners. No. 
1,430,787 ; Oct. 3. 

Bourque, David, assignor to G. W. J. Murphy Company, 
Amesbury, Mass. Snap-fastener socket. No. 1,432,660; 
Oct. 17. 

Bourque, David, assignor to G. W. J. Murphy Company, 
Amesbury, Mass. Tool for setting fastener parts. No. 
1,438,692 ; Dec. 12. 

Bouscher, William E., Seattle, Wash. Geared locomotives. 
No. 1,435,374 ; Nov. 14. 

Boutelle, William H. (Schumacher, E. L., and Boutelle.) 

Bouthillette, Charles, Acton Vale, Quebec, Canada. Wheel 
tread. No. 1,432,661 ; Oct. 17. 

Bouton, Edgar M., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Motor-con- 
trol system. No. 1,406,255. Feb. 14. 

Bouton, Edgar M., W r ilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Control 
system and apparatus. No. 1,421,157 ; June 27. 

Bouvier, Aure O., Claremont, N. H. Metal-cutting mecha- 
nism. No. 1,412,052 ; Apr. 11. 

Bouvier, Maurice, Lyon, France, assignor to Socielte 
Chimique des Usines du Rhone, (Anciennement Gilliard 
P. Monnet et Carrier,) Paris, France. Dyestuffs of the 
indigo series. No. 1,412,038 ; Apr. 11. 

Bouvier, Maurice, Lyon, assignor to Societe Chimique des 
Usines du Rhone Anciennement Gilliard P. Monnet et 
Cartiers, Paris, France. Obtaining halogen derivatives 
of indigo and of its homologues. No. 1,414,335 ; May 2. 

Bouvy, (Nicolaaszoon), Jacobus J. B. J., Dordrecht, Neth- 
erlands. Belt fasteners. No. 1,430,211 ; Sept. 26. 

Bovard, William H., E. L. Barker, and C. S. Jenkins, Los 
Angeles, Calif., said Barker assignor to said Bovard 
and said Jenkins. Bumper bracket. No. 1,407,835 ; 
Feb. 28. 

Bovard, William P., assignor to Tie Ohio Brass Company, 
Mansfield, Ohio. Metallic joint and production. No. 
1,410,647 ; Mar. 28. 

Bovard, William P., assignor to The Ohio Brass Company, 
Mansfield, Ohio. Electric resistance element. No. 
1,433,932 ; Oct. 31. 

Bovee, Ransom Y., Maywood, assignor of one-half to O. J. 
Buck, Chicago, 111. Explosion engine. No. 1,424,872 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Bovey, Sidney J. V., Chicago, 111. Spark plug. No. 
1,439,791 ; Dec. 26. 

Bovie, William T., assignor of one-half to W. S. Hughes, 
Milton, Mass. Sound -reproducing machine. No. 
1,411,472 ; Apr. 4. 

Bovier, Philibert L., Paris, France. Apparatus for the 
change of views, designs, or characters. No. 1,432,662 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Bowden, William, Manchester, England. Liquid-fuel- 
supply apparatus for internal-combustion engines. No. 
1,433,870; Oct. 31. 

Bowditch, Archibald H. (See Kelsey, Frank N., assignor.) 

Bowe, David W., Detroit, Mich. Road construction. No. 
1,432,957; Oct. 24. 

Bowe, Denis E., Waseca, Minn. Fish-dressing device. 
No. 1,438,091 ; Dec. 5. 

Bowen, Alfredo, Santiago, Chile. Automatic trolley re- 
triever for electric tramcars. No. 1,436,936 ; Nov. 28. 

Bowen, Bowen K., Nashville, Tenn. Dental impression 
tray. No. 1,411,156 ; Mar. 28. 

Bowen, Charles, Fort Wayne, Ind. Bumper for automo- 
biles. No. 1,406,921 ; Feb. 14. 

Bowen, David M., Los Angeles, Calif. Gas radiator. 
No. 1,413,826; Apr. 25. 

Bowen, David R., and C. F. Schnuck, assignor to Farrel 
Foundry and Machine Company, Ansonia, Conn. Ma- 
chine for treating rubber or other plastic material. 
No. 1.420,959 ; June 27. 

Bowen, David R., Ansonia, and C. F. Schnuck, New Haven, 
assignors to Farrel Foundry & Machine Company, 
Ansonia, Conn. Machine for mixing or masticating 
rubber and like materials. No. 1,424,445 ; Aug. 1. 

Bowen, Edward W., assignor to The Hydraulic Pressed 
Steel Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Shoring for concrete 
forms. No. 1,439,060 ; Dec. 19. 

Bowen, Eugene F., and E. J. Scott, Providence, R. I. 
Stamp-affixing machine. No. 1,429,321 ; Sept. 19. 

Bowen, Frank G., Kansas City, Mo. Key case. No. 
1,404,736; Jan. 31. 

Bowen, George W., Bridgeton, N. J. Measuring rule. 
No. 1,418,358 ; June 6. 

Bowen, Glenn E., Whittier, Calif. Advertising device. 
No. 1,409,141 ; Mar. 7. 

Bowen. James, Swansea, Wales. Cooling device for air- 
cooled engines. No. 1,424,234; Aug. 1. 

Bowen, James M., Cape May Court House, N. J., assignor 
to S. L. Allen & Co., Inc. Self-propelled vehicle. No. 
1.413.215 : Apr. 18. 

Bowen, Jenkin W., S, M. Hart, and J. E. Bowen, Pueblo, 
Colo. Hydroaeroplane. No. 1.427.257 ; Aug. 29. 

Bowen, John E., et al. (See Bowen, J. W., Hart, and 
Bowen.) 

Bowen, Robert J., Winston-Salem, N. C. Piano loader. 
No. 1,431.363 ; Oct. 10. 

Bowen, William S., New York, N. Y. Steam generator. 
No. 1,415,777; May 9. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bowen, William S., New York, N. Y. Steam generator. 

No. 1,415,778; May 9. 
Bowen, William S., New York, N. Y. Electrostatic gen- 
erator. No. 1,415,779 ; May 9. 
Bowen, William S., New York, N. Y. Producing heat. 

No. 1,415,780 ; May 9. 
Bowen, William S., New York, N. Y. Producing heat. 

No. 1,415,781; May 9. 
Bower, Chester A., Castor, Alberta, Canada. Display 

rack for phonograph disks. No. 1,421,391 ; July 4. 
Bower, George W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Suspension for trolley wires and 

the like. No. 1,420,407 ; June 20. 
Bower, George W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Clamping ear. No. 1,420.408 ; June 20. 
Bower, Harold J., New York, N. Y., assignor to The 

Hess-Brlght Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Thrust and radial, ball bearing. No. 1,440,131 ; Dec. 26. 
Bowerman, Emma, New York, N. Y. Receptacle. No. 

1,430,720 ; Oct. 3. 
Bowers, Claude E., Los Angeles, Calif. Table lock. No. 

1,425,833; Aug. 15. 
Bowers, David, executor. (See Wooten, C. T.) 
Bowers, Don S. (See Barney, P. H.-, and Bowers.) 
Bowers, P. M., and Son Company. (See Ross, Prank V., 

assignor.) 
Bowers, Floyd O. (See Philo, C. M., and Bowers.) 
Bowers, Fred D., Sugargrove, Pa. Division board for 

beehives. No. 1,420,960 ; June 27. 
Bowers, Harold S. (See McPhillips, J. R., and Bowers.) 
Bowers, John. (See Robinson, B. S., and Bowers.) 
Bowers, Robert R., assignor to The Dain Manufacturing 

Company of Iowa, Ottumwa, Iowa. Combined rake and 

tedder. No. 1,406,970 ; Feb. 21. 
Bowers, Robert R., assignor to Dain Manufacturing Co. 

of Iowa, Ottumwa, Iowa. Draft attachment. No. 

1,416,681 ; May 23. 
Bowers, William G, Newark, N. J., assignor to American 

Abrasive Metals Company, New York, N. Y. Casting. 

No. 1,403,005 ; Jan. 10. 
Bowers, William T., assignor of one-half to T. J. Levey, 

Baltimore, Md. Piston for internal-combustion engines. 

No. 1,437,490; Dec. 5. 
Bowersock, Wilbur E., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Law- 
rence Paper Manufacturing Company, Lawrence, Kans. 

Glue applicator. No. 1,439,464 ; Dec. 19. 
Bowes, George S., Newcomerstown, Ohio. Attachment for 

running boards of automobiles. No. 1,407,514 ; Feb. 21. 
Bowie, Augustus J., et al., trustees. (See Larsen, 

Edward A., assignor.) 
Bowie, Derwin W., Woodridge, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pat- 

erson, N. J. Heel-seat-fitting machine. No. 1,432,524 ; 

Oct. 17. 
Bowker, Clinton D., Phoenix, Ariz. Brooder. No. 

1,438,693 : Dec. 12. 
Bowke*, William, Centerville, R. I. Motor-vehicle steer- 
ing gear. No. 1,438,809 ; Dec. 12. 
Bowler, Elizabeth, Westport, S. Dak. Garment-supporting 

device. No. 1,423,749 ; July 25. 
Bowler, Frank W., Chicago, 111. Combination comb case. 

No. 1,421,392 ; July 4. 
Bowler, Frank W., Chicago, 111. Reversible window. No. 

1,427,088; Aug. 29. 
Bowles, Byron E. and M. E., Council Bluffs, Iowa. Door 

check. No. 1,408,338 ; Feb. 28. 
Bowles, John H., New York, N. Y. Collapsible tire rim. 

No. 1,424,073 ; July 25. 
Bowles, Joseph L., Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa. Efficiency and edu- 
cational chart. No. 1,419,809; June 13. 
Bowles, Myron E. (See Bowles, Byron E. and M. E.) 
Bowman, A. M. (See Sturm, E. J., and Surnson, as- 
signors.) 
Bowman, Allan K., Wilkinsburg, Pa. Phonograph. No. 

1,436,790; Nov. 28. 
Bowman, Charles R., assignor of one-half to W. C. Staver, 

Butler, Mo. Ventilating window. No. 1,412,039; 

Apr. 11. 
Bowman, Charles T. (See Davis, G. H., and Bowman.) 
Bowman, Charles T. (See Davis, George H., assignor.) 
Bowman-Edson, M. K., Company. (See Bowman, Mark 

K., assignor.) 
Bowman, Edwin L., Gardner, Mass. Baby walker. No. 

1,404,572; Jan. 24. 
Bowman, Elva. Fort Wayne, Ind. Chiropractic tahle. 

No. 1,429,709; Sept. 19. 
Bowman, Frank S. (See Kelly, Roy H., assignor.) 
Bowman, Frederick H., Manchester, and R. L. Aspden ; 

said Bowman assignor of his entire right to R. E. 

Aspden, Chorley, England. Electrical equipment of 

motor vehicles and aircraft. No. 1,419,607 ; June 13. 
Bowman, Jack J.. Portland, Oreg. Angle bar and nut 

lock. No. 1,423,394; July 18. 
Bowman, Mark K., -issignor to M. K. Bowman-Edson 

Company, New York, N. Y. Cleaner for tubes of 

condensers, boilers, etc. No. 1,424,336 ; Aug. 1. 
Bowman, Newton K., Canton, Ohio. Trolley-wire splicer. 

No. 1,403,837; Jan. 17. 
Bowman, Newton K.. North Lawrence, Ohio. Rail-bonding 

tool. No. 1.433.775; Oct. 31. 
Bowman, Robert L., Knoxvllle, Tenn. Vaporizing device 

for fuel oils. No. 1,416,938; May 23. 
Bowman, Robert L., Knoxville, Tenn. Blasting shell or 

sheet. No. 1,431,774; Oct. 10. 
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Bowman, Wade W., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to Continu- 
ous Cloth Towel Cabinet Co. Inc., of New York, N. Y 
Bearing. No. 1,415,142 ; May 9. 

Bowman, Walter H., assignor to Goldsmith Bros. Smelt- 
ing & Refining Co., Chicago, 111. Container for mercury. 
No. 1,427,351 ; Aug. 29. 

Bowman. William B.. assignor of one-half to G. Hoffman, 
Chicago, 111. Clamp. No. 1,428,877 ; Sept. 12. 

Bown, David E., Crafton, Pa. Lamp socket. No. 
1,421,122 ; June 27. 

Bown, Ralph, East Orange, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Radiocircnits. No. 
1,433,599; Oct. 31. 

Bowser, Augustus, deceased, Fort Wayne, Ind. ; C. S. 
Fair and Coite H. Bolens, administrators. Air valve. 
No. 1,403,286; Jan. 10. 

Bowser, Percy L. (See Joynt. J., and Bowser.) 

Bowser, Percy L., St. Louis, Mo. Rotary compressor or ro- 
tary engine. No. 1,419,915 ; June 20. 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Hinds, Sherwood, as- 
signor. ) 

Boxell, Augustus G., Los Angeles, Calif. Film-treatment 
cage. No. 1,424.87 6\ Aug. 8. 

Boyce, Carrol R., Wautoma, Wis. Automatic tool-drop- 
ping machine. No. 1,422,531 ; July 11. 

Boyce, Edward C, Washington, D. C. Vending apparatus. 
No. 1,424,074 ; July 25. 

Boyce, Edwin. (See Duckett, Eligah H., assignor.) 

Boyce, Harrison H., Forest Hills, N. Y. Cooling system. 
No. 1,406,922 ; Feb. 14. 

Boyce, Harrison H., Forest Hills, N. Y. Temperature- 
indicating instrument for automobile engines. No. 
1,408,259 ; Feb. 28. 

Boyce, Harrison H., Forest Hills, N. Y. Fastening means 
for instrument glasses and the like. No. 1,430,721 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Boyce, Harrison H., Forest Hills, N. Y. Means for intro- 
ducing temperature-responsive elements into engine- 
cooling systems. No. 1,431,212; Oct. 10. 

Boyce. William E., Albion, N. Y\ Spraying nozzle. No. 
1,432,958; Oct. 24. 

Boyce & Veeder. (See Louder, Earl A., assignor.) 

Boyd, Angus J., Dedham, Mass. Stop signal for automo- 
biles. No. 1,412,160; Apr. 11. 

Boyd, Ernest, New York, N. Y. Hosiery. No. 1,434,941 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Boyd, Frank W., assignor of one-third to J. A. O'Connell, 
Spokane, Wash. Fuse plug. No. 1,416.602 ; May 16. 

Boyd, Fred C, New Haven, and A. J. Barnes, West 
Haven, assignors to The Faraday Co., New Haven, 
Conn. Thermostat switch. No. 1,439.399 ; Dec. 19. 

Boyd, James G., Jacksonville, Fla. Top for square 
hampers. No. 1,409,820 ; Mar. 14. 

Boyd, James S., Spray, N. C. Register. No. 1,422,024; 
July 4. 

Boyd, Walter C., Shepherdsville, Ky. Valve for radiators. 
No. 1,425,940; Aug. 15. 

Boyd. William. (See Steedman, Henry P; G., assignor.) 

Boyden, George A., assignor to G. A. Boyden, Jr., Balti- 
more, Md. Bond. No. 1,411,838 ; Apr. 4. 

Boyden, George A., Jr. (See Boyden, George A., assignor.) 

Boyden, George A., Jr., and John C, Baltimore, Md. Rail- 
way car truck. No. 1,414,497 ; May 2. 

Boyden, John C. (See Boyden. George A., Jr., and J. C.) 

Boyden Shoe Mfg. Co. (See Slavens, Charles, assignor.) 

Boye, James H., Chicago, 111. Curtain fixture. No. 
1,424,337 ; Aug. 1. 

Boye, James H., Chicago, 111. Golf club. No. 1,437,463 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Boye Needle Company, The. (See Carlson, Gustav A., 
assignor.) 

Boye Needle Company, The. (See Flannery, John L., as- 
signor.) 

Bovea, Ovila W;, Barre, Vt. Aeroplane. No. 1,435,204 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Boyer, Alexander B. (See White. H. S., and Boyer.) 

Boyer, Edwin S., Plainfield. N. J., assignor to American 
Hard Rubber Co.. New York, N. Y. Battery jar and 
making same. No. 1,425,574; Aug. 15. 

Boyer, Fernnnd, Paris, Prance. Apparatus for preventing 
the lateral contraction of a fabric durins weaving. No. 
1,433.256 ; Oct. 24. 

Boyer, Fred S., Knishtslown, Ind. Motor-vehicle spot- 
light. No. 1.426,250; Aug. 15. 

Boyer, Oliver, Spencerville, Ohio. Tractor wheel. No. 
1.412.999 ; Apr. 18. 

Boyer, William E., assignor to S. D. Wriirht, Cleveland. 
Ohio. Door - handling mechanism. No. 1,417,714; 
May 30. 

Boyett, Oren K., Doucette, Tex. Bill file or article 
holder. No. 1,407,720 ; Feb. 28. 

Boyette, Oren K., Doucette, Tex. Article holder or stand. 
No. 1,407,721 ; Feb. 28. 

Boyett, Oren K., Doucette, Tex. Broom. No. 1,412,653 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Boyett, Oren K., Doucette, Tex. Match box. No. 
1,412,671 ; Apr. 11. 

Bovkin, Burwell. jr., Beaumont, Tex. Traveling block. 
No. 1.424,075; July 25. 

Bovkin, Burwell, Jr., Beaumont, Tex. Pulley block. No. 
1. 435,953: Nov. 21. 

Boykin, Christopher C, Norfolk, Va. Measuring cap for 
liquid-dispensing devices. No. 1.438.892 ; Dec. 12. 

Boykin, Herbert C. (See Ritchie, O. N., and Boykin.) 



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Boyle, Alfred S., Cincinnati, Ohio. Floor waxer and pol- 
isher. No. 1,406.721 ; Feb. 14. 

Boyle, Bernard. (See Branston, William H., assignor.) 

Boyle, Edward M., Watertown, N. Y. Combination pneu- 
matic locking and signaling apparatus. No. 1,418,226 ; 
May 30. 

Boyle, Elizabeth F. (See Ferris, Munez C, assignor.) 

Bovle, Homer L., Lansing, Mich. Aeroplane. No. 
1,418,522 ; June 6. 

Boyle, James M.. New York, N. Y. Method of and appa- 
ratus for arresting combustion. No. 1,402,711; Jan. 3. 

Boyle, John L., Boston, Mass. Combined talking and 
picture-exhibiting machine. No. 1,434,526 ; Nov. 7. 

Boyle, Louis M., Los Angeles, Calif. Camp stove. No. 
1.421,393 ; July 4. 

Boyle, Louis M., Los Angeles, Calif. Luggage retainer. 
No. 1,432,154; Oct. 17. 

Boyle. Louis. M., Los Angeles, Calif. Camp stove. No. 
i. 436, 937; Nov. 28. 

Boyle, Peter J., Saginaw, Mich. Beet digger. No. 
1,421.123; June 27. 

Boyle, Rudolph B., Kansas City, Mo. Automatic train- 
slopping device. No. 1,424,980; Aug. 8. 

Boyle, William, 1'hiladelphia, Pa. Window stay. No. 
i. 434, 732 ; Nov. 7. 

Bovle, Willis .1., Sr., Los Angeles, calif. Garbage or ash 
can. No. 1.402,830; Jan. 10. 

Boyler, Emanuel J., assignor to N. A. Kaletzky, New Ha- 
ven, Conn. Powder puff. No. 1,406,439 ; Feb. 14. 

Bovles, David S., Rock Hill, S. C. Clothespin. No. 
1,426,251 ; Aug. 15. 

Boyll, Robert, Terre Haute, Ind. Electric wax sealer. No. 
1,406,526 ; Feb. 14. 

Boyffton, Elsie M. (See Boynton, Harry L. and E. M.) 

Boynton, Harry L. and E. M.. San Francisco, Calif. 
Spring sounder. No. 1,409,057 ; Mar. 14. 

Boynton, Stanley E., Rochester, N. v.. assignor to Fitz- 
Empire Double Pivot Last Company, Auburn, Me. 
Length-grading mechanism for copying lathes. No. 
1,402,737; Jan. 10. 

Boynton, Vera K. (See Terry, K. S., Webster, and Boyn- 
ton.) 

Boynton, Vern TC, assignor to Terry & Webster, Inc., New 
York. N. Y. Fume-control device. No. 1,414,722 ; May 2. 

Boysen, Frank R. (See McCollum, Clarence R., assignor.) 

Boyuls, Cecil 11., Louisville, Ky. Shirt bosom and body 
machine. (Reissue.) No. 15,395 ; July 4. 

Bozard. Harrison B., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, as- 
signor, by mesne assignments, to International Har- 
vester Company, Chicago, 111. Hopper construction 
for grain drills. No. 1,404,510 ; Jan. 24. 

Bozard, Harrison B., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, as- 
signor, by mesne assignments, to International Har- 
vester Company, Cnicago, 111. Double - disk scraper. 
No. 1,410,883 ; Mar. 28. 

Bozeman. Roger A. (See De Armond, Walter E., as- 
signor.) 

Bozeman, Thomas L., Ferriday, La. Fore end for guns. 
No. 1,410,054 ; Mar. 21. 

Bozic, DobrivojG, Belgrade, Jugo-Slavia. Compressed-air 
continuous brake system for passenger or freight trains. 
No. 1,420,237; June 20. 

Bozung, Joseph A., Denver, Colo. Quick-locking cap for 
the air valves of automobile tires. No. 1,406,336 ; 
Feb. 14. 

Brabant, Charles C, Detroit, Mich. Window ventilator. 
No. 1,428,074 ; Sept. 5. 

Brabant, Lewis J., Milwaukee, Wis. Calendar. No. 
1,430,212 ; Sept. 26. 

Brabant, William II.. Sheboygan, Wis. Composition for 
preventing the accumulation of moisture on glass sur- 
faces. No. 1.404.8-:9. Jan. 31. 

Brnbrook, Frank M., Elmira, N. Y. Fountain washing 
device. No. 1,424,874 ; Aug. 8. 

Brabson, Tom, Brooklvn, N. Y. Valve. No. 1,423,178; 
July 18. 

Brace, Henry P., assignor to Lee Trailer & Body Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Display stand. No. 1,415,782 ; 
May 9. 

Brace. James 1'., assignor of one-fourth to O. C. Short, 
Drumright, and one-fourth to A. N. Boatman, Okmul- 
gee, Okla. Figure toy. No. 1,413.958 ; Apr. 25: 

Trace. Porter II., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Treating 
nonaqueous electrolytes. No. 1.415,983 ; May 16. 

Brach, Leon S., Newark, N. J. Thermometer. No. 
1,403,228; Jan. 10. 

Brachhausen, Gustav A., assignor to The Regina Com- 
pany, Railway, N. J. Vacuum cleaner. No. 1,405,095; 
.ran. 31. 

Brackney, Emory P., et al. (See Burkhart, Francis, as- 
signor.) 

Brackney, William S., Elizabethton, Tenn. Film holder. 
No. 1,422,029; July 4. 

Bracy. Furney I\, Hallsboro, N. C. Vehicle spring. No. 
1,408,85S : Mar. 7. 

Bradburn, Charles F. (See Mercer, F. B. M., and Brad- 
burn.) 

Bradbury, Burke, Schenectady, N. Y.. assignor to General 
Electric Company. Signal - receiving system. No. 
1,430,883 ; Oct. 3. 

Bradbury, Edward L. (See Ball, II. D., and Bradbury.) 



Braddock, Sarah E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Egg separator. No. 

1,407,371 ; Feb. 21. 
Braddy, Lewis P., San Francisco, Calif. Identification 
fender for vehicles. No. 1,423,905 ; July 25. 

Braden, Charles H., Los Angeles, Calif. Airless tire. No. 
1,436,146; Nov. 21. 

Braden, Charles H., assignor to National Airless Tire 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Airless tire. No. 
1,423,074 ; July 18. 

Bradford, Charles B., Bakersfield, assignor to Critz Manu- 
facturing Company, Santa Maria, Calif. Lubricator. 
No. 1,419,210 ; June 13. 

Bradford, Charles L., Salt Lake City, Utah. Well-driUing 
tool. No. 1,439,224 ; Dec. 19. 

Bradford, Charles M., Boston, and R. C. Simmons, Beverly, 
Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Shoe-shaping machine. No. 1,427,778 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Bradford, Eugene S., Jackson, Mich. Lathe or milling-ma- 
chine attachment. No. 1,407,515 ; Feb. 21. 

Bradford, James S., Bedford, Ohio. Water valve for 
controlling flow of gases. No. 1,439,602; Dec. 19. 

Bradford, Thomas L., Detroit, Mich. Washing machine. 
No. 1,409,333 ; Mar. 14. 

Bradley, Alonzo B. (See Bradley, Walter E. F., and A. B.) 

Bradley, Arthur H., et al. (See Smith, James F., as- 
signor.) 

Bradley, Arthur L., Council Bluffs, Iowa. Valve tester. 
No. 1,402,139; Jan. 3. 

Bradley, Charles, and T. E. Kennedy, Watonga, Okla. 
Railway metal-tie appliance. No. 1,434,586 ; Nov. 7. 

Bradley, Charles E., Montclair, N. J., and J. G. Coffin, 
Hempstead, N. Y., assignors to General Rubber Com- 
pany. Process and apparatus for treating latex. No. 
1,428,526 ; Sept. 12. 

Bradley, Charles W., assignor to Anchor Concrete Ma- 
chinery Co., Rock Rapids, Iowa. Tamping machine. 
No. 1,431,364; Oct. 10. 

Bradley, Edward E., assignor to The Atwood Machine 
Company, Stonington, Conn. Spinning machine. No. 
1,425,363 ; Aug. 8. 

Bradley, Edward E., assignor to The Atwood Machine 
Company, Stonington, Conn. Reeling machine. No. 
1,431,563 ; Oct. 10. 

Bradley, Elmer E., Clinton, Iowa. Air nozzle for track 
sanders. (Reissue.) No. 15,451 ; Sept. 12. 

Bradley, Francis B., et al. (See Samuels, Daniel B., as- 
signor.) 

Bradley, Francis D., Goldfield, Nev. Grinding mill. No. 
1,440,002; Dec. 26. 

Bradley, Fred J. (See Bradley, Richard C, assignor.) 

Bradley, Henry, Caulfleld, near Melbourne, Victoria, 
Australia. Means for disinfecting sanitary pans and 
the like. No. 1,421,348 ; June 27. 

Bradley, James A., and E. L. Bortsfield, Kansas City, Mo. 
Marking tag. No. 1,438,629 ; Dec. 12. 

Bradley, John G., Topeka, Kans., and W. F. Metz, Buckner, 
111. Track-cleaning machine for mines. No. 1,406,527 ; 
Feb. 14. 

Bradley, John S., jr., assignor to C. Cowles & Co., New 
Haven, Conn. Loading pin-tumbler locks and tool 
therefor. No. 1,437,832 ; Dec. 5. 

Bradley Knitting Company. (See Johnson, Arthur W., 
assignor.) 

Bradley, Lewis H., Hartford, Conn. Front gun sight. 
No. 1,431,926 ; Oct. 17. 

Bradley, Linn, East Orange, N. J., assignor to Research 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Mechanical rectifier. 
No. 1,430,619 ; Oct. 3. 

Bradley, Ralph A. (See McNally, J. F., and Bradley.) 

Bradley, Richard C, assignor of one-half to F. J. 
Bradley, Chicago, 111. Counting wheel for inter- 
mittent-gear trains. No. 1,404,340 ; Jan. 24. 

Bradley, Ross E., Roland Park, Md. Method and means 
for tube cutting. No. 1,428,355 ; Sept. 5. 

Bradley, Stanley E., East Orange, N. J. Indicating device. 
No. 1,402,395 ; Jan. 3. 

Bradley, Walter E. F., New York, N. Y. Reduction of 
ores. No. 1,407,372 ; Feb. 21. 

Bradley, Walter E. F., Los Angeles, Calif. Furnace-flue 
closure. No. 1,411,157 ; Mar. 28. 

Bradley, Walter M., New Haven, Conn. Aerial spinning 
toy. No. 1.413,316; Apr. 18. 

Bradley, Walter E. F.. New York, N. Y. Producing iron 
and steel. No. 1,422,733 ; July 11. 

Bradley, Walter E. F., Nyack, N. Y. Metallurgical process. 
No. 1,422,734 ; July 11. 

Bradley, Walter E. F., New York, N. Y. Magnetic sepa- 
rator. No. 1,425,235 ; Aug. 8. 

Bradley, Walter E. F., Piermont, N. Y. Production of 
carbon. No. 1,426,144 • Aug. 15. 

Bradley, Walter E. F., Nvack, N. Y. Electric-furnace 
construction. No. 1,427,436 ; Aug. 29. 

Bradley, Walter E. F., Los Angeles. Calif., and A. B. 
Bradley, New York. N. Y. Electrical-furnace construc- 
tion. No. 1,411,158; Mar. 28. 

Bradshaw, Charles D. (See Harness, C. D., and Brad- 
shaw.) 

Bradshaw, Charles E., Waterbury, Conn. Buckle. No. 
1,428,211; Sept. 5. 

Bradshaw, Charles E., Waterbury, assignor to Robert N. 
Bassett Company, Incorporated, Shelton, Conn. Buckle. 
No. 1,406,971 ; Feb. 21. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bradshaw, Frederic W., Perth, West Australia, Australia. 
Construction of reenforced concrete columns or posts. 
No. 1,417,445 ; May 23. 

Bradsnaw, Granville, Sunbury-on-Thames, England. Cool- 
ing Internal - combustion engine. No. 1,420,684 ; 
•lune 27. 

Bradsnaw, Richard. (See Whittaker, J., Bradshaw, and 
Briggs. ) 

Bradshaw, William M., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Elec- 
tric measuring instrument. No. 1,408,071 ; Feb. 28. 

Bradt, Merritt B., Pennington, N. J., assignor to Peerless 
Insulated Wire & Cable Company, New York, N. Y. 
Wire-covering machine. No. 1.411,233 ; Mar. 28. 

Brady, Charles P. (See Hamilton, M. S., and Brady.) 

Brady Electric & Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Rockwell, Herbert O., assignor.) 

Brady, George A., Philadelphia, Pa. Shoe tree. No. 
1,402,712 ; Jan. 3. 

Brady, Huber R., Pittsburgh, Pa. Collapsible table. No. 
1,432,059 ; Oct. 24. 

Brady, Hugh T., and D. A. Benway, Bay City, Mich. 
Front axle for motor vehicles. No. 1,438,214 ; Dec. 12. 

Brady, James A., Hohoken, N. J. Fastening hinge. No. 
1,404,087; Jan. 17. 

Brady, James E., New York, N. Y. Stud. No. 1,425,507 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Brady, James M., Dubois, Pa. License holder. No. 
1,436,854 ; Nov. 28. 

Brady, Joshua W., St. Paul, Minn. Loose-leaf holder. 
No. 1,439,139; Dec. 19. 

Brady, Joshua W., St. Paul, Minn. Loose-leaf holder. 
No. 1,439,140 ; Dec. 19. 

Brady, Mary A., New York, N. Y. Sink lining. No. 
1,406,147 ; Feb. 7. 

Brady, Michael E., Traverse City, Mich. Sawmill car- 
riage. No. 1,420,961 ; June 27. 

Brady, Thomas. (See Wylde, E., and Brady.) 

Brady, Thomas, Woodcliff, N. J. Door-operating device. 
No. 1,403,481 ; Jan. 17. 

Brady, Thomas, Bayonne, N. J. Conveyer apparatus. No. 
1,435,048 ; Nov. 7. 

Bragdon, Frank H. (See Heron, J. C, Bragdon, and 
Clark.) 

Bragdon, Herbert J.. Alton, 111. Aminunition-shell-feoding 
machine. No. 1,408,497 ; Mar. 7. 

Bragg, Christopher C. (See Eskew, F. S. and C. E., and 
Bragg.) 

Bragg, Thomas A., assignor to The Owens Bottle Com- 
pany, Toledo. Ohio. Mold-finishing machine. No. 
1,439,354; Dec. 19. 

Bragg, Thomas A., assignor to The Owens Bottle Com- 
pany, Toledo, Ohio. Glass mold. No. 1,439,355 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Bragger, John W. (See Marshall, C. P.. and Bragger.) 

Braham, Joseph M. (See Clarkson, F., and Braham.) 

Braham, Joseph M. (See Hetherington, II. C, and 
Braham.) 

Brahler, Charles J. (See Gill, Herbert D., assignor.) 

Braine, Bancroft G., Montclair, N. J., assignor to The Rail 
Joint Company, New York, N. Y. Means for balancing 
stresses in rail .ioints. No. 1,406,528 ; Feb. 14. 

Brainerd, Arthur H., Lakewood, Ohio. Oil burner. No. 
1,409,918 : Mar. 21. 

Brainerd, Edward R., Los Angeles, Calif. Wall construc- 
tion. No. 1,428,470 ; Sept. 5. 

Brakeman, Jesse C., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, rressure- 
controlling device for pneumatic tires. No. 1,403,006 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Braley, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Laundry drier. No. 
1,431,213; Oct. 10. 

Braley, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Laundry drier. No. 
1,434,194 ; Oct. 31. 

Braley, Charles L., assignor to The American Laundry 
Machinery Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Shirt-pressing 
machine. No. 1,403.838; Jan. 17. 

Braley, Charles L., Chicago, 111., assignor to American 
Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Iron- 
ing machine. No. 1,415,302 ; May 9. 

Braley, Charles L., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Ameri- 
can Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Yoke-ironing machine. No. 1,415.303; May 9. 

Braley, Charles L.. assignor to The American Laundry 
Machinery Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Pressing shirts. 
No. 1,429,401 ; Sept. 19. 

Braley, Charles L., assignor of one-half to C. F. Noftzger, 
Chicago, 111. Laundry drier. No. 1,434,193 ; Oct. 31. 

Braley, Wayne M. (See Mitton, R. E., and Braley.) 

Bramford Electric Company. (See Lewis, T. A., and 
Dunham, assignors.) 

Bramley-Moore, Swinfen. (See Bostock, F. J., and Bram- 
ley-Moore.) 

Brammer, Ernest, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 
Fireplace. No. 1,419,810 ; June 13. 

Bramming, Carl, Chicago, 111., assignor to Accessories Man- 
ufacturing Company. Spotlight. No. 1,403,668 ; Jan. 17. 

Bran Products Company. (See Mininberg, Nathan, as- 
signor.) 

Branch, Oscar. (See Smith. Edwin L., assignor.) 

Brand Brothers. (See Borgenicht, Esther, assignor.) 

Brand, Cleo II., ct al. (See Montgomery, James P., as- 
signor.) 



Brand, George P., New York, N. Y. Pedal-operated ex- 
haust mechanism for automatic musical instruments. 
No. 1,420,238 ; June 20. 

Brand, George P., New York, N. Y. Tracking device for 
player pianos. No. 1,422,824 ; July 18. 

Brand, James J. C, Sydney, New South Wales. Australia. 
Apparatus for firing furnaces with powdered fuel. No. 
1,432,317; Oct. 17. 

Brand, Robert H. (See Smith, J. H., Brand, and Leith.) 

Branden, Harry, Travels, Alberta, Canada. Grinding ap- 
paratus. No. 1,434,037 ; Oct. 31. 

Brandenberger, Heinrich, Vienna, Austria. Planing heli- 
cal teeth more particularly for bevel gears. No. 
1,430,938 ; Nov. 28. 

Brandenberger, Jaques E., assignor to La Societe La Cello- 
phane, Paris, France. Sensitive cellulosic film and 
producing the same. No. 1,404,737 ; Jan. 31. 

Brandenberger, Jaques E., Bezons, assignor to la Stfi Ame: 
" La Cellophane," Paris, France. Band of cellulosic ma- 
terial. No. 1,406,148 ; Feb. 7. 

Brandenburg, Francis C, Piqua, Ohio. Staggered tooth 
cutter for dressing abrasive elements. No. 1,423,075 ; 
July 18. 

Brandenburg, Napoleon B., Columbus, Ind. Rat trap. No. 
1,404,088 ; Jan. 17. 

Brandenstein, M. J., & Co. (See Burns, Wilford E., 
assignor.) 

Brander, Gesner T., Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Fireplace. 
No. 1,434.083 ; Oct. 31. 

Brandon, Arthur H., assignor to Arthur H. Brandon & 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Pipe-handling apparatus. Now 
1,417,490 ; May 30. 

Brandon, Arthur H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Deep Well Engineering Company, Toledo, Ohio. 
Magnetic fishing tool for wells. No. 1,439,686 ; Dec. 26. 

Brandon, Arthur H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Deep Well Engineering Company, Toledo, Ohio. 
Fishing tool. No. 1,439,687 ; Dec. 26. 

Brandon, Arthur H., & Company. (See Brandon, Arthur 
II., assignor.) 

Brandon, Theodore C, Fallon, Nev. Power transmission. 
No. 1,418,517 ; June 7. 

Brandstetler, Josef, Chicago, 111. Bottle corking and cap- 
ping machine. No. 1,402,713 ; Jan. 3. 

Brandfstettej., Josef, Chicago, 111. Automatic stop for 
talking machines. No. 1.432,232 ; Oct. 17. 

Brandstettor, Josef, Rochester, Minn. Automatic stop for 
talking machines. No. 1,427,717 ; Aug. 29. 

Brandt, Andrew G., Scranton, Pa. Fastener for umbrella 
stretchers and ribs. No. 1,417.491 ; May 30. 

Brandt, Andrew G., Scranton, Pa. Umbrella runner. No. 
1,434,942 ; Nov. 7. 

Brandt, Charles D.. New York, N. Y. Pump stirrup. No. 
1,408,S59 ; Mar. 7. 

Brandt, Fokko, assignor to The Brandt & Ki'ell Engineer- 
ing Company, Kansas Citv, Kans. Steel scaffolding 
ladder. No. 1.437,088 ; Nov. 28. 

Brandt. Fokko. assignor to The Brandt & Krell Engineer- 
ing Company, Kansas City, Kans. Pipe-stringer clamp. 
No. 1,437,089 ; Nov. 28. 

Brandt, Guy M., and L. V. Davis, South Bend, Ind. 
Cylinder grinding and reaming machine. No. 1,430,933 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Brandt, Harrison D., Philadelphia, Pa. Necktie press and 
holder. No. 1,435,694 ; Nov. 14. 

Brandt, Joseph M., Bellevue, Iowa. Tool. No. 1,417.492 ; 
May 30. 

Brandt, Lewis, Pittsburgh, Pa' House construction. No. 
1,421,124 ; June 27. 

Brandt, Walter C, and J. A. Lewis, St. Paul, Minn. Key 
fastener. No. 1,410,527; Mar. 21. 

Brandt & Krell Engineering Company, The. (See Brandt, 
Fokko, assignor.) 

Brandts, Theodor, Celina, Ohio. typewriter cabinet. 
No. 1.432,663; Oct. 17. 

Brandvein, Jacob M., New York, N. Y. Educational toy. 
No. 1,414,857; May 2. 

Brandwood, John, T., and J., Elton, Bury, England. Dye- 
ing and other treatment of textile fibers in the loose 
state. No. 1,432,318; Oct. 17. 

Brandwood, John, T., and J., Elton, Bury, England. Ap- 
paratus for the dyeing and other treatment of textile 
fibers in the loose state. No. 1.432,319 ; Oct. 17. 

Brandwood, Joseph. (See Brandwood, John, T., and J.) 

Brandwood, Thomas. (See Brandwood, John, T., and J.) 

Branham, Hugh M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Depth gear for tor- 
pedoes. No. 1,423,179 ; July 18. 

Brann, Albert, East Orange, N. J., assignor to Westing- 
house Lamp Company. Wire-drawing lubricant. No. 
1,409,658 ; Mar. 14. 

Brann, Harry H., and G. H. Tenbrook, assignors to Havi- 
side Company, San Francisco, Calif. Ladder. No. 
1,430,281 ; Sept. 26. 

Brannan, John W., Grand Island, Nebr. Road drag or 
grading machine. No. 1,428,319 ; Sept. 5. 

Bransfield, Michael T., Chicago, 111. Tire protector. No. 
1.435,448 ; Nov. 14. 

Branson, Charles B., Lincoln, Nebr. Trolley stabilizer. 
No. 1,408,860; Mar. 7. 

Branson, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Sibson & 
Stern, Inc. Reenforcing fabric for vehicle tires. No. 
1,407,012 ; Feb. 21. 

Branstead, Charles J., Berkeley, Calif. Envelope. No. 
1,412,335; Apr. U. 



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Branston, Charles A., Company. (See Bailey, Walter 
II., assignor, i 

Branston, William H., Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to 
B. Boyle, Corona, N. Y. Chimney. No. 1,437,222 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Branstrator, Clement G., et al. (See Bayne, George G., 
assignor.) 

Branstrator, Clement G., assignor of one-fourth to J. C. 
Hoehnen, one-fourth to G. G. Bayne, and one-fourth 
to Bayne Manufacturing Company, Bushnell, 111. Power 
transmission. No. 1,426,035 ; Aug. 15. 

Branstrator, Clement G., assignor of one-fourth to J. C. 
Hoehnen, one-fourth to G. G. Bayne, and one-fourth to 
Bayne Manufacturing Company, Bushnell, 111. Radiator 
for internal-combustion engines. No. 1.434.195 ; Oct. 31. 

Brantley, Bessie. Topeka, Kans. Charcoal furnace. No. 
1,427,055 : Aug. 22. 

Brantley, Lewis R., Marietta, Ga. Planter. No. 
1,428,527; Sept. 12. 

Brasher, William H., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Garment 
support. No. 1,414,336 ; May 2. 

Brass, William J., Fenton, Iowa. Self-extinguishing lamp. 
No. 1,435,049 ; Nov. 7. 

Brnssell, John II.. Los Angeles, Calif. Wire looping and 
coiling tool. No. 1,413,453 ; Apr. 18. 

Brasseur, Ernest J., Chicago, 111. Memorandum device. 
No. 1,431.283; Oct. 10. 

Bratcher, Ike, and O. Burghardt, Protection, Kans. ; said 
Burghardt assignor to said Bratcher. Calf feeder. 
No. 1,420,252 : Aug. IP 

Brater, August W., New York. N. Y. Siphon control de- 
vice. No. 1,416.003 ; May 16. 

Bratland. Edward R., Chicago, 111. Wrist blotter. No. 
1.424.9S1 ; Aug. 8. 

Bratschie, Amiel, New Castle, Pa. Pruning shears. No. 
1,425,744 ; Aug. 15. 

Bratteig, Gustav. (See Bratteig, Knut and G.) 

Bratteig, Knut and G., Marshalltown, Iowa. Hayrack. 
No. 1,418,774 ; June 6. 

Bratton, Delbert P., Johnsonville, 111. Back connecting- 
rod wrench for Ford machines. No. 1,440,272 ; Dec. 26. 

Braucci, Andrew A., New York, N. Y. Safety guard for 
automobiles. No. 1,411,254 ; Apr. 4. 

Braucher, Edward F., Denver, Colo. Advertising disk for 
automobile wheels. No. 1,432,274 ; Oct. 17. 

Brauer, Adolph K.. deceased ; S. D. Brauer, executrix, 
assignor to S. D. Brnuer. Los Angeles, Calif. Sprinkling 
nozzle. No. 1.430,620 ; Oct. 3. 

Brnuer, Serena D.. executrix. (See Brauer. Adolph K.) 

Braun. Albert. (See Braun. William P. and A.) 

Brnun. Albert W.. Platteville, Wis. Cheese mold. No. 
1.430.934; Oct. 3- 

Braun, Bruce E. (See Muellerweiss. H. G., and Braun.) 

Braun. Carl F.. San Francisco, Calif. Twin strainer. No. 
1,428,270; Sept. 5. 

Braun. Charles, Brooklyn. N. Y. Flour sifter. No. 
1,437,958; Dec. 5. 

Braun Company, The. (See Braun, William F. H., as- 
signor.) 

Braun, Harry L.. Toronto, Ontario. Canada. Waxer and 
polisher. No. 1,427.574 ; Aug. 29. 

Braun. William A.. Dover, Ohio. Electric soldering iron. 
No. 1,407.722 ; Feb. 28. 

Brnun, William F. II.. assignor to The Braun Company, 
Philadelphia. Pa. Meat tabic for slicing machines. No. 
1.402,140; Jan. 3. 

Braun, William F. H., assignor to The Braun Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Meat slicer. No. 1.418,063; May 3*0. 

Brniin. William F. II. . assignor to The Braun Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Sharpener for meat-slicing machines. 
No. 1,424,875 : Aug. 8. 

Brnun. William P. and A.. Brovslyn, N. Y. Making 
biushes. No. 1.432.588; Oct. 17. ' 

Brauner, Ada A.. Nampa. assignor of one-half to E. 
Carnefix. Meridian. Idaho. Drier and dishwasher. No 
1.405.394 ; Feb. 7. 

Braunger, Charles A., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor of one- 
half to J. H. Pruitt, Cissna Park. 111. Manually- 
actuated action for firearms. No. 1,440,332 ; Dec. 26. 

Braunger, Charles A., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor of one- 
half to J. H. Pruitt, Cissna Park, 111. Missile thrower. 
No. 1,440.333; Dec. 26. 

Braunger, Charles A., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor of one- 
half to J. II. Pruitt, Cissna Park. 111. Ignition and 
propulsion tube. No. 1,440,334 ; Dec. 26. 

Briiuning. Karl A.. Herstal, Belgium. Automatic firearm. 
No. 1,411,473 : Apr. 4. 

Brautigam, Anthony F.. assignor of one-half to A. M. 
Rudigor, Buffalo, N. Y. Carrier for bottles, etc. No. 
1.424,076 ; July 25. 

Brautigam. Josef, assignor of one-half to J. Edwards, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Automobile accelerator. No. 1.430,003 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Braxton. Elbert M.. Fort Worth, assignor of one-half to 
M. R. Spellman, Dallas, Tex. Gas producer and process. 
No. 1.424,077 ; July 25. 

Bray, Charles T.. Salt Lake City, Utah. Slag-brick ma- 
chine. No. 1,420,018; June 20. 

Bray, M. William. (See Jagenburg, Robert W., assignor.) 

Bray, Oscar E., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor of one-half to 
G. C. Broadbooks. Attica. N. Y. Planking for bridges, 
etc. No. 1,415,304; May 9. 



Braymen, George K., East Wenona, 111. Combination 
gripper, perforating, and scoring attachment for 
printing presses. No. 1,431,148 ; Oct. 10. 

Braymer, William E., Kiefer, Okla. Swing. No. 1,406,529 ; 
Feb. 14. 

Brayshaw, Bertie, Fort Atkinson, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Geneial Tool & Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. Sample taker. No. 1,429,710 : 
Sept. 19. 

Brayton, Henry L., Owosso, Mich. Door-opening mecha- 
nism for elevators. No. 1,405,265 ; Jan. 31. 

Brazeau, Pierre, Racine, Wis. Locking rail for automo- 
biles. No. 1.432,589 ; Oct. 17. 

Bre Manufacturing Company. (See Leslie, Freeland D., 
assignor. ) 

Brechting, Alfred. (See Warren, J. R., and Brechting.) 

Breck, Ellis R., et al. (See Bodie, Albert B., assignor.) 

Breckenridge, David, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 
Thread-cutting tool and holder therefor. No. 1,428,075 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Bredeson, Gustave, assignor to Edwards and Powell Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Level. No. 1,426,454 ; Aug. 22. 

Bredice, Solideo, Waterbury, Conn. Antiskid attachment. 
No. 1,434,527 ; Nov. 7. 

Brediceanu, Caius. (See Vuia, Trajan, assignor.) 

Breed, Charles W., Western Springs, 111. Railway cross- 
ing or frog and making the same. No. 1,412,161 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Breeding, Andrew J. (See Burke, P. W., and Breeding.) 

Breen, Albert R., Chicago, 111., assignor to Universal Wind- 
ing Company, Boston, Mass. Yarn-reclaiming device. 
No. 1,427,056; Aug. 22. 

Breen, John F., Hingham Center, Mass. Sliding hinged 
last. No. 1,407,723 ; Feb. 28. 

Breen, Joseph, Ambridge, Pa. Pusher for tin pots. No. 
1,439,860; Dec. 26. 

Breese, Sydney S. (See Bell, A. G., Baldwin, and Breese.) 

Breeze, Alfred B., assignor to The Cincinnati Ball Crank 
Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Oiling device for reach rods. 
No. 1.415,000; May 2. 

Bregeat Corporation of America. (See Runge, W., and 
Curtis, assignors.) 

Bregman, Harry, assignor to The Steel Stamping Com- 
pany, Lorain, Ohio. Toy pistol. No. 1,436,855 ; Nov. 28. 

Bregman, Morris, Leeds, England. Apparel apparatus. 
No. 1,440,335; Dec. 26. 

Breguet, Louis, Velizy-Villacoublay, assignor to Society 
Anonyme des Ateliers D'Aviation Louis Breguet, Paris, 
France. Aircraft. No. 1,429,484 ; Sept. 19. 

Brehm. Charles M., Dayton, Ohio. Forming machine. No. 
1,420,468 ; June 20. 

Brehm, Charles M., Dayton, Ohio. Trimming machine. 
No. 1,420,469 ; June 20. 

Brehmer, Carl F., Philadelphia, Pa. Trick fan. No. 
1,407,836; Feb. 28. 

Brehmer, Herman C, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to H. W. 
Butterworth and Son's Company. Valve device. No. 
1.423,988 : July 25. 

Brehmer, Herman C, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to H. W. 
Butterworth & Son's Co. Atomizer. No. 1,423,989; 
July 25. 

Brehmer. William G. H., assignor to The Cleveland 
Graphite Bronze Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Bearing 
and making same. No. 1.422,655; July 11. 

Breidert, George C, assignor to Auto Utilities Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Ventilator. No. 
1,435.913; Nov. 21. 

Breiel, Charles, assignor of one-half to T. R. Ferguson, 
Xenia, Ohio. Funnel. No. 1.405,266; Jan. 31. 

Breining, Herman A. (See Bohn, G.. and Breining.) 

Breit, Martin M., assignor of one-half to Light Publishing 
Company, San Antonio, Tex. Machine for making orna- 
mental rules and borders. No. 1,422,532; July 11. 

Breitenstein, Albert F.. assignor to The Geometric Tool 
Co., New Haven, Conn. Adjustable tap. No. 1,435,695 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Breitman, Joseph J., and E. M. Jordan, Newark, N. J. 
Phonograph-record cabinet. No. 1,403,482 ; Jan. 17. 

Breitner, Melchior. Halle-on-the-Saale, Germany. Distrib- 
uting board for electric house installations. No. 
1.427,779 ; Sept. 5. 

Brelsford, William E., Mendota, 111. Antiskid device. 
No. 1,412,040 ; Apr. 11. 

Bremberg, Axel, Glasgow, Scotland. Mechanism for 
transmitting hand and motor power. No. 1,409,821 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Bremer, Alvin L. (See Bremer, Martin L. and A. L.) 

Bremer, Henry R., Kansas City, Mo. Metal-flanging ma- 
chine. No. 1,426,253 ; Aug. 15. 

Bremer, Martin L. and A. L., Elberon, Iowa. Bin-filling 
shut-off. No. 1,423,990 ; July 25. 

Bremer, Russell IL, Reading, Pa., assignor of one-third to 
G. H. Rice, Arlington, Vt. Refrigerator. No. 1,408,260 ; 
Feb. 28. 

BremuTer, George D., Brooklyn. N. Y.. and E. E. Trout- 
man, Ashland, Pa. Mail-bag-dellverv apparatus. No. 
1,418,064 ; May 30. 

Brendza, Steven, Cleveland. Ohio. Corner brace for win- 
dow screens. No. 1,419.608: June 13. 

Brenizer, George W., and C. C. Hutson, Richmond, Ind. 
Printing process ink. No. 1.436.856; Nov. 28. 

Brenizer, Orson W. (See Wandless. Franklin W., as- 
signor. ) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Brenkert, Joseph W., San Diego, Calif. Vebicle signal 
apparatus. No. 1,413,959 ; Apr. 25. 

Brenkert, Joseph W., and K. S. Brenkert, Detroit, Mich. 
Picture-projecting machine. No. 1,427,575 ; Aug. 29. 

Brenkert, Karl S. (See Brenkert, Joseph W. and K. S.) 

Brennan, Edward J., Chicago, 111. Conveyer belt. No. 
1,428,878; Sept. 12. 

Brennan, James, New Orleans, La. Banana unloader. No. 
1,422,65(5; July 11. 

Brennan, John A., New York, N. Y. Resilient vehicle 
wheel. No. 1,405,395 ; Feb. 7. 

Brennan, John S., Milwaukee, Wis. Fabric for oil wicks. 
No. 1,403.229 ; Jan. 10. 

Brennan, John S., Milwaukee, Wis. Burner-lifting means. 
No. 1,422,079; July 11. 

Brennan, John S., Milwaukee, Wis. Burner. No. 
1,424,149 ; Aug. 1. 

Brennan, John S., Milwaukee, Wis. Burner drum. No. 
1,428,212 ; Sept. 5. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Lexington, Mass. Machine for and 
making cord tire stock. No. 1,418,906; June 6. 

Brennan, Maurice W., et al. (See Taylor, Frank M., 
assignor.) 

Brennan, Thomas C, et al. (See Taylor, Frank M., 
assignor.) 

Brennan, William J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Machine for beveling edges of buttonholes. No. 
1,427,780 ;• Sept. 5 

Brennan, William J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Press. No. 1,429,221 ; Sept. 19. 

Brenne, Arild M., assignor to W. H. Miner, Cbazy, N. Y. 
Center bearing for cars. No. 1,431,284 ; Oct. 10. 

Brenne, Carl F., Yakima, assignor to Universal Index 
Tab Company, Seattle, Wash. Index tab. No. 
1,424,338; Aug, 1. 

Brenneis Manufacturing Company. (See Ward, C. E., 
and Harris, assignors.) 

Brenneis Manufacturing Company. (See Ward, Clayton 
E., assignor.) 

Brenneisen, Max, Berne, Switzerland. Dust-sucking appa- 
ratus for automobiles. No. 1,406,530 ; Feb. 14. 

Brenner, Louis, New York, N. Y. Lady's apparel. No. 
1,421,062; June 27. 

Brenner, William C, Evansville, Ind. Grain-polishing de- 
vice. No. 1,408,978 ; Mar. 7. 

Brenzinger, Julius, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The Max 
Ams Machine Company, New York, N. Y. Side-seam- 
soldering machine for can bodies. No. 1,419,211 ; 
June 13. 

Brenzinger, Julius, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The Max 
Ams Machine Company, New York, N. Y. Can-body- 
forming machine. No. 1,427,896 ; Sept. 5. 

Brereton, Page M., Denver, Colo. Dust collector for in- 
ternal-combustion engines. No. 1,411,606 ; Apr. 4. 

Bresin, Louis, assignor to Adams-Williams Manufactur- 
ing Corporation, New York, N. Y. Convertible automo- 
bile body construction. No. 1,413,704 ; Apr. 25. 

Bressler, Robert E., Hammond, assignor to O. F. Jordan 
Company, East Chicago, Ind. Railway spreader. No. 
1,437,393; Dec. 5. 

Bretagne, Alcide, Boston, Mass. Radiator. No. 1,406,256 ; 
Feb. 14. 

Breton, Henri and R., Paris, France. Underground auto- 
motive engine. No. 1,408,720 ; Mar. 7. 

Breton, Rene. (See Breton, Henri and R.) 

Bretos y Claveria, Manuel, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. Fold- 
ing door and shutter. No. 1,405,758 ; Feb. 7. 

Bretos y Claveria, Manuel, Sanitago de Cuba, Cuba. 
Folding door and shutter. No. 1,408,076 ; Feb. 28. 

Bretos y Claveria, Manuel, Santiago, Cuba. Shutter ap- 
plicable to all kinds of folding doors. No. 1,413,895 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Bretschneider, Max R., Plauen, Germany. Fabric frame 
for several-needle embroidering machines. No. 1,430,152 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Brett, John H., Hartford, Conn. Sounding toy. No. 
1,440,053 ; Dec. 26. 

Brettell, Hattie S., Denver, Colo. Vehicle direction sig- 
nal. No. 1,403,381 ; Jan. 10. 

Brettschneider, Josephine, St. Paul, Minn. Flower recep- 
tacle. No. 1,423,906; July 25. 

Breuer, Jacob, Marion, Va. Power belt. No. 1,420,962 ; 
June 27. 

Breuer, Peter, assignor of one-half to A. A. Jenss, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Paper-drying machine. No. 1,427,437 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Breuer, Vladimir, New York, N. Y. Radiator for motor 
vehicles. No. 1,403,586 ; Jan. 17. 

Breuer, Walter A., St. Louis, Mo. Toy. No. 1,434,364 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Breuker & Kessler Company. (See Delaplaine, Aubrey C, 
assignor.) 

Breuker & Kessler Company. (See Kessler, Harry C, 
assignor.) 

Brevard, Procter, Highland Park r Mich. Lubricating sys- 
tem for explosive engines. No. 1,405,396 ; Feb. 7. 

Brewer, Basil, Cleveland, Ohio. Printing press. No 
1,409,659 ; Mar. 14. 

Brewer, Charles A. (See Knight, H., and Brewer.) 

Brewer, George B., San Pedro, Calif. Signal machine. 
No. 1,430,489 ; Sept. 26. 



Brewer, Gipp M., Sylvia, Kans. Automatic timer for auto- 
mobiles. No. 1,434,196 ; Oct. 31. 

Brewer, Glenn A., Kansas Citv, Mo. Automatic speed- 
signaling device. No. 1,437,714 ; Dec. 5. 

Brewer, Johnson, Rice, Tex. Flour sifter. No. 1,429,565 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Brezin, Joseph, et al. (See Berzon, L., and Brezin, as- 
signors.) 

Brewer, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Micrometer. No. 
1,432,664; Oct. 17. 

Brewer, Joseph H. (See Brewer, Mary G. and J. H.) 

Brewer, Mary G. and J. H., Poydras, La. Sanitary toilet- 
seat cover and pad of toilet paper. No. 1,'419,212 ; 
June 13. 

Brewer, Moultre A., St. Louis, Mo. Figure toy. No. 
1,403,382 ; Jan. 10. 

Brewer, Robert W. A., Stockton, Calif. Intake manifold 
for internal-combustion engines. No. 1,439,940 ; Dec. 26. 

Brewer & Company. (See Davis, Lewis, assignor.) 

Brewerton, Arthur E., Wandsworth Common, London, 
England, assignor to The Sperry Gyroscope Company. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for indicating and record- 
ing the direction and distance of travel of vehicles. 
No. 1,415,624 ; May 9. 

Brewington, Henry S., Baltimore, Md. Hair curler. No. 
1,407,981 ; Feb. 28. 

Brewington, Henry S., Baltimore, Md. Paper container. 
No. 1,425,168; Aug. 8. 

Brewington, Henry S., Baltimore, Md. Paper container. 
No. 1,425,169 ; Aug. 8. 

Brewstei - , Burt B., Salt Lake, Utah, assignor to Sullivan 
Machinery Company. Standard for rock drills. No. 
1,439,679; Dec. 19. 

Brewster, Charles W., assignor to Brewster Train Control 
Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Track circuit for train- 
control systems. No. 1,425.315 ; Aug. 8. 

Brewster, Ernest B., New York, N. Y. Method and means 
for coloring paper. No. 1,407,247 ; Feb. 21. 

Brewster, Guy S., Seattle, Wash. Lock for milk-can lops. 
No. 1,420,811 ; June 27. 

Brewster Patents Corporation. (See Brewster. Eercy D., 
assignor.) 

Brewster, Percy D., East Orange, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Brewster Patents Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Differential development of color 
cinematographic films. No. 1,410.884 ; Mar. 28. 

Brewster, Rouse K., Kingston, N. Y.. assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Hercules Explosives Corporation, Wil- 
mington, Del. Pocket magneto. No. 1,437,223 : Nov. 28. 

Brewster Train Control Co. (See Brewster, Charles W., 
assignor.) 

Brewster, William P., assignor of one-half to B. A. 
Wilkes, St. Louis, Mo. Timing and ignition system. 
No. 1.439,537 ; Dec. 19. 

Breyer, Frank G. (See Singmaster, J. A., and Breyer.) 

Breyer, Frank G. (See Singmaster, J. A.. Breyer, and 
Farber.) 

Breyer, Frank G., P. R. Croll, Palmerton, and C. W. Farber, 
Bowmanstown, Pa., assignors to The New Jersey Zinc 
Company, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of lithopone. 
No. 1,411,645 ; Apr. 4. _ 

Brezin, Joseph, assignor of one-third to himself, one-third 
to L. Berzon, and one-third to W. Kosakoff, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Bag-frame lock. No. 1,439,688; Dec. 26. 

Brian, James C, Minneapolis, Minn. Portable track. No. 
1,410,055 ; Mar. 21. 

Briare, Frank B. (See Thurston, Julius T., assignor.) 

Brice, Arthur W., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pater- 
son, N. J. Rheostat. No. 1,406,257 ; Feb. 14. 

Brice, John F., Bensalem Township, Bucks County, Pa. 
Plane for aircraft. No. 1,406,923 ; Feb. 14. 

Brichetto, Louis, Cincinnati, Ohio. Burglar alarm. No. 
1,419,954 ; June 20. 

Bricka, Frederic, Milan, Italy. Textile-fiber-combing ma- 
chine. < No. 1,408,438 ; Mar. 7. 

Brickell, William S., Buffalo, N. Y. Wheel. No. 
1,426,254; Aug. 15. 

Bricken, John, Chicago, 111. Method of supplying a maga- 
zine with blanks. No. 1,436,644 ; Nov. 28. 

Bricker, John W., administrator. (See Hanner, Thomas.') 

Brickman, Emil O., Chicago, 111., assignor to Illinois Meat 
Company. Prepared meats. No. 1.427.43S ; Aug. 29. 

Briconnier, Zepher J., assignor of one-half to M. Cohn, 
San Francisco, Calif. Blotter attachment for fountain 
pens. No. 1,418,696 ; June 6. 

Bridell, Charles D., Crisfield, Md. Tongs. No. 1,415,143 ; 
May 9. 

Briden, Charles G., assignor of one-half to H. Laughlin, 
Jr., Los Angeles, Calif. Demountable tire rim. No. 
1,416,939 ; May 23. 

Briden, Charles G., assignor of one-half to H. Laughlin, 
Jr., Los Angeles, Calif. Demountable tire rim. No. 
1,416,940; May 23. 

Bridge, Arthur, Washington, D. C. Method of and appara- 
tus for reducing metals, etc. No. 1,415,510 ; May 9. 

Bridge, Arthur F., Los Angeles, Calif. Pressure-gas 
holder. No. 1,426,145; Aug. 15. 

Bridge, George A., Englewood, Colo. Differential power- 
transmission gearing for automotive vehicles. No. 
1.437,715 : Dec. 5. 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Limont, Alexander W., 
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Bridgeport Metal Goods Manufacturing Company, The. 

(See Ferris, Isaac L., assignor.) 
Bridgeport Metal Goods Manufacturing Company. (See 

Loveman. William R., assignor.) 
Bridges, Josiah S., Wilmette, 111. Means for adjusting 
and securing artificial crowns and teeth In their op- 
erative position. No. 1,412,268 ; Apr. 11. 
Bridges, Lewis B., New York, assignor to Corona Type- 
writer Company, Inc., Groton, N. Y. Folding typewrit- 
ing machine. No. 1,434,733 ; Nov. 7. 
Bridges, Lewis B.. Brooklyn, assignor to Corona Type- 
writer Company, Inc., Groton, N. Y. Folding typewrit- 
ing machine. No. 1,434,734 ; Nov. 7. 
Bridgewater Machine Company. (See Mason, Freeman D., 

assignor.) 

Bridgford, Archie G., and S. B. Bolton, Aledo, 111. ; said 

Bolton assignor to said Bridgford. Manifold aero 

heater. No. 1,427,057 ; Aug. 22. 

Bridgford, Archie G., and S. B. Bolton, Aledo, III. ;' said 

Bolton assignor to said Bridgeford. Manifold heater for 

internal-combustion engines. No. 1,427,058 ; Aug. 22. 

Bridgford, Archie G., and S. B. Bolton, Aledo, 111. ; said 

Bolton assignor to said Bridgford. Manifold heater for 

internal-combustion engines. No. 1,427,059 ; Aug. 22. 

Bridgham, Barton C., San Francisco, Calif. Card holder. 

No. 1,430,282 ; Sept. 26. 
Brien, John A. (See Casterline, E. D., and Brien.) 
Briere, Charles. (See Gendron, A., and Briere.) 
Brierly, George E., Detroit, Mich. Washing machine. 

No. 1,420,963 ; June 27. 
Brigden, Arthur, Birmingham, Ala. Insect catcher. No. 

1.414.06S ; Apr. 25. 
Brigden, Arthur, Birmingham, Ala. Insect catcher. No. 

1,414.069 ; Apr. 25. 
Brigel, Leo A., Cheviot, Ohio. Bottle-capping apparatus. 

No. 1,430,283; Sept. 26. 
Briggs, Arie B., Denver, Colo. Fountain brush. No. 

1,413,827 ; Apr. 25. 
Briggs. D. F., Company, The. (See Slaiger, Henry, 

assignor.) 
Briggs, Frank A. (See Pierce. Harry, assignor.) 
Briggs, George F., Beaumont. Tex. Combined guard cage 

and robber trap. No. 1,430.788; Oct. 3. 
Briggs, Henry, Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. Guide or gauge 
for reciprocating hand tools. No. 1,406,924 ; Feb. 14. 
Briggs, Howland F.. Buffalo, N. Y. Lock for spare-tire 

rims. No. 1,43S,574 ; Dec. 12. 
Briggs, Isabelle M., executrix. (See Briggs, Thomas L.) 
Briggs, John F., Spondon, near Derby, England, assignor 
to American Cellulose and Chemical Manufacturing 
Company Limited. Treatment of cellulose acetate prod- 
ucts. No. 1.425,364; Aug. 8. 
Briggs, Joseph. (See Whittaker, J., Bradshaw, and 

Briggs.) 
Briggs, Lyman J. (See Hayford. J. F., and Briggs.) 
Briggs. Mallison, administratrix. (See Whittaker, J., 

Bradshaw, and Briggs.) 
Briggs. Robert. Salidn, Colo. Antiskid chain. No. 

1.429.674 : Sept. 19. 
Briggs, Stephen F., and E. N. Jacobi. assignors to Briggs 
& Stratton Companv. Milwaukee, Wis. Polarity-revers- 
ing switch. No. 1.408,687; Mar. 7. 
Briggs, Stephen F., and E. N. Jacobi, assignors to Briggs 
& Stratton Companv, Milwaukee, Wis. Steering-column 
control unit. No. 1,425,170 ; Aug. 8. 
Briggs. Stephen F., and E. N. Jacobi, assignors to Briggs 
& Stratton Companv, Milwaukee, Wis. Push-lock switch. 
No. 1,434,769 ; Nov. 7. 
Briggs, Stephen F. and E. N. Jacobi. assignors to Briggs 
& Stratton Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Locking switch. 
No. 1,437,716: Dec. 5. 
Briggs, Thomas L., deceased, by I. M. Briggs, Flushing, 
executrix, assignor to General Chemical Company, New 
York, N. Y. Making chlorosulphonic acid. No. 
1,422,335; July 11. 
Briggs, Thomas L., Flushing, assignor to General Chemical 
Companv, New York, N. Y. Cleaning contact material. 
No. 1,429,222; Sept. 19. 
Briggs, William A., Philadelphia, ' Pa. Enamel. No. 

1,409,919 ; Mar. 21. 
Briggs, William C, Elizabeth, "N. J. Hoist. No. 

1,432,741 ; Oct. 24. 
Briggs & Stratton Company. (See Briggs, S. F., and 

Jacobi, assignors.) 
Briggs & Stratton Company. (See Jacobi, Edward N., 

assignor.) 
Briggs & Stratton Company. (See Soreng, Edgar M., as- 
signor.) 
Brigham, Harry- L., Brockton, Mass. Pneumatic sheet 

feeder. No. 1,435,205 ; Nov. 14. 
Brigham, Nelson E. (See Fleming, W. M.. and Brigham.) 
Brigham, Nelson E., Holyoke, assignor to Conoid Candv 
Machine Company, South Hadley Falls, Mass. Manu- 
facture of confections of the coated type. No. 1,417,446 ; 
May 23. 

Bright. Claude H.. Jr.. Memphis, Tenn. Bookkeeping ma- 
chine. No. 1,411,679 ; Apr. 4. 

Bright, Fred E., New York, N. Y. Chuck. No. 1,420,682 • 
June 27. 

Bright, Fred E., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for ma- 
chining work pieces. No. 1,420,683 ; June 27. 
86024—5 



BL i S 43 t 6 9^5 1 - S n M " o Jesss ' 0Ula - Bevera S e dispenser. No. 

Bright,' Robert E. Chicago, 111., assignor to Stein-Hall 
Manufacturing Company. Starch conversion products. 
No. 1,411,203 ; Mar. 28. 

Bright, Robert E., assignor to Stein-Hall Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Preparing starch conversion 
products. No. 1,411,204 ; Mar. 2S. 

Brightman, G. F., et al. (See Brightman, Harrison M., 
assignor.) 

Brightman, H. L., et al. (See Brightman, Harrison M„ 
assignor.) 

Brightman, Harrison M., assignor of one-fourth to G. F 
Brightman, one-fourth to H. L. Brightman, and one- 
fourth to J. H. Brightman, Columbus, Ohio. Apparatus 
,°f,, fi ii, lshing cylindrical bars asid shaftings. No. 
1,411,474 ; Apr. 4. 

Brightman, J. H., et al. (See Brightman, Harrison M.. 
assignor.) 

Brignole, John J., and J. Lovari, New York, N. Y. Safetv 
fender. No. 1,432,380; Oct. 17. 

Brilhart, Samuel B., New York, N. Y. Car truck. No. 

Brilhart, Samuel B., New York, N. Y. Car truck No 
1,417,135 ; May 23. 

Brill J. G., Company, The. (See Berry, H. C, and Apple- 
gate, assignors.) 

Brill, J. G., Company, The. (See Brooks, James A, as- 
signor.) ' 

Brill, Max, New York, N. Y. Hand bag. No. 1,415,305 : 
May 9. 

Brill, Paul, Jackson, Mich. Paper-hanging machine No 
1,435,449 ; Nov. 14. 

Br i I 4 1 *> a 519^ a j ter on DaUa5town > Pa - Bo,t Camp. No. 

Br No a i t 40^lo8 *'i San 2 r rancisc0 ' GaHf - Davenport bed. 

Brillouin, Leon N., Paris', France. Telephone and wire- 
less telegraphy installation. No. 1,404,574 ; Jan. 24 

Brillouin, Lgon N., Paris, and G. A. Beauvais, Lyon', 
France. Telephone installation in wireless telegraphy 
JNo. 1,404,573 ; Jan. 24. 

Brillouin, Leon N., Paris, and G. A. Beauvais, Caluire 
.3"??- France. Telephone and wireless-telegraphy in- 
stallation. No. 1,405.267 ; Jan. 31. 

No tra i 43i r 5 I 64 1 - o' Brooklyn ' N - Y - Amusement ride. 

Brindamour, John B., assignor of one-half to M A Rush 
San Francisco, Calif. Automobile steering-wheel lock! 
No. 1,437.717; Dec. 5. 

Brindle, Richard G., and A. H. Flint, Chicago, 111., as- 
signors to Corn Products Refining Company. Method of 
and apparatus for evaporating liquid or semiliquid sub- 
stances. No. 1,415,783; May 9. 

Brinegai% James F Middlesboro, Ky. Bracket. No. 
J.4Uo.zo8; Jan. 31. 

Brink, Carl A. (See Adell, E., and Brink.) 

B " n . ce 3v Jess e E.,and C. P. McNeil, assignors to Standard 
P'Joo n?^ an ^' W1 »t in &. In <J. Ornamented candle. No. 
1,4^8,940 ; Sept. 12. 

Brinkerhoff, Howard C, Allston, Mass. Antirattlin" de- 
vice for automobiles. No. 1,420,077 ; June 20 

.Brinkman Louis H„ Glenridge, N. J. Bending pipes or 
tubes. No. 1,429,924 ; Sept. 26. 

Brinkman Louis H., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Titeflex 
Metal Hose Corporation. Method of and apparatus for 
forming flexible tubes. No. 1,410,160: Mar "1 

Brinkman, Louis H„ Glen Ridge, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Seamless Tube Companv. Bloom- 
field, N. J. Metal-drawing apparatus. No. 1,414,500 : 
May 2. 

Brinkman, Louis II., Glenridge, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Seamless Tube Companv, Bloom- 
field, N. J. Tube and rod tapering. No. 1,418,697- 
June 6. 

Brinkman Paul, Portland, Oreg. Phonograph mute No 
1,412,672 ; Apr. 11. 

Brintnall, Thomas M., assignor of one-fourth to J F 
Hanly, < one-fourth to C. H. Hanly, and one-fourth to 
R. E. Hanly, Oakland, Calif. Demountable rim No 

1.402.141 ; Jan. 3. 

Brintnall, Thomas M., assignor of one-fourth to J F 
Hanly, one-fourth to C. H. Hanly, and one-fourth to 
R. E. Hanly, Oakland, Calif, Demountable rim. No 

1.402.142 ; Jan. 3. 

Brinton, William C, Jr., assignor, by mesne assignments 
to Philbrin Corporation, Kennett Square, Pa. Means for 
increasing the dielectric strength of condensers No 
1.414,619 ; May 2. 

Brinton, William C, jr., assignor, by mesne assignments 
to Philbrin Corporation, Kennett Square, Pa. Ignition 
system for internal-combustion engines. No. 1 431 927 • 
Oct. 17. ' 

Brisben, George R., Cleveland, Ohio. Emery-wheel-dress- 
ing tool. No. 1,425,941 ; Aug. 15. 

Brisbine, Raymond G., Dormont, Pa. Flour sack and like 
article. No. 1,403,287 ; Jan. 10. 

Brisbois, Odilon, Gary Ind. Electric starter. No. 
1.426,274 ; Aug. 15. 

Brisbois, Odilon, Chicago, 111. Starter for internal-com- 
bustion engines. No. 1,435,101 ; Nov. 7. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Briscoe, Benjamin, et al., trustees. (See Ramage, Alex- 
ander S., assignor.) 

Briscoe Devices Corporation. (See Briscoe, Frank, as- 
signor.) 

Briscoe, Frank, assignor to Briscoe Devices Corporation, 
Pontiac, Mich. Carburetor. No. 1,408,072 ; Feb. 28. 

Bristol Company, The. (See Bristol, W. H., and John- 
son, assignors.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Johnson, Manfred J., as- 
signor. ) 

Bristol, Edgar H., assignor to The Foxboro Company, 
Foxboro, Mass. Control system. No. 1,405,181 ; 
Jan. 31. 

Bristol, Tom R., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Fluid- 
pressure brake device. No. 1,403,839 ; Jan. 17. 

Bristol, William H., Waterbury, Conn. Measuring instru- 
ment. No. 1,431,626 ; Oct. 10. 

Bristol, William H., Waterbury, Conn. Synchronized 
motion-picture apparatus. No. 1,431,628 ; Oct. 10. 

Bristol, William H., Waterbury, and M. J. Johnson, 
Naugatuck, assignors to The Bristol Company, Water- 
bury, Conn. Remote-control system. No. 1,431,627 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Britcher, Charles W., Springfield, Mass., assignor to The 
Babcock Printing Press Manufacturing Company, New 
London, Conn. Preparing cutting and scoring matrices 
for printing presses. No. 1,416,682 ; May 25. 

Britcher, Edward K., York, Pa. Kail joint. No. 
1,410,364 ; Mar. 21. 

British Alizarine Company Limited, The. (See Atack, F. 
W., and Anderson, assignors.) 

British Alizarine Company Limited, The. (See Atack, 
Frederick W., assignor.) 

British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Corn- 
puny Limited, The. (See Baumann, Karl, assignor.) 

British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Com- 
pany Limited, The. (See Scanes, Arthur E. L., as- 
signor.) 

Brittain, Charles A., St. Louis, Mo. Ruled sheet. No. 
1,429,485 ; Sept. 19. 

Brittain, George M. (See Brown, W. P., and Brittain.) 

Brittain, George M. (See Brown, W. P., Errett, and Brit- 
tain.) 

Brittain, Isaac M., assignor of one-half to G. W. Allan, 
Denver, Colo. Railway safety switch. No. 1,417,297 ; 
May 23. 

Brittell, Byron B., Willow Springs, Mo. Seat for engineers 
in locomotive cabs. No. 1,403,483 ; Jan. 17. 

Britten, William M., assignor of one-half to C. Harshman, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Gas burner. No. 1,406,925 ; 
Feb. 14. 

Brittenburg, Harry E., South Allentown, Pa. Car re- 
railer. No. 1,409,020 ; Mar. 21. 

Britton, Helen S., Castleton Hill, N. Y. Kitchen utensil. 
No. 1,427,439; Aug. 29. 

Britton, Thomas E., Cedar Falls, Iowa. Combination truck 
and wagon dump. No. 1,420,078 ; June 20. 

Brix, Harold, Arlington Heights, assignor to Sharp & 
Smith, Chicago, 111. Anastomosis clamp. No. 
' 1,413,896 ; Apr. 25. 

Broadhooks, George C. (See Bray, Oscar E., assignor.) 

Broadbridge, Walter E. E. and W. G. Sellers, London, 
England, assignors to Minerals Separation North 
American Corporation, New York, N. Y. Purification 
or extraction of soluble substances. No. 1,439,061 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Broadhurst, Herbert F., London, England. Means for 
filling bottles. No. 1,413,960 ; Apr. 25. 

Broadley, Joseph, Fair Oaks, Calif. Apparatus for han- 
dling eggs. No. 1,434,587 ; Nov. 7. 

Broadlev, Joseph R., London, England. Apparatus for 
grinding, classifying, and decanting ores. No. 1,418,523 ; 
June 6. 

Broadley, Joseph R., and J. M. Lee, assignors of one-third 
to L. S. Burt, London, England. Pump. No. 1,435,513 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to W. O. Hickok Manufactur- 
ing Company, Harrisburg, Pa. Ruling apparatus. No. 
1,404,738 ; Jan. 31. 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to W. O. Hickok Manufactur 
ing Company, Harrisburg, Pa. Change-speed gearing. 
No. 1,404,739 ; Jan. 31. 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to W. O. Hickok Manufactur- 
ing Company, Harrisburg, Pa. Sheet-feeding apparatus. 
No. 1,408,688 ; Mar. 7. 

Broadwater, Diivid P... Millville, assignor of one-twentieth 
to W. K. Tierce, Bridgeton, N. J. Noncollapsible nip- 
ple. No. 1,401.958; Jan. 3. 

Broadway, William, and T. C. Pledger, Oklahoma, Okla. ; 
said Broadway assignor to said Pledger. Rim fastener. 
No. 1,424,078 ; July 25. 

Broadv. Harry W., Bayside, N. Y\, assignor to American 
Balsa Company, Inc. Life raft. No. 1,422,657 ; July 11. 

Broatch, George N., Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Pipe. No. 1,427,781 ; Sept. 5. 

Broberg, Isidor. (See Ljungstrom, F., and Broberg.) 

Brobst, William E., Jr., Noblesville, Ind. Equalizer for 
vehicle suspension. No. 1,423,180 ; July 18. 

Broch, Albert T., New York, N. Y. Gas heater. No. 
1.438.002; Dec. 5. 

Brock. Edward J., et al. (Sec Newkirk, William P., as- 
signor.) 



Brock, Edward L., administrator. (See Brock, Matthias.) 

Brock, Ellis R., Athens, Ga. Window-shade roller. No. 
1,417,298 ; May 23. 

Brock, Frank P. (See Redman, L. V., Weith, and 
Brock.) 

Brock, Holden, St. Louis, Mo. Machine for forming plas- 
tic tile. No. 1,418,227 ; May 30. 

Brock, Homer G., Kansas City, Mo. Electrical body heater 
and steamer. No. 1,415,784 ; May 9. 

Brock, Lester C, Xenia, Ohio. Air-cooled motor. No. 
1,409,822 ; Mar. 14. 

Brock, Matthias, Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pat- 
erson, N. J. Turned-shoe-shaping machine. No. 
1,402,208; Jan. 3. 

Brock, Matthias, Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Lasting machine. No. 1,404,188 ; 
Jan. 24. 

Brock, Matthias, Boston, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Making shoes. 
No. 1,406,337 ; Feb. 14. 

Brock, Matthias, Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Mechanism for use in shaping shoe 
uppers. No. 1,407,321 ; Feb. 21. 

Brock, Matthias, Boston, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation. Paterson, N. J. Upper-shaping 
machine. No. 1,414,49S ; May 2. 

Brock, Matthias, Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Machine and method for use in shap- 
ing uppers. No. 1,425,942 ; Aug. 15. 

Brock, Matthias, deceased, Boston ; by E. L. Brock, 
administrator, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Lasting ma- 
chine. No. 1,417,493 ; May 30. 

Brock, Matthias, deceased ; E. L. Brock, administrator, 
Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe Machinery 
Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Work-positioning mecha- 
nism for upper-forming and other machines. No. 
1,419,213 ; June 13. 

Brock, Paul P., Gillespie, 111. Music-leaf turner. No. 
1,438,893 ; Dec. 12. 

Brock, Richard E., Canton, assignor to The Woodward Ma- 
chine Company, Wooster, Ohio. Continuous tube roll- 
ing mill. No. 1,420,239 ; June 20. 

Brock, William E., Indianapolis, Ind. Fuel strainer for 
tanks. No. 1,415,217 ; May 9. 

Brockbank, Clarence J., assignor to Abrasive Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacturing artificial abrasives 
from bauxite and emery. No. 1,402,714 ; Jan. 3. 

Brocken, Joseph A., Sharon, Pa. Sanitary container cap. 
No. 1,413,000; Apr. 18. 

Brockett, Bluford W., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Apron 
control. No. 1,432,832 ; Oct. 24. 

Brockies, Alfred C. (See Graham, E. A., and Brockies.) 

Brockmiller, Frederick W. A., St. Petersburg, Fla. Faucet 
for soda fountains. No. 1,427,148 ; Aug. 29. 

Brocksmith, Adolph R., St. Louis, Mo. Deep-well pump. 
No. 1,430,789 : Oct. 3. 

Brockton Rand Company; (See Barbour, P. E., and Lyon, 
assignors.) 

Brockway, Carl P., Toledo, Ohio. Combined air-intake 
and breather pipe. No. 1,413,961 ; Apr. 25. 

Brockwav, Carl P., assignor to Industrial Research Cor- 
poration, Toledo, Ohio. Oiling system. No. 1,402,281 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Brockway, Carl P., assignor to Industrial Research Corpo- 
ration, Toledo, Ohio. Reenforced primary for starting 
or ignition systems. No. 1,434,588 ; Nov. 7. 

Brockway, Carl P., assignor to Industrial Research Corpo- 
ration, Toledo, Ohio. Electric generating system. No. 
1,434,988; Nov" 7. 

Brockway, Carl P., assignor to The Willys-Overland 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Gear puller. No. 1,436,081 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Brockway. Car] P., assignor to Industrial Research Cor- 
poration, Toledo, Ohio. Engine oiler. No. 1,437,927 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Brockway, Carl P., assignor to Industrial Research Cor- 
poration, Toledo, Ohio. Internal-combustion engine. 
No. 1,437,928; Dec. 5. 

Brockway, Carl P., assignor to Industrial Research Cor- 
poration, Toledo, Ohio. Internal-combustion engine. 
No. 1,437.929 ; Dec. 5. 

Brockway, Richard W., assignor to Brockway & Mecken- 
sturm Machine Company, Moodus, Conn. Twister. No. 
1,416,941 ; May 23. 

Brockway & Meckensturm Machine Company. (See Brock- 
way, Richard W., assignor.) 

Broderick, John W., Hillside, assignor of one-half to R. 
M. Everett. Bloomfield, N. J. Lock nut. No. 1,432,050 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Brodowski, John F., and G. J. Burmeister, Milwaukee. 
Wis. Panel lock. No. 1,434,03S ; Oct. 31. 

Brody, Nathan S., Cleveland, Ohio. Raw-egg-shell-cutting 
device. No. 1,403,383; Jan. 10. 

Broecker, William, Minneapolis. Minn. Potato carrier 
for potato diggers. No. 1,425,745 ; Aug. 15. 

Broege, Robert J., Harvey, 111., assignor to Buda Corn- 
pan v. Lubricating device for gas engines. No. 
1,417,659; May 30. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Broel, Louis G., Leichardt, near Sydney, New South 
Wales, Australia. Handling kapok. No. 1,421,663 ; 
July 4. 

Brogan, James A., Lawrence, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Welt- 
winding machine. No. 1,412,837 ; Apr. 18. 

Brogan, James A., Lawrence, Mass", assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Tying 
device. No. 1,427,782 ; Sept. 5. 

Brogan, Michael F., Lawrence, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Shoe. 
No. 1,412,838 ; Apr. 18. 

Brogden, Alvey L., Abbeville, S. C. Dirigible headlight. 
No. 1,420,025; July 4. 

Broge, Richard S. (See Burglund, Andrew, assignor.) 

Brogren, Sven G., and K. Karlsson, Gottenborg, Sweden. 
Burner for petroleum stoves. No. 1,406,338 ; Feb. 14. 

Broido, Benjamin, assignor to The Superheater Company, 
New York. N. Y. Superheater. No: 1,411,680 ; Apr. 4. 

Broido, Benjamin, assignor to The Superheater Company, 
New York, N. Y. Boiler with superheater. No. 
1,411,704; Apr. 4. 

Broido, Benjamin, assignor to The Superheater Company, 
New York, N. Y. Boiler with superheater. No. 
1,417,023 ; May 23. 

Broido, Benjamin, assignor to The Superheater Company, 
New York, N. Y. Water-tube boiler with superheater. 
No. 1,417,024; May 23. 

Broido, Benjamin, assignor to The Superheater Company, 
New York, N. Y. Superheat regulator. No. 1,433,981 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Broido, Benjamin, assignor to The Superheater Company, 
New York, N. Y. Superheater. No. 1,439,862 ; Dec. 26. 

Broluska, Amel B., Detroit, Mich. Slack adjuster for 
vehicle brakes. No. 1,409,996 ; Mar. 21. 

Broman, Peter, assignor to Brown Safety Ladder Mfg. 
Co., Chicago, 111. Ladder-making machine. No. 
1,426,255 ; Aug. 15. 

Brombaeher, Julius, Los Angeles, Calif. Pilot - light 
burner. No. 1,423,750; July 25. 

Bromley. Edson M., Bristol, 111. Hayrack. No. 1,425,171 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Phonograph 
record die holder. No. 1,413,571 ; Apr. 25. 

Bronander. Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Chuck. No. 
1,424,235 ; Aug. 1. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Two-stroke- 
cycle opposed-piston internal combustion engine. No. 
1,432,320; Oct. 17. 

Brondby, Fridtjof N., assignor to A/S Perkussion, Christi- 
ania, Norway. Combined rifle grenade and hand 
grenade. No. 1,416,545 ; May 16. 

Brondby, Fridtjof N., assignor to A/S Perkussion, Christi- 
ania, Norway. Ignition mechanism for hand grenades, 
projectiles, and mines. No. 1,416,662 ; May 16. 

Bronicki, Wladyslaw. (See Putkowski, Charles, assignor.) 

Bronnert, Emile, Mulhouse, France. Manufacture of vis- 
cose silk. No. 1,419,714 ; June 13. 

Bronnert, Emile, Mulhausen, France. Manufacture of ar- 
tificial silk. No. 1,422,412; July 11. 

Bronnert, Emile, Mulhausen, France. Manufacture of arti- 
ficial silk. No. 1,426,953 ; Aug. 22. 

Bronnert, Emile, Mulhausen, Alsace Lorraine, France. 
Drying artificial silk. No. 1,437.491 ; Dec. 5. 

Bronnert, Emile. Niedermorschweiler, near Mulhausen, 
Germany, assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
Chemical Foundation, Inc. Manufacture of lustrous 
threads from crude viscose by means of warm mineral 
acids. No. 1,414,070 ; Apr. 25. 

Bronshvag, Arthur A., New York, N. Y. Picture mount- 
ing. No. 1,403,537 ; Jan. 17. 

Bronson, Adelbert E., Cleveland, Ohio. Dust-cap con- 
struction. No. 1,418,524 ; June 6. 

Bronson, Adelbert E., Cleveland, Ohio. Valve for pneu- 
matic tires. No. 1,426,350; Aug. 22. 

Bronson, Adelbert E., Cleveland, Ohio. Dust cap. No. 
1,432,525 ; Oct. 17. 

Bronson, Fred L.. assignor of one-fifth to H. Alexander, 
one-fifth to A. B. Johnston, one-fifth to H. E. Johnston, 
and one-fifth to A. J. Alexander. Wichita Falls, Tex. 
Spark plug. No. 1 433,117 ; Oct. 24. 

Bronson, John W., New Orleans, La. Cultivating im- 
plement. No. 1,424,552 ; Aug. 1. 

Brook, Basil B., Aberdeen, Wash. Soil or turf renovating 
brush harrow. No. 1,421,060 ; June 27. 

Brook, Percy S. (See Hirst, J. A., and Brook.) 

Brookby, Harry E., Evanston, assignor to United States 
Gypsum Company, Chicago, 111. Composition wallboard 
and making the same. No. 1.428,827 ; Sept. 12. 

Brooker, Howard H., New York, N. Y. Tank-closure lock. 
No. 1,407,922 ; Feb. 28. 

Brookes, Elijah, Stoke-on-Trent, England. Die for form- 
ing handles for cups, etc. No. 1,417,967 ; May 30. 

Brookes, Elijah, Stoke-on-Trent, England. Apparatus for 
the manufacture of pottery. No. 1,417,968; May 30. 

Brookhart, Charles B., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Holder 
for clotheslines and the like. No. 1,408,261 ; Feb. 28. 

Brooklyn Manufacturing Company, The. (See Callum, 
H. B. M.. and Hollister, assignors.) 

Brooklyn Trust Company et al. (See Mackintosh, Edward 
D., assignor.) 

Brookman, Otto B. (See Turpin, J. H., and Brookman.) 

Brooks. Albert A.. Indianapolis, Ind. Gas-pipe cleaner. 
No. 1,435,277; Nov. 14. 



Brooks, Alfred A., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Impeller for centrifugal compressors 
and the like. No. 1,426,954 ; Aug. 22. 

Brooks Bank Note Company. (See Lambert, Russell A., 
assignor.) 

Brooks, Benjamin T. (See Bacon, R. F., and Brooks.) 

Brooks, Benjamin T., Bayside, N. Y., assignor of one- 
half to The Viscoloid Co., Leominster, and one-half 
to The Fiberloid Corporation, Indian Orchard, Mass. 
Manufacture of Borneols and camphene. No. 1,426,036 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Brooks, Boultbee, assignor to J. B. Brooks and Company, 
Limited, Birmingham, England. Cycle, motor-cycle, and 
analogous saddle. No. 1,416,942 ; May 23. 

Brooks, Cassius C, Rowood, Ariz. Resilient wheel. No. 
1,431,285 ; Oct. 10. 

Brooks, Charles D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Composite structure. 
No. 1,428,320 ; Sept. 5. 

Brooks, Charles E., St. Louis, Mo. Tractor. No. 
1,433,257 ; Oct. 24. 

Brooks, Charles P., Pleasant Plains, Ark. Churn. No. 
1,409,823; Mar. 14. 

Brooks, Charles T. (See Sargent, F. G., and Brooks.) 

Brooks, Clifford C, and E. O.- Klemm, assignors to Klemm 
Manufacturing Company, Saginaw, Mich. Automatic 
stop and repeating means for graphophones. No. 
1,406,604; Feb. 14. 

Brooks, Clifford C, and E. O. Klemm, assignors to Klemm 
Manufacturing Company, Saginaw, Mich. Automatic 
stop and repeating means for graphophones. No. 
1,406,605 ; Feb. 14. 

Brooks, Clifford C., and B. O. Klemm, Fenton, as- 
signors to Klemm Manufacturing Company, Saginaw, 
Mich. Automatic stop and repeating means for grapho- 
phones. No. 1,406,606 ; Feb. 14. 

Brooks, Clifford C, and E. O. Klemm, assignors to Klemm 
Manufacturing Company, Saginaw, Mich. Automatic 
stop and repeating means for graphophones. No. 

1.406.607 ; Feb. 14. 

Brooks, Clifford C, and E. O. Klemm, assignors to Klemm 
Manufacturing Company, Saginaw, Mich. Automatic 
stopping and repeating means for graphophones. No. 

1.406.608 ; Feb. 14. 

Brooks, Clifford C. and E. O. Klemm, assignors to Klemm 
Manufacturing Company, Fenton, Mich. Graphophone 
stop mechanism. No. 1,437,959 ; Dec. 5. 

Brooks, Frank P., Clay, Ky. Poultry crate. No. 
1,432,960; Oct. 24. 

Brooks, George W., Topeka, Kans. Screed holder. No. 
1,423,991 ; July 25. 

Brooks, George W., Topeka, Kans. Blackboard. No. 
1,434,989 ; Nov. 7. 

Brooks, Herbert, Ipswich, assignor to Petters Limited, 
Yeovil, Somerset, England. Starting lamp for internal- 
combustion engines. No. 1,421,158 ; June 27. 

Brooks, J. B., and Company. (See Brooks, Boultbee, 
assignor.) 

Brooks, J. B., and Company Limited. (See Lawrence, 
Arthur H., assignor.) 

Brooks, James A., assignor to The J. G. Brill Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Safety gate for cars. No. 1,423,303 ; 
July 18. 

Brooks, James W., Baltimore, Md. Valve. No. 1,439,062 ; 
Dec 19 

Brooks, John C, Paterson, N. J. Loom. No. 1,405,096 ; 
Jan. 31. 

Brooks, John C, Paterson, N. J. Loom. No. 1,426,351 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Brooks, Lloyd B., assignor to Stay-Rite Mfg. Co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Necktie retainer. No. 1,422,658 ; July 11. 

Brooks, Raymond, Benson Mines, N. Y. Theater seat. No. 
1,422,825; July 18. 

Brooks, Stephen H., Cleveland, Ohio. Self-renewing fuse. 
No. 1,416,258 ; May 16. 

Brooks, Stephen H., assignor to Oil Conservation Engineer- 
ing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Gauge-hole cover. No. 
1,403,735; Jan. 17. 

Brooks, Vaughn W., Joliet, 111. Sharpening material. No. 
1,430,052 ; Sept. 26. 

Brooks, Wallace L., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Construction of current-carry- 
ing resistors. No. 1.413,001 ; Apr. 18. 

Brooks, Walter C, Springfield, Mass. Manufacturing bits. 
No. 1,410.990; Mar. 28. 

Brooks. William E., and B. S. Eppes, Battle Creek, Mich. 
Container. No. 1,411,475 ; Apr. 4. 

Brooks, William G., Chicago, 111., and L. G. Riley, Wilkins- 
burg, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manu- 
facturing Company. System of control. No. 1,427,352 ; 
Aug. 29. 

Brooks, Winfred M., South Orange, N. J. Sealing means. 
No. 1,416,683 ; May 23. 

Broome, William, Oswego, N. Y. Carpet or rug fastener. 
No. 1,430,353 ; Sept. 26. 

Broomell, Albert P., deceased. York, Pa. ; J. L. Broomell, 
executrix. Oil-burning apparatus. No. 1,423,181 ; 
July 18. 

Broomell, Janet L., executrix. (See Broomell, Albert P.) 

Brophy, Allen O., Oak Park, III. Dental casting ring. 
No. 1,429,322 ; Sept. 19. 

Rrose, Adolph C. New York. N. Y. Apparatus and method 
for imprinting hard-rubber articles. No. 1,410,732 ; 
Mar. 28. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees— -Continued. 



Brososky, Frank, Haywood, assignor of one-half to A. 
Kubis, . Moundsville, W. Va. Farm wagon. No. 
1,428,748 ; Sept. 12. 

Brossoit, James J., Salt Lake City, Utah. Drill hit. No. 
1,428,415 ; Sept. 5. 

Brothers, Eli, Lynn, Mass., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pat- 
erson, N. J. Pulling-over machine. No. 1,421,394 ; 
July 4. 

Brotherton, Frank. (See Brotherton, Harrison and F.) 

Brotherton, Harrison, Brierfleld, and F. Brotherton, Bow- 
don, England. Device for calculating or computing 
purposes. No. 1,424,194 ; Aug. 1. 

Brotsch, Frederick A., Jr., Rochester, N. T. Pavement. 
No. 1,421,901 ; July 4. 

Brotz, Anton F., assignor to Kohler Company, Kohler, 
Wis. Generator regulator. No. 1,434,365 ; Nov. 7. 

Brouder, Harry, Worcester, Mass. Trousers. No. 
1,419,127; June 13. 

Broughton, Walter C, Kansas City, Mo. Fireproof door. 
No. 1,416,943; May 23. 

Broulheit, Georges, St. Etienne, France. Suspension of 
vehicles. No. 1,411,159; Mar. 28. 

Brouner, Benjamin N., Hyattsville, Md. Combined tool 
box and trestle. No. 1,404,266 ; Jan. 24. 

Broussouse, Fernand L., and P. J. Leboucher, Paris, 
France. Elastic suspension for vehicles and other bodies 
in motion. No. 1,427,060 ; Aug. 22. 

Brouyette, Charles D., Topeka, Kans. Red bottom. No. 
1,431,149; Oct. 10. 

Browand, Benjamin T., Cleveland, Ohio. Tool holder. 
No. 1,406,339 ; Feb. 14. 

Browand, Benjamin T., Cleveland, Ohio. Tool holder. No. 
1,433,527: Oct. 31. 

Brower, George E., Hutchinson, Kans. Axle gauge. No. 
1,433,064; Oct. 24. 

Brower, John, Cheyenne, Wyo. Hinge. No. 1,438,215 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Brower, Lewis N., and P. Werle, Sellersburg, Ind. Plastic 
composition for use as a coating for walls of buildings. 
No. 1,416,684; May 23. 

Brower, Morland A. (See Wegner, William F., assignor.) 

Brower, Willis A., Adrian, assignor to Michigan Mutual 
Liability Company, Detroit, Mich. Safety attachment 
for punch presses. No. 1,418,525 ; June 6. 

Brown, Adolphus L., St. Louis, Mo. Door latch. No. 
1,435,581 ; Nov. 14. 

Brown, Albert, assignor of one-half to G. W. Clevenger, 
Vale, Oreg. Screw casing. No. 1,434,806 ; Nov. 7. 

Brown, Albert F., Los Angeles, and L. B. Burck, Pasa- 
dena Calif. Automatic means for controlling electri- 
cally-heated devices. No. 1,422,735; July 11. 

Brown, Albert J., and J. J. Davies, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Dry dock. No. 1,410,243 ; Mar. 21. 

Brown, Alexander T., Syracuse, N. Y. Agricultural ma- 
chine. No. 1,416,259 ; May 16. 

Brown, Alexander T., Syracuse, N. Y. Swath board for 
mowing machines. No. 1,432,014 ; Oct. 17. 

Brown, Alexander T., Syracuse, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Manufac- 
turing Company, Rochester, N. Y. Electric exchange 
system. (Reissue.) No. 15,261 ; Jan. 10. 

Brown, Alfred J., and G. I. Paulson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Nonresalable box. No. 1,429,185; Sept. 12. 

Brown, Alfred W. (See Howell, J., and Brown.) 

Brown, Amanda C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Protective garment. 
No. 1,418,526 ; June 6. 

Brown. Arnold V., Oak Park, 111. Tip for webbing. No. 
1,426,812 ; June 27. 

Brown, Bascom J., Ensley, Ala. Watch winding chuck. 
No. 1,434,990; Nov. 7. 

Brown, Bernard G. (See Fugitt, Forrest, assignor.) 

Brown, Carlton E., Chicago, 111. Bracket for printome- 
ters. No. 1,423,182 ; July 18. 

Brown, Charles A., et al. (See Earl, George G., assignor.) 

Brown, Charles A., Lorain, Ohio. Cleansing filters. No. 
1,406,340; Feb. 14. 

Brown, Charles A., London, England. Tubular heat ex- 
changer. No. 1,410,548 ; Mar. 28. 

Brown, Charles A., Gardner, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Heywood-Wakefield Company, Boston, Mass. 
Combined hinge and stop for desk lids and the like. 
No. 1,423,513; July 25. 

Brown, Charles H., Ranger, Tex. Grapple. No. 1,421,159 ; 
June 27. 

Brown, Charles H., Indianapolis, Ind. Shock absorber. 
No. 1,425,834 ; Aug. 15. 

Brown, Charles H., assignor of twenty-four and one-half 
per eent to J. Ecklund and twenty-four and one-half 
per cent to G. R. Lincks, Richmond, Calif. Antjknock- 
ing device for pistons of internal-combustion engines. 
No. 1,425,630 ; Aug. 15. 

Brown, Charles M., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Recovering 
potassium and aluminum from feldspar. No. 1,402,831 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Brown, Charles S., Bethel, Me. Feed wheel for spool 
machines. No. 1,421,395 ; July 4. 

Brown, Charles W., Utica, N. Y, assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company. Folding and trimming 
mechanism for sewing machines. No. 1,438,293 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Brown, Charlie E., Findlay, Ohio. Roundabout. No. 
1,418,775; Juna 8. 



Brown, Chauncey L., assignor to Northfield Iron Com- 
pany, Northfield, Minn. Journal box for mixing ma- 
chines. No. 1,407,186 ; Feb. 21. 

Brown, Chester W., Chicago, 111. Knife and scissors 
sharpener. No. 1,414,172 ; Apr. 25. 

Brown, Christopher, Charleroi, Pa. Edge-smoothine ma- 
chine. No. 1,415,785; May 9. 

Brown, Christopher, Charleroi, l'a., assignor to Pitts- 
burgh Plate Glass Company. Sheet-glass clamp. No. 
1,431,928; Oct 17. 

Brown, Clarence C. (See Weeks, S. R., and Brown.) 

Brown, Clarence D., Washington, D. C. Faucet. No. 
1,408,979 ; Mar. 7. 

Brown, Clarence J. and C. F., assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Brown Paper Goods Company, Chicago, 111. 
Machine for forming paper receptacles. No. 1,419,355 ; 
June 13. 

Brown, Claude C. (See Reese, C. C, and Brown.) 

Brown, Claude F. (See Brown, Clarence J. and C. F.) 

Brown, Oem D. (See Morgan, E., and Brown.) 

Brown, Clement, Birchfield, Birmingham, England. Car- 
buretor for internal-combustion engines. No. 1,422,413 ; 
July 11. 

Brown Clutch Co., The. (See Hottman, Charles W., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Brown, Colin, Rochester, N. Y. Powder distributor. No. 
1,422,253; July 11. 

Brown Company. (See Brown, O. B., Moore, Parker, 
and Martinson, assignors.) 

Brown Company. (See Chase, A. W., and Van Arsdel, 
assignors.) 

Brown Company. (See Parker, Howard, assignor.) 

Brown Company. (See Richter, G. A., and Van Arsdel, 
assignors.) 

Brown Company. (See Richter, George A., assignor.) 

Brown, Cuthbert J. (See Wilson, C. H., and Brown.) 

Brown, Davis, Bucyrus, Ohio. Cooler. No. 1,410,365 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Brown, Douglas S. M. (See Fairbank, Henry, assignor.) 

Brown, E. W. (See Rote, Charles V., assignor.) 

Brown, Earl R., Redlands, Calif. Ore separator. No. 
1,422,736; July 11. 

Brown, Edmund C, Hardin, Mont. Washing machine. 
No. 1,435,628; Nov. 14. 

Brown, Edward, Hartford, Conn. Wrench. No. 1,406,531 : 
Feb. 14. 

Brown, Edward H., Cleveland, Ohio. Jeweler's tray. No. 
1,436,233; Nov. 21. 

Brown, Edward W., assignor of nine-tenths to The Brown 
Motor Company, Sparks, and one-tenth to R. P. Roope, 
Chandler, Okla. Motor. No. 1,423,395 ; July 18. 

Brown, Elona, Jacksonville, Fla. Brassiere. No. 1,431,439 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Brown. Emmett J.. Detroit. Mich. Line holder. No. 
1,432,526 ; Oct. 17. 

Brown, Farmer A., Collinsville, Ala. Hay press. No. 
1,435,102; Nov. 7. 

Brown, Foydlce C, Selma, Calif. Lock. 1,434,325 ; Oct. 31. 

Brown, Francis A. J., Clifton. England. Pump and th« 
like. No. 1,427,512; Aug. 29. 

Brown, Francis M., Wilson, Okla. Brace. No. 1,433,776 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Brown, Francis N., Jr., El Paso, Tex. Lock for radiator 
caps. No. 1,415,517 ; May 9. 

Brown, Frank D., Burkburnett, Tex. Washing machine. 
No. 1,427,061 ; Aug. 22. 

Brown, Frank H. (See Ziemba, John, assignor.) 

Brown, Frank O., St. Louis, Mo. Electrically-heated 
tongs. No. 1,422,826 ; July 18. 

Brown, Frank W., et al. (See Von Vargyas, Eugene, as- 
signor.) 

Brown, Fred C; Seattle, Wash. Portable self-heating 
hot-water radiator. No. 1,433,065 ; Oct. 24. 

Brown, Frederick S., Torrington, Conn. Soap-holding 
brush. No. 1,423,992; July 25. 

Brown, Garnet C., Dayton, assignor to The Willys-Over- 
land Company, Toledo, Ohio. Lubricating system. No. 
1,427,190 ; Aug. 29. 

Brown, Geo. W., & Son, State Bank, trustee. (See Frost, 
Ralph I., assignor.) 

Brown, George R., Bondi, near Sydney, New South 
Wales, Australia, assignor to Electrostatic Separation 
Company, Limited, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 
Process and apparatus for electrostatic separation of 
finely-divided discrete material. No. 1,422,026 ; July 4. 

Brown, George W., Grafton, W. Va. Well-capping de- 
vice. No. 1,409,660; Mar. 14. 

Brown, George W., Grafton, W. Va. Grain cradle. No. 
1,419,609; June 13. 

Brown, Gouverneur G. (See Dallmeyer, T. D., Brown, 
and Schultz.) 

Brown, Grace C, San Francisco, Calif. Water cycle. 
No. 1,422,533 ; Jul/ 11. 

Brown, Grover C, Johnstown, Pa. Clothes drier. No. 
1,438,630; Dec. 12. 

Brown, Guy B., Gardner, Mass. Machine for shaping 
articles. No. 1,407,724; Feb. 28. 

Brown, Guy C, Waco, Tex. Pneumatic truck tire chang- 
ing device. No. 1.415,865: May 16. 

Brown, Hanson & Boettcher. (See Dienner, John A., 
assignor.) 

Brown, Harold M., assignor to The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Tire-making machine. 
No. 1,438,156; Dec. 5. 



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Brown. Harry E., Wichita, Kans. Wrench. No. 1,404,089; 

Jan. 17. 
Brown, Harry E., Grenola, Kans. Adjuster. No. 1,424,799 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Brown, Harry M., New Kensington, Pa. Car coupling. 
No. 1.429.1S6 ; Sept. 12. 

Brown, Harry M., assignor to Spring Stopper Company, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for making bottles, etc. No. 
1,406,722 ; Feb. 14. 

Brown, Harry W., Buffalo, N. Y. Meat-handling appara- 
tus. No. 1,416,443 ; May 16. 

Brown, Hattie, Bellewood, Miss. Car steps. No. 
1.404,189; Jan. 24. 

Brown, Henry A. (See Cammack, L. H., and Brown.) 

Brown, Henry B., assignor to Taylor Instrument Com- 
panies, Rochester, N. Y. Damping device for electrical 
Instruments. No. 1,429,840 ; Sept. 19. 

Brown, Henry B., assignor to Automatic Electric Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Impulse-correcting repeater. No. 
1,435,206 ; Nov. 14. 

Brown, Henry J., New York, N.' Y. Phonograph booth. 
No. 1,407,322 ; Feb. 21. 

Brown, Herbert C. (See Seaboldt, B., and Brown.) 

Brown, Herman E., Kingston. N. Y., and J. H. Stover, 
Nutley, N. J., assignors to Sona Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Plastic binding and waterproofing ma- 
terial and making the same. No. 1,431,455 ; Oct. 10. 

Brown, Hiram F., assignor of one-third to L. E. Brown 
and one-third to Peter B. Hansen, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Automobile electric hood heater. No. 1,407,725 ; Feb. 28. 

Brown Hoisting Machinery Company, The. (See Dowd, 
John P., assignor.) 

Brown Hoisting Machinery Company, The. (See Loucks, 
James F., assignor.) 

Brown Hoisting Machinery Company, The. (See Monroe, 
Will K~ assignor.) 

Brown, Howard B.. Olean, N. Y. Shaft coupling. No. 
1,431,286; Oct. 10. 

Brown, Howard S., Oasis, Utah. Steam cooker. No. 
1,430,532 ; Oct. 3. 

Brown, Ida, San Francisco, Calif. Hose-supporter clasp. 
No. 1,421,061 ; June 27. 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Brown, R. P., and 
Wagner, assignors.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Brown, Richard 
P., assignor.) 

Brown, Irwin C, Minneapolis, and T. Hille, Fergus Falls, 
Minn. Device for controlling headlights. No. 1,409,661 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Brown, Isaac, New York, N. Y. Flexible dental bridge 
attachment. No. 1,438,167 ; Dec. 12. 

Brown, Isaac, New York, N. Y. Dental root or tooth 
dresser. No. 1,438,168; Dec. 12. 

Brown, J. W., Manufacturing Company, The. (See Brown, 
John W.. assignor.) 

Brown, James A., et al. (See Rathman, Gilbert, assignor.) 

Brown, James H., New York. N. Y. Shell frame for eye- 
glasses. No. 1.428,749; Sept. 12. 

Brown, James M., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Switchboard 
lamp. No. 1,415,984 ; May 16. 

Brown, James M., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Controller. 
No. 1,421,160; June 27. 

Brown, James N., assignor of one-half to J. C. Little, Des 
Moines, Iowa. Latch. No. 1,415,786 ; May 9. 

Brown, James S., and R. R. Johnson, Warba, Minn. Egg 
case. No. 1,416 604 ; May 16. 

Brown, James W., assignor to Chain Belt Company, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Unistrand conveying elevator. No. 
1,439,141 ; Dec. 19. 

Brown, Jasper C., Los Angeles, Calif. Curtain. No. 
1,407,248; Feb. 21. 

Brown, Jesse J.. Hayward, Calif. Rock and sand heater 
and grader. No. 1.480.790 : Oct. 3. 

Brown, John. (See Myer, B., and Brown.) 

Brown, John. (See Myer, B. W., and Brown.) 

Brown, John A., Dallas. Tex. Sash lock. No. 1,403,144; 
Jan. 10. 

Brown, John H., Spavinaw Creek, Okla. Heating system. 
No. 1,421,902 ; July 4. 

Brown, John L.. Catonsville, Md., assignor of one-tenth to 
C. W. Smiley, one-tenth to .T. Cohen, and one-tenth to 
G. L Rogers. Baltimore, Md. Induction furnace. No. 
1,402,832; Jan. 10. 

Brown, John Ws assignor to The J. W. Brown Manufac- 
turing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Lamp. No. 1,413,962 ; 
Apr. 26. 

Brown, John W., jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Dashpot. No. 
1,434,197; Oct. 31. 

Brown, Joseph A., Hermleigh, Tex. Railway spike. No. 
1,438,575; Dec. 12. 

Brown, Joseph F. (See Logan, T. A., Brown, and Davis.) 

Brown, Joseph L., Alpine, Tex. Pipe clamp. No. 1,430,791 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Brown. Joseph S., Portland, Oreg. Toe clip. No. 
1,417,447; May 23. 

Brown, Julius A., Peekskill. N. Y. Reproducer for phono- 
graphs. No. 1,406,258; Feb. 14. 

Brown, L. E., et al. (See Brown, Hiram F., assignor.) 

Brown. Lanville A., Kansas City, Mo. Folding bed. No. 
1,403,465; Jan. 10. 



Brown, Leon C. (See Haviland, C. M., and Brown.) 

Brown, Lewis S., Saginaw, Mich. Hook button. No. 
1,438,294; Dec. 12. 

Brown, Lloyd, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Silent 
Drama Syndicate, a trusteeship ; Lloyd Brown and 
Alexander Graydon, trustees. Film gate for klneto- 
graph mechanism. No. 1,404,707 ; Jan. 24. 

Brown, Lloyd, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Silent 
Drama Syndicate, a trusteeship ; L. Brown and A. Gray- 
don, trustees. Magazine and magazine attachment for 
kinetographs. No. 1,428,138 ; Sept. 5. 

Brown, Lloyd, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Silent 
Drama Syndicate, a trusteeship ; L. Brown and A. Gray- 
don, trustees. Picture studio. No. 1,428,139 ; Sept. 5. 

Brown, Lloyd, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Silent 
Drama Syndicate, a trusteeship ; L. Brown and A. Gray- 
don, trustees. Construction for motion-picture cameras 
or the like. No. 1,428,321 ; Sept. 5. 

Brown, Louis H. (See O'Donnell, John, jr., assignor.) 

Brown, Lucius A., assignor to The M. M. Johnson Com- 
pany, Clay Center, Nebr. Incubator. No. 1,414,858 ; 
May 2. 

Brown, Lucy P., St. Louis, Mo. Graduated copyholder 
guide. No. 1,435,375 ; Nov. 14. 

Brown, Max. (See Bonner, William T., assignor.) 

Brown, Max, Biookline, Mass. Vulcanized sole. No. 
1,428,356; Sept. 5. 

Brown, Max, Boston, Mass. Molded sole. No. 1,432,961 ; 
Oct. 24. 

Brown, Merton V., Detroit, Mich. Transmission mecha- 
nism. No. 1,429,323 ; Sept. 19. 

Brown, Milton D., assignor of one-half to C. V. Barfield, 
San Francisco, Calif. Sifter. No. 1,416,260 ; May. 16. 

Brown, Milton F., et al., trustees. (See Pelot, Frank D., 
assignor.) 

Brown, Mortimer J., assignor to The Pacific R. & H. 
Chemical Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Apparatus 
for measuring and gasifying liquids. No. 1,426,831 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Brown Motor Company, The, et al. (See Brown, Edward 
W., assignor.) 

Brown, Myer. (See Hitchcock, George E., assignor.) 

Brown, Nicholas E. (See Johnson, C. E., and Brown.) 

Brown, Non H., Davenport, Iowa. Line reel. No. 
1,439,726 ; Dec. 26. 

Brown, Oakley T., Audubon, N. J., assignor to Camden Iron 
Works. Gas-producer construction. No. 1,403,890 ; 
Jan. 17. 

Brown, Oakley T., Audubon, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to United States Cast Iron Pipe & Foundry Com- 
pany, Burlington, N. J. Coal feed for gas producers or 
furnaces. No. 1,429,711 ; Sept. 10. 

Brown, Oakley T., Audubon, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to United States Cast Iron Pipe and Foundry 
Company, Burlington, N. J. Gas-producer feed. No. 
1,433,109; Oct. 24. 

Brown, Orlando H., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 
Grain elevator. No. 1,422,534 ; July 11. 

Brown, Orton B., H. K. Moore, and H. Parker, Berlin, 
N. H., and H. M. Martinson, La Tuque, Quebec, Canada, 
assignors to Brown Company, Portland, Me. Method of 
and apparatus for washing pulp. No. 1,421,664 ; July 4. 

Brown. Oscar E., Lancaster, Pa. Valve grinder. No. 
1,430,285 ■ Sept. 26. 

Brown, P. T., Construction Company. (See Whelpley, 
Earl G., assignor.) 

Brown Paper Goods Company. (See Brown, Clarence J. 
and C. F., assignors.) 

Brown, Patrick J. (See Hartwick, L. M., and Brown.) 

Brown, Percy, and F. J. Bostock, Huddersfield, England, 
assignors to Timken-Detroit Axle Company. Forming 
gears by grinding. No. 1,415,016 ; May 9. 

Brown, Peter, Hampton, Va. Ice-cream-cone carrier. No. 
1,427,440; Aug. 29. 

Brown, Phelps, Springfield, Mass. Actuating mechanism 
for magnetos. No. 1,427,718 ; Aug. 29. 

Brown, Philip. (See Bush, E. M., and Brown.) 

Brown, Ralph D. (See Luetgert, A. C, and Meiklejohn, 
assignors.) 

Brown, Ralph L. (See Sperr, F. W., Jr., and Brown.) 

Brown, Ralph L., assignor to The Koppers Company, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Purification of phenol-contaminated 
liquors. No. 1,437,394 ; Dec. 5. 

Brown, Ray M., Yonkers, assignor to H. L. Ingersoll, 
White Plains. N. Y. Safety clutch for booster motors. 
No. 1,437,129 ; Nov. 28. 

Brown, Raymond T., Lima, Ohio. Wrench. No. 1,420,409 ; 
June 20. 

Brown, Reinhardt H., assignor to Outing Kumfy Kab 
Company, Laporte, Ind. Child's vehicle. No. 1,409,280 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Brown, Richard P., assignor to The Brown Instrument 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Clamping device for meas- 
uring instruments. No. 1,436,430; Nov. 21. 

Brown, Richard P., and F. Wagner, assignors to The 
Brown Instrument Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Multi- 
ple-recording instrument. No. 1,422,920; July 18. 

Brown, Robert, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Headlamp for 
•automobiles. No. 1,430,433; Sept. 26. 

Brown, Robert E., Olean, N. Y. Combination razor case, 
hone, and strop. No. 1,425.446 ; Aug. 8. 

Brown, Robert G., George School, Pa., assignor to J. E. 
Streitelmeier, Cincinnati, Ohio. Phonograph brake. 
No. 1,419,214; June 13. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Brown, Robert G., Swarthmore, Pa., and J. E. Strietel- 

meier, Cincinnati, Ohio ; said Brown assignor to said 

Strietelmeier. Automatic repeater. No. 1,413,554 ; 

Apr. 18. 
Brown, Robert J., assignor of one-half to J. F. Walden, 

Merryville, La. Oil-well drill bit. No. 1,421,396; 

July 4. 
Brown Safety Ladder Mfg. Co. (See Broman, Peter, 

assignor.) 
Brown, Sidney 6., North Acton, England. Repeater for 

gyrocompasses. No. 1,419,010 ; June 6. 
Brown, Silas B., assignor to The Edwards Manufacturing 

Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Toy pistol. No. 1,438,017 ; 

Dec. 5. 
Brown, Spencer K., Syracuse, N. Y. Valve gear. No. 

1,436,939; Nov. 28. 
Brown, Stanley, Garden City, assignor to The Griscom 

Russell Company, New York, N. Y. Evaporator system. 

No. 1,405,483 ; Feb. 7. 
Brown, Stewart. (See Matthews, Jacob S. and W. J., 

and Brown.) 
Brown, Stewart, Chicago, 111. Hand-propelled vehicle. 

No. 1,410,449 ; Mar. 21. 
Brown, Stewart, Chicago, 111. Water vaporizer. No. 

1,431,719; Oct. 10. 
Brown, Theodore H., assignor of one-third to C. E. Oven- 
shire, one-third to J. C. MacDonald, and one-third to 

E. C. Ovenshire, Minneapolis, Minn. Nut lock. No. 

1,424,277; Aug. 1. 
Brown, Theophilus. assignor to Deere and Company, Mo- 
line, 111. Motor cultivator. No. 1,411,476 ; Apr. 4. 
Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 

111. Tractor hitch. No. 1,418,228 ; May 30. 
Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deere and Company, Mo- 
line, 111. Lister motor cultivator. No. 1,426,544 ; 

Aug. 22. 
Brown, Theodore P., et al., trustees. (See White, Frank 

C, assignor.) 
Brown, Thomas A.. Broken Arrow, Okla. Tumping outfit. 

No. 1,431,095 ; Oct. 3. 
Brown, Thomas E. (See Hoover, W. W., and Brown.) 
Brown, Thomas B., and J. N. Etheredge, Macon, Ga. 

Attachment for lathes. No. 1,407,249 ; Feb. 21. 
Brown, Thomas E„ Jr., Morristown, N. J. Bascule bridge. 

No. 1,406,259 ; Feb. 14. 
Brown, Thomas J. W., Washington, D. C. Pin fastener. 

No. 1,433,173; Oct. 24. 
Brown, Thomas R., Sparkill, N. Y., assignor ito The 

Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerdlng, Pa. 

Combined car and electric coupling. No- 1,412,384 ; 

Apr. 11. 
Brown, Vernon M., Anthony, Kans. Trapper's spring 

gun. No. 1,424,614; Aug. 1. 
Brown, Walter. (See Brown, William and W.) 
Brown, Walter A., Los Angeles, Calif. Separating and 

topping hydrocarbons from a water mixture. No. 

1,419,610; June 13. 
Brown, Walter D. R,. and W. T. Pickston, Bolton, England. 

Apparatus for automatic and continuous analysis and 

recording of gases. No. 1,422,080 ; July 11. 
Brown, Walter H., Pasadena, Calif. Low-pressure alarm 

for pneumatic tires. No. 1,424,278 ; Aug. 1. 
Brown, Walter R., Decatur, 111. Invalid bed. No. 

1,407,631 ; Feb. 21. 
Brown, Watson A., Rochester, N. Y. Autographic camera. 
- No. 1.402,833 ; Jan. 10. 
Brown, Watson A., Rochester, N. Y. Recording camera. 

No. 1,413,253 ; Apr. 18. 
Iliown, Wilbur F., Charleston, W. Va., assignor to The 

Libbey-Owens Sheet Glass Company, Toledo, Ohio. Stir- 
ring molten glass in continuous tank furnaces. No. 

! 414,008; Apr. 25, 
Brown, Willard W. (See Rogers, Charles L., and M. C, 

and Brown.) 
Brown. William, Osakis, Minn. Spraying machine. No. 

1,433,174 ; Oct. 24. 
Brown, William and W., assignors to Wra. Simons and 

Company, Limited, Renfrew, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 

Dredger. No. 1,408,498 ; Mar. 7. 
Brown, William C, assignor to J. K. Rush, Syracuse, 

N. Y. Weed attachment for fishing bait. No. 1,419,540 ; 

June 13. 
Brown, William F., San Antonio, Tex. Trailer for 

land vehicles. No. 1,404,575 ; Jan. 24. 
Brown, William H., assignor to H. H. Franklin Mfg. Com- 
pany, Syracuse, N. Y. Calculating machine. No. 

1,426,710; Aug. 22. 
Brown, William H. A., assignor of one-half to H. G. 

Clark and one-half to J. H. Bentley, Chicago, 111. 

Window-cleaning device. No. 1,419,356; June 13. 
Brown, William H. A., assignor to J. H. Bentley, Chicago, 

111. Bottle stopper or closure. No. 1,436,645 ; Nov. 28. 
Brown, William I., Syracuse, N. Y. Attachment for 

violins and analogous string instruments. No. 

1,422,827 ; July 18. 
Brown, William J., New York. N. Y. Device for boring 

connecting rods. No. 1,414,337; May 2. 
Brown, William J., assignor to H. W. Beach, Newark, N. J. 

Spraying nozzle. No. 1,430.533 : Oct. 3. 
Brown, William L., Gloversville, N. Y. Traffic guide or 

signal. No. 1,414,173 ; Apr. 25. 
Brown, William M., Johnstown, Pa. Switch stand. No. 

1.416,397; May 16. 



Brown, William M., and H. F. A. Kleinschmidt, Johns- 
town, Pa. Clamping mechanism. No. 1,433.600; Oct. 31. 
Brown, William M., C. Burton, and S. C. Weeks, Johns- 
town, Pa. Switch stand. No. 1,431,365 ; Oct. 10.- 
Brown, William P., and G. M. Brittain, San Francisco, 
Calif. Mixer for welding torches. No. 1,414,454 ; May 2. 
Brown, William P., T. A. Errett, and G. M. Brittain, San 
Francisco, Calif. Cutting tip for torches. No. 1,439,861 ; 
Dec. 26. 
Brown, William R., Oakville, Manitoba, Canada. Tort- 
able building. No. 1,433.777 ; Oct. 31. 
Brown, William S. (See Davis, C. W., and Brown.) 
Brown, William S., Wallace, Idaho. Ore-separating de- 
vice. No. 1,423,751 ; July 25. 
Brown, Winfred A. (See Watters, G. M., and Brown.) 
Brown & Bigelow. (See Fischer, Howard L., assignor.) 
Brown & Bigelow. (See Kristofek, Frank J., assignor.) 
Brown & Bigelow. (See Richards, Frank F., assignor.) 
Brown & Bigelow. (See Welcker, Paul H., assignor.) 
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Parker, 

John W., assignor.) 
Brownback, Henry L., Norristown, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to T. O'Leary, Philadelphia, Pa. Explosive 
engine. No. 1,414,009 ; Apr. 25. 
Browne, Charles A., Brockton, Mass. Hand wheel. No. 

1,433,118; Oct. 24. 
Browne, Frank A., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to The Barber 
Asphalt Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Tandem roller. 
No. 1,421,665 ; July 4. 
Browne, Hugh M., Washington, D. C. Signal. No. 

1,438,576 ; Dec. 12. 
Browne, Hugh M., assignor of one-fifth to A. Taconelli, 
Washington, D. C. Furnace draft controller. No. 

1.405.749 ; Feb. 7. 

Browne, John D., Springfield, Mass. Band-joining device. 

No. 1,415,918; May 16. 
Browne, Joseph A., Portland, Oreg. Stone raker. No. 

1.405.750 ; Feb. 7. 

Browne, Theodore C, Belmont, Mass., and C. F. Brush, 
Jr., Cleveland, Ohio, assignors to American Thermo- 
phone Company, Boston, Mass. Thermophone and 
making it. No. 1,407,726; Feb. 28. 

Browne, Warren A., Hempstead, N. Y. Toy. No. 
1,421,161 ; June 27. 

Brownell, Charles O., Battle Creek, Mich. Wrapping ma- 
chine. No. 1,416,165 ; May 16. 

Brownell, George L., Worcester, Mass. Friction device 
for twisting and like machines. No. 1,409,824 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Brownell, John R., Dayton, Ohio. Combined tire carrier 
and casing. No. 1,426,455 ; Aug. 22. 

Brownfield, Walter J., St. Louis, Mo. Transmission band. 
No. 1,406,440; Feb. 14. 

Browning. George, Chicago, 111. Safety razor. No. 

1.436.751 ; Nov. 28. 

Browning, John B., Camden, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, of fiftv-one one-hundredths to The Bruns- 
wick-Balke-Collender Company. Talking-machine cabi- 
net and amplifier. No. 1.402,738; Jan. 10. 

Browning, John M., Ogden, Utah. Firearm. No. 
1,424,553 ; Aug. 1. 

Browning, Roy C, Williamsport, Pa. Rafter framer. No. 
1,412,162; Apr. 11. 

Huelva, Spain. Production of 
from sulphurous gases. No. 



Huelva, Spain. Extraction of 



Price-marking 
W., and Bru- 



Browning, Walter J., 

hydrogen sulphide 

1,407,323 ; Feb. 21. 

Browning, Walter J., 

metals. No. 1,407,324 ; Feb. 21. 

Brownlee, Alexander, San Diego, Calif. Reenforced con- 
crete construction for piers, bulkheads, sea walls, and 
dry docks. No. .1,414,620 ; May 2. 

Brownson, Ralph, Hastings, Minn. Mop wringer. No. 
1,426,456; Aug. 22. 

Broz, George F., San Francisco, Calif, 
device. No. 1,439,400; Dec. 19. 

Bruback, Theodore M. (See Linaker, F. 
back.) 

Brubaker, Gordon M., jr., assignor to W. L. Brubaker & 
Bros. Company, Millersburg, Pa. Stay-bolt tap. No. 
1,434,870 ; Nov. 7. 

Brubaker, W. L., & Bros. Company. (See Brubaker, 
Gordon M., jr., assignor.) 

Brubaker, William A., Akron, Ohio. Cushion tire. No. 
1,414,252; Apr. 25. 

Bruce, Albert R., Detroit, Mich. Armor for pneumatic 
tires. No. 1,409,522 ; Mar. 14. 

Bruce, Alfred W., New York, N. Y. Locomotive driving 
connection. No. 1,413,317 ; Apr. 18. 

Bruce, Alfred W., New York, N. Y. Lateral-motion ap- 
pliance for locomotive driving boxes. No. 1,414,455; 
May 2. 

Bruce, Alfred W., New York, N. Y. Lateral-motion appli- 
ance for locomotive driving boxes. No. 1,414,456 ; May 2. 

Bruce, Alfred W., New York, N. Y. Lateral-motion ap- 
pliance for locomotive driving boxes. No. 1,428,625 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Bruce, Carl W., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Screening ap- 
paratus. No. 1,405,269 ; Jan. 31. 

Bruce. George, K. (See Benson, D., and Bruce.) 

Bruce, John A. (See Marshall, Ci. R., and Bruce.) 

Bruce, John S., Birmingham, England. Fastener fot 
hinged doors or windows such as the doors of show 
•cases and the like. No. 1,438.894 ; Dec. 12. 



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Bruce, Olof L., and E. Aze, Minneapolis, Minn. Vulcaniz- 
ing core. No. 1,408,980 ; Mar. 7. 
Bruce. Thomas J., Chicago, 111. Luhricating system. No. 

1.435,103 : Nov. 7. 
Bruce, William J.. Escanaba, Mich. Magazine hinder. 

No. 1,430,857 ; Nov. 28. 
Bruce, William M., et al. (See Galopin, Henri, assignor.) 

Bruck, Edward, Spokane, Wash. Combined humidifier and 

palette attachment. No. 1,414,338; May 2. 
Bruck, Herman F., Galion, Ohio. Attachment for food 

grinders. No. 1,427,719 ; Aug. 29. 
Bruck, William A., Pearl River, N. Y. Fowl cleaner. 
No. 1,421.397; July 4. 

Binder, Albert A., Holly, Mich. Furnace. No. 1,419,011 ; 
June 6. 

Brudcr, Edmund, Chicago, assignor to H. I. Koppelman, 
Wilmette, 111. Dispenser. No. 1,411,477; Apr. 4. 

Bruder, Edmund, Chicago, assignor to H. I. Koppelman, 

Wilmette. 111. Dispenser. No. 1,415,218 ; May 9. 
Bruder, Edmund, Chicago, assignor of one-half to H. I. 
Koppelman, Wilmette, 111. Paper towel and like ma- 
chine. No. 1,424,709; Aug. 1. 

Brueck, Joseph, and N. Salter, New York, N. Y. Fountain 
comb. No. 1.408,262 ; Feb. 28. 

Bruening, Joseph G., Cleveland, Ohio. Windshield. No. 
1,429,223 ; Sept. 19. 

Brugler, Elmer G., Rochester, N. Y. Auto signaling de- 
vice. No. 1,406,532 ; Feb. 14. 

Bruhn, Friedrich W. 6., Wilmersdorf, near Berlin, Ger- 
many. Fare indicator for vehicles. No. 1,436,646 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Bruhn, George C, Jr., Wheeling, W. Va. Liquid-fuel-deliv- 
ery device. No. 1,402,565 ; Jan. 3. 

Bruhn, (iustav A., Harburg-on-the-Elbc, assignor to Fried. 
Krupp Aktiengesellschaft, Essen-on-the-Rubr. Germany. 
Process of and apparatus for aging and disintegrating 
superphosphate masses.' No. 1,430.621 ; Oct. 3. 

Bruman, Otto F. (See Graetzer, O., and Bruman.) 

Bruman, Otto F., Zurich-Enge, assignor to Festa A. G., 
Zurich, Switzerland. Water - heating faucet. No. 
1,429,060 ; Sept. 12. 

Brumbaek, Thomas J., Cape Girardeau, Mo. Building 
wall. No. 1,432,962 ; Oct. 24. 

Brumbaugh, John II., Wilmette, 111., assignor to Automatic 
Sprinkler Companv of America, New York, N. Y. Meter 
alarm valve. No. 1,414,723 ; May 2. 

Brumme. Frank J., Cooksville, 111. Speed-control device 
for internal - combustion engines. No. 1,410,796 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Brumitt, Emmett A. (See Smith, William A., assignor.) 

Brun, Gaetan, Paris, France. Self-propelling travelling 
crane. No. 1,408,263 ; Feb. 28. 

Brun, Joseph, Chaux de Fond, Switzerland, assignor of one- 
half to C. F. Depollier, Brooklyn, N. Y. Watch, etc. 
No. 1,418,427 ; June 6. 

Bruncken, Johannes, Coln-Bickendorf, Germany. Starting 
induction motors. No. 1,437,886 ; Dec. 5. 

Brundage, Harry, San Francisco, Calif., assignor to G. W. 
Koerner, New York, N. Y. Paper file and binder. No 
1,423,076 ; July 18. 

Brundage, Lowell M., Thompson, Pa. Pin inserter and 
remover. No. 1.425,447 ; Aug. 8. 

Brune, Ileinrich, and H. Horst, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany, assignors to The Corporation of Gesellschaft 
fiir Maschinelle Druckentwasserung mit beschrankter 
Haftung, at Uerdingen, Niederrhein, Germany. Utiliz- 
ing coal slimes. No. 1.416,546 ; May 16. 

Brunei], Homer A. (See Bnrtnett. Everett E.. assignor.) 

Brunell. Joseph, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Method for use 
in the manufacture of shoes. No. 1,418,359 ; June 6. 

Brunelle, Wilfrid A.. South Hadlev Falls, Mass. Renew- 
able fuse. No. 1,414,977 ; May 2. 

Brunei-, Robert L., Corinth, Miss. Sampling apparatus. 
No. 1,418,065 ; May ?0. 

Bruner, Simon, New York, N. Y. Watch casing. No. 
1,404,090; Jan. 17. 

Brunett, Dewitt A.. Minneapolis, Minn. Auxiliary hot 
water and heating system. No. 1.402,045 ; Jan. 3. 

Brunett, Dewitt A., Minneapolis, Minn. Hot-air furnace. 
(Reissue.) No. 15,372; June 6. 

Brunig. Frederick II., Kansas City, Mo. Pneumatic-tire- 
defiation signal. No. l,4li,705 ; Apr. 4. 

Brunner, Albert. Santa Barbara, Calif. Electric chime 
clock. No. 1.414,253; Apr. 25. 

Brunner, Alexander, Newark, N-. J. Oil gauge for internal- 
combustion engines. No. 1,419,012 ; June 6. 

Brunner, Earl H., New Albany, Ind. Rail joint. No. 
1.403,938 ; Jan. 17. 

Brunner, Hans. Amsterdam, Netherlands. Locking device. 
No. 1,413,572 ; Apr. 25. 

Brunner. Hans, assignor to Essex Rubher Company, Tren- 
ton. N. J. Scraper. No. 1,411,907 ; Apr. 4. 

Brunner. Herbert R.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Van Kannel Revolving Door Company, New York. N. Y. 
Air.-preheating device for furnaces. No. 1.430,936 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Brunner, Herbert R.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Van Kannel Revolving Door Company, New York, N. Y. 
Air-preheating device for stoves and furnaces. No. 
1.433,601 : Oct. 31. 

Brunner, Richard. (See Lieberherr, J., and Brunner.) 

Brunner, Rudolph. (See Seib, L., and Brunner.) 



Brunner, Walter. (See Schmidlin, J., and Brunner.) 

Bruno, Carlo, Turin, Italy. Springing-suspension device 
for cycles. No. 1,412,012 ; Apr. 4. 

Bruno, Michael A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Amusement device. 
No. 1,416,783; May 23. 

Bruns, Alfred E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Container. No. 
1,425,236 ; Aug. 8. 

Bruns, August, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bag. No. 1,426,814 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Brunson, James I., et al. (See Butler, Israel, assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Bishop, 
Joseph W., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Brown- 
ing, John B., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Iledens- 
koog, Ernest, assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Nystrom, 
M., and Spring, assignors.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (Sec Nystrom, 
Martin, assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company. (See Thomson, P., 
and Whelan, assignors.) 

Brunswick-Kroeschell Company. (See Couch, Frederick 
F., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Kroeschell Company. (See Jones, Walter, as- 
signor.) 

Brush, Alanson P. (See Nacker, Owen M., assignor.) 

Brush, Alanson P., Detroit, Mich. Antifriction "bearing. 
No. 1,404,430; Jan. 24. 

Brush, Alanson P., Detroit, Mich. Muffler. No. 1,426,352 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Brush, Alanson P., Detroit, Mich. Antifriction bearing. 
No. 1,426,353 ; Aug. 22. 

Brush, Alanson P., Detroit, Mich. Charge-producing de- 
vice for internal-combustion engines. No. 1,430,792 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Brush, Alanson P., Detroit, Mich., Manifold for internal- 
combustion engines. No. 1.437,395 ; Dec. 5. 

Brush, Alanson P., Detroit, Mich. Internal-combustion 
engine and operating the same. No. 1,437,396 ; Dec. 5. 

Brush, Charles F., Jr. (See Browne, T. C, and Brush.) 

Brush, Leroy E., Elgin, 111. Expansible reamer. No. 
1,409,825 ; Mar. 14. 

Brusbwiler, Robert, and A. Otto, Detroit, Mich., as- 
signors to Morgan & Wright. Machine for mounting 
tires on sealing rings. No. 1,431,366; Oct. 10. 

Bruun, Sigurd, Fredericksberg, Denmark. Mold for con- 
crete beams. No. 1,423,708 ; July 25. 

Bruyn, Havik, Birmingham, Ala. Composition for pre- 
serving fahrics. No. 1,437,397 ; Dec. 5. 

Bryan, George A., Peru, Ind. Water-level indicator. No. 
1,406,926; Feb. 14. 

Bryan, Herbert N. (See Ewing, C. M., and Bryan.) 

Bryan, Leon O., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Explosive composition. No. 
1,420,364 ; June 20. 

Bryan, William II., Jr., Fresno, assignor to G. D. Bobo, 
Napa, Calif. Bench vise. No. 1,417,025 ; May 23. 

Bryant, Asa IT. (See Long, J. M„ A. U., and C. A. Bry- 
ant.) 

Bryant, Charles A. (See Long, J. M., A. U., and C. A. 
Bryant.) 

Bryant Electric Company. (See Anderson, Carl E., as- 
signor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Catlin, I-Ioyt, as- 
signor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Goodridge, Gilbert 
W., assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Stendahl, Ludwig K., 
assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Thomas, George B.. 
assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Tizley, Arthur J., 
assignor.) 

Bryant, Elmer J., and C. G. Johnson, assignors to The 
Taft-Peirce Manufacturing Company, Woo'nsocket, R. I 
Ring thread gauge. No. 1,433,528 ; Oct. 31. 

Bryant, Everett B., assignor to American Engineering 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Operating mechanism for 
automatic stokers. No. 1,416,547; May 16. 

Bryant, Frank E. (See Loy, William C, assignor.) 

Bryant, Frederic J., New York, N. Y. Ladder. No. 
1,406,972 ; Feb. 21. 

Bryan, George, Spokane, Wash. Scrubbing pail. No. 
1,428,528; Sept. 5. 

Bryant, Herbert J., New York, N. Y. Spring fastener. 
No. 1,431,929 ; Oct. 17. 

Bryant. Richard S., assignor, bv mesne assignments, to 
The Standard Parts Companv, Cleveland, Ohio. Vehicle 
wheel rim. No. 1,430.213 ; Sept. 26. 

Bryant, Richard S., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Standard Parts Company. Cleveland, Ohio. Rim 
for vehicle wheels. No. 1,439,941 ; Dec. 26. 

Bryant, Richard S., deceased, Cleveland, Ohio, by The 
Standards Parts Company, Cleveland, Ohio, assignee. 
Demountable vehicle wheel rim. (Reissue.) No. 
15,468 : Oct. 17. 

Bryant, Stephen O., Bethany, Mo. Post and brush puller, 
No. 1,427,576; Aug. 29. 

Bryant, Thomas, Santa Monica, Calif., assignor of one- 
half to G. S. Holmes, Salt Lake City, Utah. Baggage 
carrier. No. 1,409,437 ; Mar. 14. 

Bryant, Thomas W., Torrington, Conn. Roller bearing. 
No. 1,429,224 ; Sept. 19. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bryant, William T., assignor of one-half to E. R. Ratcliff, 
Shreveport, La. Treatment of petroleum. No. 1,403,145 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Bryar, George, Boston, Mass. Trolley. No. 1,419,955 ; 
June 20. 

Bryce, James W., Bingharnton, assignor to The Interna- 
tional Time Kecording Company, New York, N. Y. 
Time recorder. No. 1,412,839 ; Apr. 18. 

Bryce, James W., Binghamton, assignor to International 
Time Recording Company of New York, Endicott, N. Y. 
Recording lock. No. 1,417,715; May 30. 

Brymer, Park V., Jersey City, N. J. Windmill. No. 
1,407,373 ; Feb. 21. 

Brynoldt, Christian, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Blaw- 
Knox Company. Mold apparatus for concrete bridges 
and the like. No. 1,402,143 ; Jan. 3. 

Brynoldt, Christian, Pittsburgh, assignor to Blaw-Knox 
Company, Hoboken, Pa. Wall form or mold. No. 
1,413,705 ; Apr. 25. 

Bryon, Benn A., Ridgefleld, Conn. Demountable wheel 
and hub construction. No. 1,438,895 ; Dec. 12. 

Bryon, Robert J., et al. (See Heller, Jesse B., assignor.) 

Bryon, William J., New York, N. Y. Door closer and 
check. No. 1,421,666; July 4. 

Bryson, John M., Detroit, Mich. Key holder. No. 
1,436,694; Nov. 28. 

Bryson, Tandy A., Troy, N. Y., assignor to Tolburst Ma- 
chine Works. Ventilated driving mechanism. No. 
1,434,770 ; Nov. 7. 

Bryson, Walter S.,. et al. (See Dungan, John E., assignor.) 

Brzazowsky, Oscar W., and E. McWilliams, Alpena, S. Dak. 
Door attachment for shelling-machine hoppers. No. 
1,434,647 ; Nov. 7. 

Brzezicki, John, Pittsburgh, Pa. Safety lock for trunks 
and the like. No. 1,406,822 ; Feb. 14. 

Brzostowski, Alexander, Mount Carmel, Pa. Track-rail 
fastener. No. 1,438,577 ; Dec. 12. 

Brzozowski, Joseph, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Motor fan. No. 
1,426,256 ; Aug. 15. 

Brzyski, Joe, and W. Felski, Milwaukee, Wis. Wash- 
boiler. No. 1,426,257: Aug. 15. 

Bubb, Charles Lv, Williamsport, assignor to Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wllmerding, Pa. Auto- 
matic oiler. (Reissue.) No. 15,267 ; Jan. 17. 

Buberl, Carl. Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for indicating 
porosity. No. 1,421.903 ; July 4. 

Bublitz, William Jr., Elkhorn, Wis. Cramping form for 
violin bouts. No. 1,415,144 ; May 9. 

P.uc, Hyym E., Roselle. N. J., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Standard Development Company, New York, 
N. Y. Producing isopropyl chloride from isopropyl 
alcohol. No. 1,436,377 ; Nov. 21. 

Buc, Hyym E., Roselle, N. J., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Standard Development Company, New York, 
N. Y. Chlorination ol Isopropyl alcohol. No. 1,436,378 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Buc, Hyym E., Roselle, N. J., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Standard Development Company, New York, 
N. Y. Separation of chloracetones. No. 1,436,940 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Buccicone, Dario. Canonsburg, Pa. Feeding mechanism 
for tinning machines. No. 1,422,535 ; July 11. 

Bucev. Harold O.. Tacoma, Wash. Facing device for Igni- 
tion contact points. No. 1,402,046 ; Jan. 3. 

Buch, Max, Detroit, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Edwards Corporation, Jackson, Mich. Top for motor 
vehicles and the like. (Reissue.) No. 15,499; Dec. 5. 

Buch, Rover S.. York, Pa. Liquid-measuring apparatus. 
No. 1,434,807 ; Nov. 7. 

Buchan, George, sr., Mansfield, Ohio. Chute support. 
No. 1,423,643 ; July 25. 

Buchanan, Claude S., Dayton, Ohio. Filing device. No. 
1,436.572 ; Nov. 21. 

Buchanan, Cyrus, New York, N. Y., and C. C. Johnson, 
Richmond, Va. Guide for current collectors. No. 
1,405,270: Jan. 31. 

Buchanan, Cyrus B. (See Randlett, Willie O., assignor.) 

Buchanan, Cyrus B., and C. C. Johnson, Richmond, Va. 
Currwit collector. No. 1,403,891 ; Jan. 17. 

Buchanan, Judsoa, Chattanooga, Tenn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Harvester Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Plow. No. 1,409,076 ; Mar. 7. 

Buchanan, Robert M., Brooksburg, Ind. Propeller-blade 
control. No. 1,438,093 ; Dec. 5. 

Buchbinder, Adolph W., Detroit, Mich. Spoon. No. 
1,438,018; Dec. 5. 

Buchenberg, Alvin E., assignor to Industrial .Research 
Corporation. Toledo, Ohio. Engine starter. No. 
1.413,318: Apr. 18. 

Bucher, William W., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Kohler Company, Kohler, Wis. Auto- 
matic electric generating unit. No. 1,422.027; July 4. 

Buchere, Herbert C, Charleston, S. C. Refrigerating ap- 
paratus. No. 1,419.215; .Tunr 13. 

Biichi, Jakob, Zurich, Switzerland. Device for sepa- 
rating sand carried in watercourses. No. 1,431,367 
Oct. 10. 

Buchli, Jacob, assignor to Aktiengesellschaft Brown 
Boveri & Cie, Baden, Switzerland. Shaft coupling. No 
1,428,750 ; Sept. 12. 

Buchrnan. Edward H., assignor to Bippart, Griscom & 
Osborn. Npwark. N. J. Joint for bracelet links. No 
1,410,366 ; Mar. 21. 



Buchner, Karl, and F. Stiicklein. Schweinfurt, Germany. 

Football and other sportball. No. 1,436,630 ; Nov. 21. 
Buchner, Max, Hanover-Kleel'eld, Germany. Fixing syn- 
thetical nitric acid. No. 1,427,441 ; Aug. 29. 
Buthsbaum. Samuel, Chicago, 111. Calipering device. No. 

1.413,319; Apr. 18. 
Buchsbaum. Samuel, Chicago, 111. Clasp. No. 1,428,678 : 

Sept. 12. 
Bnchter, Emil. (See Maag, M., and Buchter.) 
Buck, Abton A., Zurich, Switzerland. Thermostatic 

circuit closer. No. 1,408,168 ; Feb. 28. 
Buck, Abton A., Zurich, Switzerland. Electric heater. 

No. 1,429,402 ; Sept. 19. 
Buck, Charles P., Topeka, Kans. Machine for bending 

angle iron. No. 1,428,001 ; Sept. 5. 
Buck, Clarence C, assignor to The Standard Tool Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Reamer. No. 1,409,921 ; 

Mar. 21. 
Buck, Edward, Middletown Junction, near Manchester, 

England. Means for pressing cop tubes on the spindles 

of spinning machines. No. 1,435,450; Nov. 14. 
Buck, Frank S., Springfield, Vt., assignor to Fitz-Empire 

Double Pivot Last Company, Auburn, Me. Last lathe. 

No. 1,407,727; Feb. 28. 
Buck, Frank S., Springfield, Vt, assignor to Fitz-Empire 

Double Pivot Last Company, Auburn, Me. Last lathe. 

No. 1,438,978; Dec. 19. 
Buck, Fred, assignor to The Lufkin Rule Company, Sagi- 
naw, Mich. Folding rule. No. 1,432,834 ; Oct. 24. 
Buck, Herman J., assignor to Mathews Gravity Carrier 

Company, Ellwood City, Pa. Conveying apparatus. 

No. 1.407,923 ; Feb. 28. 
Buck, Homer A.. Oakland, assignor to G. Moore, San 

Francisco, Calif. Making binder for pigments. No. 

1,421,125; June 27. 
Buck, John, Jackson, Mich. Railway-car brake. No. 

1,436,008; Nov. 21. 
Buck, Norman N. (See Wilterding, F. E., and Buck.) 
Buck, Orlando J. (See Bovee, Ransom Y„ assignor.) 
Buck, Thomas F., New Castle, Pa. Safety fender for 

automobiles. No. 1,404,091 ; Jan. 17. 
Buck, Thomas F., New Castle, Pa. Safety fender for 

automobiles. No. 1,415,518 ; May 9. 
Buck, Thomas F., New Castle, Pa. Safety fender for 

automobiles. No. 1,415,519 ; May 9. 
Buck. Thomas F., New Castle, Pa. Safety fender for auto- 
mobiles. No. 1,434,039 ; Oct. 31. 
Buck, Wllmer G., Fremont, assignor to Continental 

Engineering Corporation, Omaha, Nebr. Valve-rotating 

device. No. 1,414,499 ; May 2. 
Buckels, William L., Fort Payne, Ala. Automobile spring 

wheel. No. 1,419,811; June 13. 
Buckendale, Lawrence R., U. S. Army, assignor to N. D. 

Baker, Secretary of War, trustee. Fuel pressure-feed 

system. No. 1,407,374 ; Feb. 21. 
Buckendale, Lawrence R., United States Army, assignor 

to N. D. Baker, Secretary of War, trustee. Epieyclic 

power transmission. No. 1,424,446 ; Aug. 1. 
Buckendale. Lawrence R., TJ. S. Army, assignor to 

N. D. Baker, Secretary of War, trustee. Multiple 

control mechanism. No. 1.425,316 ; Aug. 8. 
Buckeye Iron & Brass Works. (See Sauer, George A., 

assignor.) 
Buckeye Iron & Brass Works. (See Sheppard O., jr., 

and Trace, assignors.) 
Buckeye Iron & Brass Works. (See Sheppard, Orlando, 

jr., assignor.) 
Buckeye Iron & Brass Works. (See Trace, Russell A., 

assignor.) 
Buckeye Jack Manufacturing Company. The. (See Bates, 

Edmund C.. assignor.) 
Buckeye Steel Castings Co., The. (See Whitridge, J. C, 

and Lnrsen, assignors.) 
Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company. (See Krupp, Leo 

A.', assignor.) 
Buckeye Twist Drill Company, The. (See Meyers, John F., 

assignor.) 
Buckeye Twist Drill Company, The. (See Mulac, Anthony 

A., assignor.) 
Buckham, George T. (See Dawson, A. T., and Buckham.) 
Buckham, George T., and J. I. Nasmith, assignors to Vick- 

ers Limited," Westminster. London. England. Wire- 
stretching machine. No. 1,422,081; July 11. 
Buckhart, James W., assignor to Port Orford Cedar 

Separator Company, San Francisco, Calif. Battery- 
spacer-making machine. No. 1,404.713 ; Jan. 24. 
Buckingham, Charles L.. Denver, Colo. Retort furnace 

and condensing apparatus for the eduction of oil and 

fuel gas from oil shales and oil sands. No. 1,425,074 ; 

Aug. 8. 
Buckingham, Earle, Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt 

& Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Thread-milling 

hob and making same. No. 1,407,837 ; Feb. 28. 
Buckingham, Harry, et al., administrators. (See Mathews, 

Thomas.) 
Buckingham, Harry W., et al., executors. (See Mathews, 

Thomas.) 
Buckingham, Henry W., et al., executor. (See Mathews, 

Thomas.) 
Buckingham, James F., Coventry, England. Cam-shaft 

mounting for internal-combustion engines. No. 

1,418,282; June 6. 
Buckingham, Roswell H., North Glenside, ,Pa. Muntln 

joint. No. 1,412,163; Apr. 11. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Buckler, Leon T., Philadelphia. Pa. Hydrant-draining 
device. No. 1,433.110 ; Oct. 24. 

Buckley, Duer, Tyrrell, Ohio. Auto axle support. No. 
1,432,963 ; Oct. 24. 

Buckley, Edward, Auburn, and J. J. White, Lewiston, Me., 
assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pater- 
son. N. J. Producing shoe forms. No. 1,412,815 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Buckley, Edward H., Philadelphia, Pa. Spring-lubricat- 
ing device. No. 1,413,963 ; Apr. 25. 

Bucklev, George A., St. Andrews, Wash. Combined plow 
and scraper. No. 1,409,826 ; Mar. 14. 

Buckley, George 11., assignor to National Metal Products 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Quick-shift bench vise. 
No. 1,412,798 ; Apr. 11. 

Buckley, George H., assignor to National Metal Products 
company, Indianapolis, Ind. Quick-setting vise. No. 
1,415,787 ; May 9. 

Buckler, Harry and R., Louisville, Ky. Grinding plate. 
No. 1,424,615; Aug. 1. 

Buckley, Jerry, Mills, Calif. Separating fruit from leaves. 
No. i ,4 15,985; May 16. 

Buckley, Joseph L. (See Bogarty, H., and Buckley.) 

Buckley, Ludwig W., West Somerville, assignor to The 
Goudey Gum Co., Boston, Mass. Synthetic chicle com- 
pound and making same. No. 1,438,019 ; Dec. 5. 

Buckley, Minerva R., Fort Scott, Kans. Auto dress. No. 
1,421,162 ; June 27. 

Buckley, Oliver E. (See Snook, H. C, and Buckley.) 

Buckley, Oliver E. (See Wold. P. I., and Buckley.) 

Buckley. Oliver E., East Orange, N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Method of and- means for exhausting to low pressures. 
No. 1.433.25S ; Oct. 24. 

Buckley, Ray. (See Buckley, Harry and R.) 

Bucklev, Thomas P., Scranton, Pa. Spring-forming ma- 
chine. No. 1.428,626; Sept. 1 12. 

Buckley's. Benjamin, Son, Inc. (See Tiffany, Homer A., 
assignor.) 

Bucklin, Charles S., Red Bank, N. J., assignor to Sprague 
Canning Machinery Company, Chicago, 111. Hand-pack- 
filling machine. No. 1,433,672 ; Oct. 31. 

Bucklin, Orson, Marietta, Minn. Manure spreader. No. 
1,433,175 ; Oct. 24. 

Buckmau, Henry H., Jacksonville, Fla. Titanium com- 
plexes and producing same. No. 1,402,256 ; Jan. 3. 

Buckmau, lleury H., Jacksonville, Pla. Titanium com- 
plex and producing same. No. 1,410,056 ; Mar. 21. 

Buckmau, Henry H., Jacksonville, Fla. Pigment and pro- 
ducing same. No. 1,411,839; Apr. 4. 

Buckman, Henry H, Jacksonville, Fla. Titanium complex 
and producing same. No. 1,429,841 ; Sept. 19. 

Buckmau. llenry H., Jacksonville, Fla., and G. A. Pritch- 
ard. New York. N. Y., assignors to Buckman & Pritch- 
ard, Inc.. Jacksonville, Fla. Highly-refractory article. 
No. 1,412,91«V| Apr. is. 

Buckman & rritchard. Inc. (See Buckman, H. H., and 
Pritcnard, assignors.) 

Buckminster, Ira C. (See Hadaway, J. B., and Buck- 
minster.) 

Buckminster, Ira C, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Con- 
trolling mechanism for work-positioning means. No. 
1,404,190 ; Jan. 24. 

Buckminster, Ira C, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Coating 
apparatus. No. 1,407,729 ; Feb. 28. 

Buckminster, Ira C, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Mechan- 
ical movement. No. 1,408,439 ; Mar. 7. 

Bucknam, Barton K., et al. (See Johnson, William A., 
assignor.) 

Bucknam. Richard L., et al. (See Johnson, William A., as- 
signor.) 

Bucknam, Worthy C, Jersey City, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Air Reduction Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Pressure regulator. No. 
1.427,191 : Aug. 29. 

Buckner, Ephraim E., Owosso, assignor of one-fourth to 
C. Schossow, Saginaw, Mich. Cutting block. No. 
1,404,831 ; Jan. 31. 

Bucksen, Walter L., Oakland, Calif. Tire-changing device. 
No. 1,408,928 ; Mar. 7. 

Buckwalter, John T., Lancaster, and F. T. Flinchbaugh, 
York, Pa. ; said Flinchbaugh assignor to said Buckwal- 
ter. Valve, for milking machines. No. 1,416,166 ; 
May 16. 

Bnckwalter, Leon G. ; (See Hutchinson, Morton C, as- 
signor.) 

Buckwalter, Leon G., et al. (See Parker, Arthur, as- 
signor.) 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Axle construction and 
assembling same. No. 1,409,133 ; Mar. 7. 

Buckwalter, Tracy Y., assignor to Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton. Ohio. Process and apparatus for 
making bearing rolls. No. 1,419,611 ; June 13. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Antifriction bearing. No. 
1,437,833 ; Dec. 5. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Bearing. No. 1,437,834 ; 
Dec. 5. 



Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Antifriction bearing. 
No. 1,439,401 ; Dec. 19. 

Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Shaft bearing. No. 
1,439,402; Dec. 19. 

Bucyrus Company. (See Ferris, W., and Bager, assignors.) 

Bucyrus Company. (See Ferris, Walter, assignor.) 

Bucyrus Company. (See Gage, Clarence E., assignor.) 

Buda, Andrew, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Bed. No. 
1,411,986; Apr. 4. 

Buda Company. (See Broege, Robert J., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Budd, 
E. G., and Ledwinka, assignors.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Fry, 
Walter L., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Led- 
winka, Joseph, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Maise, 
Herman C, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. ( See Weave*. 
Clayton B., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Budd Wheel Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Making wheel 
disks. No. 1,421,667 ; July 4. 

Budd, Edward G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Budd Wheel Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Wire-spoked 
wheel. No. 1,424,554; Aug. 1. 

Budd, Edward G., and J. Ledwinka, assignor to Edward 
G. Budd Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Annealing metal. No. 1,427,753 ; Aug. 29. 

Budd, Horace, Philadelphia, Pa. Grate bar. No. 1,429,486 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Budd, Isaac D., C. I. Cronburg, Chicago, and F. S. Hurd, 
Oak Park, 111., assignors to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Electromechanical 
switching system. No. 1,411,478 ; Apr. 4. 

Budd, Lester, Philadelphia, Pa. Adjustable air-shutter 
construction for furnaces. No. 1,407,516 ; Feb. 21. 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Budd, Edward G., as- 
signor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Fine, Lewis, assignor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See loach, Emil, assignor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Ledwinka, Joseph, assignor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Schenck, C, and Fine, as- 
signors.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Schenck, Charles, assignor.) 

Budde, William, assignor of one-half to G. E. Pfeifer, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Clothesline attachment. No. 1,420,1-78 ; 
June 20. 

Buddie, George T., Chicago, 111. Fish lure. No. 1,418,229 ; 
May 30. 

Budig, Friedrich W., Falkenberg-Grunau, near Berlin, 
Germany. Flying machine. No. 1,419,447 ; June 13. 

Budin, Richard B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Toy. No. 1,424,982 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Budlong, Emma I., executrix. (See Budlong, Wilbur F.) 

Budlong, Wilbur F., deceased, by 1. Budlong, executrix, 
assignor to Campbell & Budlong Machine Works, San 
Jose, Calif. Deep-well pump. No. 1.429,487; Sept. 19. 

Buecher, Jacob. (See Merkel, H., and Buecher.) 

Buechman, Frederick C., Brooklyn, N. Y. Chart support 
-for recording instruments. No. 1,415,306; May 9. 

Buedingen, William L., Milwaukee, Wis. Box-tray sup- 
port. No. 1,422,028 ; July 4. 

Buedingen, William L., Milwaukee, Wis. Tray support for 
boxes. No. 1.428,500 ; Sept. 5.- 

Buehle, Erich, San Francisco, and E. C. Hutchinson, 
Oakland, assignors to Pelton Water Wheel Co., San 
Francisco, Calif. Safety control for hydraulic pipe 
lines. No. 1,421,904 ; July 4. 

Buehler, Louis E. G., Chicago, 111. Speed-reduction gear. 
No. 1,408,689 ; Mar. 7. 

Buell, William C, Jr., Osborne Borough, and W. H. 
Scheib, Pittsburgh, assignors to Tate-Jones & Co., Inc., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Hydrocarbon blast burner. No. 
1,404,429 ; Jan. 24. 

Buente, Charles F., Avalon, Pa. Mold for making con- 
crete articles. No. 1,431,565 : Oct. 10. 

Buesch, William O. (See Bardill, Paul H., assignor.) 

Bufe, Otto, Grand Marais, Mich. Autosleigh attachment. 
No. 1,425,835; Aug. 15. 

Buff, Isador J., Cadogan, Pa.. Rail joint. No. 1,406,533 ; 
Feb. 14. 

Buffalo Equipment & Construction Company. (See Sweet, 
Roger J., assignor.) 

Buffalo Forge Company. (See Day, Arthur A., assignor.) 

Buffalo Forge Company. (See Zimmer, Gustav H, as- 
signor.) 

Buffalo Foundry & Machine Co. (See Engel, Godfrey, Sr., 

assignor.) 
Buffalo Foundry & Machine Company. (See Sleeper, Oliver 

S., assignor.) 

Buffalo Sled Company, The. (See Dekker, John E., as- 
signor.) 

Buffalo Specialty Company. (See Shickluna, Joseph J., 
assignor.) 

Buffalo-Springfield Roller Company, The. (See Aitken, 

Andrew W., assignor.) 
BufBngton, Harriet G., Old Saybroob, Conn. Shield for 

stoves. No. 1,440,336; Dec. 26. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bufford, George W., Buffalo, assignor to J. H. Williams 
& Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Chain pipe wrench. No. 
1,416,685 ; May 23. 

Buffum, Frank W. (See Price, Stephen C, assignor.) 

Button, Frank H. (See Ott, H. N., and Button.) 

Bugbee, Lucian W., Indianapolis, Ind. Bifocal lens. No. 
1,427,577 ; Aug. 29. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor to Onepiece Bifocal Lens 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Means tor polishing multi- 
local lenses. No. 1,406,927 ; Feb. 14. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor to Onepiece Bifocal Lens Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. Making bifocal lenses. No. 
1,410,367 ; Mar. 21. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor to Onepiece Bifocal Lens 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Toric-lens series and 
making same. No. 1,426,146 ; Aug. 15. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor to Onepiece Bifocal Lens 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Toric-lens series and 
making same. No. 1,426,147 ; Aug. 15. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor to Onepiece Bifocal Lens 
company, Indianapolis, Ind. Toric-lens series and 
making the same. No. 1,426,148 ; Aug. 15. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor to Onepiece Bifocal Lens 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Trifocal lens and making 
the same. No. 1,427,192 ; Aug. 29. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Ameri- 
can Optical Company, Southbridge, Mass. Protractor. 
No. 1,408,339; Feb. 28. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor to American Optical Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Bright and black goggles. No. 
1,420,964; June 27. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Twinsight Optical Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Mak- 
ing bifocal lenses. No. 1,416,444; May 16. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., and K. L. Gordon, assignors to 
American Optical Company, Southbridge, Mass. Lens- 
grinding machine. No. 1,439,063 ; Dec. 19. 

Bugbee & Niles Company. (See King Rufus, assignor.) 

Bugenhagen, George H., Minot, N. Dak. Radiator valve. 
No. 1,417,592 ; May 30. 

Buhl Stamping Company. (See Iahlman, Duncan J., 
assignor.) 

Buhoup, Harry C, Chicago, 111., assignor to The McConway 
& Torley Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Means for detach- 
ably connecting adjacent members. No. 1,402,566 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Buhr Joseph F., Detroit, Mich. Drill head for drilling 
machines. No. 1,428,002 ; Sept. 5. 

Buis, William A., Boise, Idaho. Shock absorber. No. 
1,436,147 ; Nov. 21. 

Buitrago, Rafael D., New York, N. Y. Suction duster. 
No. 1,423,993; July 25. 

Bukachek, Frank, and O. A. Garbush, Pine City, Minn. ; 
said Bukachek assignor to said Garbush. Glass-cutting 
board. No. 1,438,157 ; Dec. 5. 

Bulev, Olga E., London, England. Hair slide. No. 
1,423,644 ; July 25. 

Bulgach, John, Union City, Conn. Safety box. No. 
1,402,209 ; Jan. 3. 

Bulinski, Antoni, Aberdeen, Wash. Marine table. No. 
1,438,020 ; Dec. 5. 

Bulister, Martin, Pittsburgh, Pa. Movable-block puzzle. 
No. 1.415,625; May 9. 

Bulka, Michael, Gardner, Mass., assignor to Astronomical 
Clock Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Astro- 
nomical clock. No. 1,416,605 ; May 18. 

Bull, Anders, Chicago, 111. Alarm clock. No. 1,439,064; 
Dec. 19. 

Bull, Arthur A., assignor to General Motors Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Cooling-jacket construction for internal- 
combustion engines. No. 1,434,348 ; Oct. 31. 

Bull, George F., assignor of one-half to Charles H. Pugh 
Limited, Birmingham, England. Lawn mower and the 
like. No. 1,416,784; May 23. 

Bull, George F., assignor of one-half to Charles H. Pugh, 
Limited, Birmingham, England. Power-driven lawn 
mower, roller, and the like. No. 1,419,916 ; June 20. 

Bull. Walter H., Coburg, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 
Bulk storage and handling of grain. No. 1,406,928 ; 
Feb. 14. 

Bullard, Charles M., Appleton, Wis. Purification of sul- 
phur dioxide. No. 1,410,535 ; Mar. 21. 

Bullard, Edward P., Jr., assignor to The Bullard Machine 
Tool Co., Bridgeport, Conn. Hand-operating means for 
boring mills. No. 1,410,450 ; Mar. 21. 

Bullard, Edward P., jr., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to 
National Tube Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Tapping tool 
for coupling finishing machines. No. 1,436,752 ; Nov. 28. 

Bullard, Edwin W., Whitneyville, assignor to The Peck, 
Stow & Wilcox Company, Southington, Conn. Ratchet 
mechanism. No. 1,416,316 ; May 16. 
Bullard. Frederick H., Springfield, Mass. Plier-joint con- 
struction. No. 1,428,357 ; Sept. 5. 

Bullard, Joseph W. C. (See Bullard, Stanley H. and 
J. W. C.) 

Bullard, Lester H., San Leandro, Calif. Selective coupling. 

No. 1,422,536; July 11. 
Bullard Machine Tool Co., The. (See Bullard, Edward 

P., Jr., assignor.) 
Bullard Machine Tool Company, The. (See Bullard, Stan- 
ley H. and J. W. C, assignors.) 
Bullard, Stanley H. and J. W. C, assignors to The Bullard 
Machine Tool Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Multicut- 
ting bar. No. 1,410,451; Mar. 21. 



Bullard, Thomas G., Enterprise, Ala. Stop motion for 
spinning frames. No. 1,403,386 ; Jan. 10. 

Bullen, Robert J. (See May, E., Jr., Bullen, and Voight.) 

Buller, Charles M., assignor to L. J. Mueller Furnace Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. Pipeless furnace. No. 
1,422,828 ; July 18. 

Buller, Charles M., assignor to L. J. Mueller Furnace 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Pipeless furnace. No. 
1,439,538; Dec. 19. 

Bulley, George W. (See Johnston, Y. F., and Bulley.) 

Bulley, George W., St. Joseph, Mich. Continuous vulcan- 
izing method and apparatus. No. 1,411,706 ; Apr. 4. 

Bulley, Louis T., assignor to C. Cowles &• Company, New 
Haven, Conn. Window regulator. No. 1,430,793 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Bullinger, Frederic H:, Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to Ward 
Leonard Electric Company. Resistance unit and 
making. No. 1,404,267 ; Jan. 24. 

Bullinger, Frederic H., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to Ward 
Leonard Electric Company. Electric controlling appa- 
ratus. No. 1,423,907; July 25. 

Bullington, James W. (See Parsons, E. B., and Bulling- 
ton.) 

Bullington, John D. (See Westmoreland, J. P., and Bul- 
lington.) 

Bullock, Ambrose R., Boston, Mass. Filing cabinet. No. 
1,415,307 ; May 9. 

Bullock, Charles F. (See Mapelsden, H. H., and Bullock.) 

Bullock, George, Grand Junction, Colo. Koll-paper con- 
troller. No. 1.434,040 ; Oct. 31. 

Bullock, George L., Louisville, Ky. Repeating attachment 
for sound-reproducing machines. No. 1,405,751 ; Feb. 7. 

Bullock, Percy W. (See Handley, George, assignor.) 

Bullock, Samuel A., Plandome, assignor to Ally Com- 
pany, Inc., New York, N. Y. Rust-preventive com- 
position. No. 1,404,511 ; Jan. 24. 

Bullock, Thomas H., assignor to R. B. Cressman, New 
York, N. Y. Lighting fixture. No. 1,434,676 ; Nov. 7. 

Bullot, Louis F., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 
Apparatus for the preservation of meat and other ali- 
mentary substances. No. 1,414,859; May 2. 

Bullum, Steve, and W. O. Maxwell, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Spudding jack. No. 1,409,438 ; .Mar. 14. 

Bullwinkel, Edward J. (See Shaw, Louis E., assignor.) 

Bulman, Elvah O., Grand Rapids, Mich. Bag holder. No. 
1,422,659 ; July 11. 

Bulski, Andrew, assignor of one-half to P. J. Quinn and 
one-fourth to S. Sullivan, Newton, Mass. Horseshoe 
calk. No. 1,424,800; Aug. 8. 

Biiltemann, August F. E., Dresden, Germany. Connecting 
the parts of line insulators. No. 1.440,003 ; Dec. 26. 

Bumbaugh. Albert A., Warsaw, Ind. Horseshoe. No. 
1,403,387 ; Jan. 10. 

Bumbaugh, George L., assignor to G. B. Schley, 'trustee for 
said Bumbaugh and W. B. Paul, Indianapolis. Ind. Dis- 
abler for aeroplane controllers. No. 1,412,771 ; Apr. 11. 

Bumbaugh, Harold L., Stanford University, Calif. Va- 
porizer. No. 1,402,715 ; Jan. 3. 

Bumbera, John J., et al. (See Kehr, John F., assignor.) 

Bumgardner, Dayton, Chicago, 111. Dental vibratory ap- 
paratus. No. 1,436,647 ; Nov. 28. 

Bummara, Antonino, and S. Ragonesi, New York, N. Y. 
Coating composition for imitating bark of trees. No. 
1,413,002 ; Apr. 18. 

Bump, George P., La Crosse, Wis. Loop-forming terminal 
clamp. No. 1,422,660 ; July 11. 

Bumpass, Leonard E., Dallas, Tex. Lock-protecting de- 
vice. No. 1,413,573 ; Apr. 25. 

Bumstead, Ralph W., Brookline, Mass. Computing ma- 
chine. No. 1,414,978 ; May 2. 

Bumstead, Trowbridge H., Ontario, Calif. Semiautomatic 
motor-vehicle warning signal. No. 1,433,119 ; Oct. 24. 

Bunch, Charles H., assignor to The Acme Electric & Mfg. 
Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Motor generator. No. 1,405,965 ; 
Feb. 7. 

Bunch, Lisle K., South Bend, Ind. Foot corrector. No. 
1.402,834 ; Jan. 10. 

Bunde, William, Rochester, N. Y. Scooter car. No. 
1,423,994; July 25. 

Bundrick, David D., assignor to Moore Dry Kiln Co., 
Jacksonville, Fla. Instrument for determining tempera- 
ture and humidity, and more particularly of dry kilns. 
No. 1,430,937 ; Oct. 3. 

Bundy, Harry W., Detroit, Mich. Tubing. No. 1,431,368 ; 
Oct. 10. 

Bungay, George W., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Acme Die 
Casting Corporation. Feeding device for die-casting ma- 
chines. No. 1,416,261 ; May 16. 

Bungay, George W., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Aluminum Casting corporation, Gar- 
wood, N. J. Forming cast articles. No. 1,438,933 ; 
Dec. 12. 
Bunk, Christian, and H. F. Kuechler, Kenosha, Wis. Ves- 
sel-salvaging apparatus. No. 1,405,895 ; Feb. 7. 
Bunker, Arthur C, Schenectady. N. Y. Lateral-motion 
driving box. No. 1,431,720; Oct. 10. 

Bunker, Carey E., Oregon, Mo. Caster. No. 1,429,187 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Bunker, Darius W., Brookline, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel- 
breasting machine. No. 1,426,354 ; Aug. 22. 

Bunker. Gerald L., La Grange, 111. Vehicle wheel. No. 
1,410,452; Mar. 21. 



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Bunker, Herbert H., assignor to Kerlow Steel Flooring 
Co., Jersey City, N. J. Multiple-die machine. No. 
1,438,295; Dec. 12. 
Bunnell, Arthur C, et al. (See Parsons, John H., as- 
signor.) 
Bunnell, Horry C, Westport, N. Y. Convertible chair. 
No. 1,423,995 ; July 25. 

Bunting, Theodore R., Norfolk, Va. Radiotransmitting 
system. No. 1,418,066 ; May 30. 

Bunyan, Henry II., et al. (See Baker, Frederick, as- 
signor.) 
Bunzel, Ernest, Plymouth Meeting, Pa. Demountable rim. 
No. 1,431,150 ; Oct. 10. 

Buob, Louis J., assignor to Buob and Scheu, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Automobile body curtain. No. 1,439,142 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Buob and Scheu. (See Buob, Louis J., assignor.) 

Luornat, William, Utica, N. Y. Figure toy. No. 1,414,501 ; 
May 2. 

Buratti, Komolo, Croce Mosso, Italy. Chlorine derivatives 
of hexanuthylentetramine. No. 1,416,606; May 16. 

Burbank, Ralph N., Somerset, Mass. Ship-centering de- 
vice. No. 1,407,375 ; Feb. 21. 

Burbery, Walter J., Los Angeles, Calif. Fastener. No. 
1.428,358; Sept. 5. 

Burby, Arthur F. (See Roberts, A. O., O'Keefe, and 
Burby.) 

Burch, Frederick R., Seattle, Wash., assignor to Arm 
stead Snow Motors, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Snow motor vehicle. No. 1,431,440 ; Oct. 10. 

Burch, George B., New York, N. Y., assignor to L. Ste- 
vens, Glen Ridge, N. J. Acoustic device. No. 1,414,801 
May 2. 

tiurch, George B., New York, N. Y., assignor to L. Ste 
vens. Glen Ridge, N. J. Phonograph. No. 1,414,802 
May 2. 

Burch, George B., New York, N. Y., assignor to L. Ste- 
vens, Glen Ridge, N. J. Phonograph reproducer. No. 
1,414,803 ; May 2. 

Burch, George B., New York, N. Y., assignor to L. Ste- 
vens, Glen Ridge, N. J. Phonograph. No. 1,414,804 ; 
May 2. 

Burch, Henry K., Warren, Ariz. Revolving screen, or 
grizzly. No. 1,420,685; June 27. 

Burchavd, Edith R. C. Little Compton, R. I. Robe for 
children's goearts and invalid chairs. No. 1,423,908 ; 
July i.i. 

Burchess, Charles L., assignor of one-half to H. M. 
Dirks, Lincoln, Nebr. Christmas-tree support. No. 
1.421,398 ; July 4. 

Burchett, Walter J., East Orange, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to H. E. Comings. Lever adjust- 
ment. No. 1,409,922; Mar. 21. 

Burck, John H., Albany, N. Y. Fruit-jar opener. No. 
1.407,632 ; Feb. 21. 

Burck, Lawrence B. (See Brown, A ; F., and Burck.) 

Burckard, Albert, Brooklyn. N. Y., assignor to Pathe 
Freres Phonograph Company. Press for making plastic 
products. No. 1,436,941 ; Nov. 28. 

Burckhardt, Rodolphe W., Mulhouse, France. Device for 
effecting the mixing of gaseous strata. No. 1,419,216 ; 
June 13. 

Burd, Charles. (See Burd, George and C.) 

Burd, Edward, Chicago, 111. Sheet-straightening device. 
No. 1.431.096; Oct. 3. 

Burd. George and C, Detroit, Mich. Pump. No. 1,416,445 ; 
May 16. 

Burd High Compression Ring Company. (See Olson, 
Herbert O., assignor.) 

Burd High Compression Ring Company. (See Winquist, 
Victor, assignor.) 

Burden, Joseph T., London, England. Case for clinical 
thermometers. No. 1,416,785 ; May 23. 

Burdett, John B., Glencoe, assignor to Burdett Manufac- 
turing Company, Chicago, 111. Valve. No. 1,432,527 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Burdett. John B., Glencoe, assignor to Burdett Manufac- 
turing Company, Chicago, 111. Welding torch. No. 
1.432,528; Oct. 17. 

Burdett Manufacturing Company. (See Burdett, John B., 
assignor.) 

Burdette, Richard S., assignor to The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Air bag and construct- 
ing the same. No. 1,412,799 ; Apr. 11: 

Burdette, Robert T., Chicago, 111. Metal railway tie. 
No. 1,416,686 ; May -23. 

Burdick, Alfred S., and E. B. Vliet, assignors to The 
Abbott Laboratories, Chicago, 111. Benzyl ester of 
acetylsalicylic acid. No. 1,436,304 ; Nov. 21. 

Burdick Cabinet Company. (See Anderson, Fritz A., as- 
signor.) 

Bin-dick, Charles A., Kenosha, Wis. Pencil sharpener. 
No. 1,421,063 ; June 27. 

Burdick, Charles L. (See Noyes, A. A., and Burdick.) 

Burdick, Fred F., Milton, Wis. Therapy lamp. No. 
1,430,354 ; Sept. 26. 

Burdick, Fred F., and F. A. Anderson, Milton, Wis. 
Therapeutic vapor-lamp appliance. No. 1,402,396 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Burdick, Paul II., Geneva, 111. Typewriting machine. No. 
1.430,284 ; Sept. 26. 

Burdon. William M., assignor to Burdons Limited, 
Bellshill, Scotland. Apparatus for the liquid-fuel firing 
of steam boilers. No. 1,423,183; July 18. 



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Burdons Limited. (See Burdon, William M., assignor.) 

Buresch, Edward G., Chicago, 111. Electric switch. No. 
1,433,120 ; Oct. 24. 

Burford, Oliver L., and II. De Bardeleben, Ensley, 
Winding shaft and chain guard for dump cars. 
1,423,752 ; July 25. 

Burger, Alfred. Brooklyn, N. Y. Filter press. 
1,409,281 ; Mar. 14. 

Burger, Jacob D., New York, N. Y.. assignor to Reiss- 
Premier Pipe Company, Chicago, 111. Combined ship- 
ping package and display rack lor smoking pipes. No. 
1,436,337 ; Nov. 21. 

Burgess, Andrew O., Newark, N. J., assignor to A. L. 
Newman Company, Providence, R. I. Making com- 
posite" rings. No. 1,415,520 ; May 9. 

Burgess Battery Company. (See Burgess, Charles F., 
assignor.) 

Burgess Battery Company. (See Schulte, Walter B.. 
signor.) 

Burgess, C. F., Laboratories. (See Weiss, Howard 
assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Burgess, Charles E. (See Eldridge, J. E„ W. B. 
C. E. Burgess, and Ashbee.) 

Burgess, Charles F., assignor to Burgess Battery Com- 
pany, Madison, Wis. Battery hand lamp. No. 
1,403,538 ; Jan. 17. 

Burgess, Charles F., assignor to Burgess Battery Com- 
pany, Madison, Wis. Battery hand lamp. No. 1,421,399 ; 
July 4. 

Burgess Company, The. (See Burgess, Yorke, assignor.) 

Burgess, Edward W. (See Smith, R. S., and Burgess.) 

Burgess, Edward W., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Harvester Company. 
Power-lift mower. No. 1,404,431 ; Jan. 24. 

Burgess, George F. (See Burgess, John W. and G. F.) 

Burgess, Harry A., assignor to Romine Manufacturing Co., 
Goodland, Ind. Portable gate. No. 1,419,013 ; June 6. 

Burgess, James H., Port Angeles, assignor of one-half 
to C. M. Clayton, Seattle, Wash. Mineral-classifying 
device. No. 1,424,339 ; Aug. 1. 

Burgess, John W., Kansas City, Mo. Garment. No. 
1,410,648; Mar. 28. 

Burgess, John W. and G. F., Kansas City, Mo. Inner-tube 
cushion. No. 1,407,730; Feb. 28. 

Burgess, Louis, Bayonne, N. J. Production of beryllium 
compounds. No. 1,418,527 ; June 6. 

Burgess, Louis, Bayonne, N. J. Production of zirconium 
compounds. No. 1,418,528 ; June 6. 

Burgess, Louis, assignor to Standard Oil Company, New 
York, N. Y. Production of anhydrous aluminum 
chloride. No. 1,405.183; Jan. 31. 

Burgess, Omar A., Puyallup, Wash. Amalgamator. No. 
1,412,673 ; Apr. 11. 

Burgess, Robert. (See Jones. Joseph H., assignor.) 

Burgess, Thomas, Danvers, Mass. Convertible toy horse. 
No. 1,431,214 ; Oct. 10. 

Burgess, Walter S. (See Voight, George F., assignor.) 

Burgess. William B. (See Eldridge, J. E., Burgess, W. B. 
and C. E., and Ashbee.) 

Burgess, Yorke, Chicago, 111., assignor to H. M. Loudon, 
Kansas City, Mo. Automatic system for stopping 
trains. No. 1,411.078 ; Mar. 28. 

Burgess, Yorke. Chicago, 111., assignor to The Burgess 
Company. Envelope. No. 1,420,470 ; June 20. 

Burghardt, Oscar. (See Bratcher, I., and Burghardt.) 

Burghart, Lloyd M., Govans, Md., assignor to TJ. S. Indus- 
trial Alcohol Co. Recovering volatile organic acids from 
distillery waste. No. 1,426,457 ; Aug. 22. 

Burgher, Fred H., Lakewood, assignor to The Marvel Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Suction sweeper. No. 1,404,699 ; 
Jan. 24. 

Burgi, Herman, Springfield, Mass., assignor of one-half to 
C. H. Tenney, Hartford, Conn. Means for distributing 
the combustion of gases. No. 1.433,778 ; Oct. 31. 

Burgoine, Sidney F. (See Field, H. F., and Burgoine.) 

Burgoon, Oliver E.. Toledo, Ohio. Shock absorber. No. 
1,424,983 ; Aug. 8. 

Burgstaller, Mathias, Cleveland, Ohio. Gas burner. No. 
1.426,815 ; Aug. 22. 

Burhen, Reinhart J., assignor of one-half to W. P. Riester, 
St. Louis, Mo. Screen frame. No. 1,436,858 ; Nov. 28. 

Burk, Milton H., and Edith M. Currier, St. Joseph, Mich. 
Manicuring instruments. No. 1,424,876 ; Aug. 8. 

Burkart, Augustin, Bern, Switzerland. Fire box. No. 
1.432,835 ; Oct. 24. 

Burkart, Francis, assignor of two-eighths to J. C. Hal- 
stead and E. P. Brackney, Brookston, Ind. Can feeder. 
No. 1,408,861 : Mar. 7. 

Burke, Charles R., assignor to L. P. Burke, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Producing light hydrocarbons. No. 1,426,149 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Burke, Claton E., assignor to B. B. Specialty Company, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Mopi holder. No. 1,407,123;' 
Feb. 21. 

Burke, Claton E., ana G. R. Beckwith, assignors to B. B. 
Specialty Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Mop-wringer pail. 
No. 1,407,122; Feb. 21. 

Burke Electric Company. (See Bennett, A. M. Elliott, 
and O'Blenis, assignors.) 

Burke Electric Company. (See Burke, James, assignor.) 

Burke Electric Company. (See Caldwell, F. S., and Ben- 
nett, assignors.) 

Burke Electric Company. (See Elliott, W. B., and O'Ble- 
nis, assignors.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Burke, Henry B., Windber" Pa. Anticreeping and anti- 
spreading device for rails. No. 1,433,066 ; Oct. 24. 

Burke, James, Erie, Pa., assignor, to Burke Electric Com- 
pany. Rotor spider. No. 1,422,414 ; July 11. 

Burke, James, assignor to Burke Electric Company, Erie, 
Pa. Air-cooled transformer. No. 1,427,783 ; Sept. 5. 

Burke, James P., Arlincton, N. J. Shock absorber. No 
1,432,529 ; Oct. 17. 

Burke, John H., San Jose, and O. A. Wilming, San Luis 
Obispo, Calif. Chuck. No. 1,402,144 ; Jan. 3. 

Burke, Lawrence, Jr., Rock Island, 111. Toy. No. 1,405,752 ; 
Feb. 7. 

Burke, Lee F., Detroit, Mich. Inner-tube tester for pneu- 
matic tires. NO. 1,436,695 ; Nov. 28. 

Burke, Lulu P. (See Burke, Charles R., assignor.) 

Burke, Matt, West Duluth, Minn. Oiling device. No. 
1,428,751; Sept. 12. 

Burke, Paul, Green Bay, Wis., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Northwest Engineering Company. Con- 
trol means for locomotive cranes. No. 1,422,082 ; 
July 11. 

Burke, Peter J., Meshanticut Park, assignor to Atlantic 
Tubing Company, Providence, R. I. Device for forming 
coupling ends for gas and flexible metal tubing. No. 
1,426,037 ; Aug. 15. 

Burke, Peter W., and A. J. Breeding, assignors of one-third 
to F. Rogers, Bremerton, Wash. Oiling device. No. 
1,423,077; July 18. 

Burke, Wilbur B., Cleveland, Ohio. Making tires. No. 
1,422,537; July 11. 

Burke, Wilfred I. (See Cornock, William A., assignor.) 

Burke, William J., et al. (See Clausing, George, as- 
signor. ) 

Burkel, Mathew J., Aurora, I1L Air-inlet-valve mecha- 
nism for pneumatic tools. No. 1,417,136 ; May 23. 

Burkey, Harvey M., Plainfield, N. J., and H. M. Schleicher, 
Boston, Mass., assignors to American Metal Company, 
Ltd., New York, N. Y. Decomposition of aluminum sul- 
phate. No. 1,415,308 ; May 9. 

Burkhard, Frederick A., New York, N. Y. Scale. No. 
1,408,264 ; Feb. 28. 

Burkhardt, Curt R. (See Scharwath, J. A., and Burk- 
hardt.) 

Burkhardt, Jacob R., assignor to The Springfield Metallic 
Casket Company, Springfield, Onio. Grave vault. No. 
1,417,137 ; May 23. 

Burkhardt, Jacob R., assignor to The Springfield Metallic 
Casket Company, Springfield, Ohio. Means for secur- 
ing caskets in shipping boxes. No. 1,426,355 ; Aug. 22. 

Burkhart, Ralph R., assignor of one-fourth to J. B. Clark, 
Spokane, Wash. Clutch-pedal lock. No. 1,417,138 ; 
May 23. 

Burkholder, Allen B., Flint, Mich. Roller bearing. 
No. 1,426,038 ; Aug. 15. 

Burks, Dana, Venice, H. A. Bardeen and F. W. Harris, Los 
Angeles, Calif. ; said Bardeen and Harris assignors to 
said Burks. Apparatus for pumping oil wells. No. 
1,433,871 ; Oct. 31. 

Burlew, Gilderoy 0., Newark, N. J. Dentrificial tablet. 
No. 1,411,681 ; Apr. 4. 

Burlin, Adolph L., Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester, Eng- 
land. Manufacture of pulp for paper, cardboard, arti- 
ficial leather, and the like from peat. No. 1,420,303 ; 
June 20. 

Burlin, Porter H., Limestone, N. Y. Coupling device for 
oil wells. No. 1,415,788 ; May 9. 

Burlingame, Albert C, assignor of one-third to D. A. 
Frerichs and one-third to A. Larson, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Collapsible fruit-jar holder. No. 1,429,675; Sept. 19. 

Burlingame, Gayle, Columbia, Pa. Mop. No. 1,402,047 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Burlock, James C, New York, N. Y. Pedal pad. No. 
1,439,065; Dec. 19., 

Burman, Olof S., Minneapolis, Minn. Faucet-supporting 
anchor and bracket. No. 1,410,368 ; Mar. 21. 

Burman, Olof S., Minneapolis, Minn. Laundry-tray fau- 
cet. No. 1,439,792; Dec. 26. 

Burmeister, George J. (See Brodowski, J. F., and Bur- 
meister.) 

Burmeister, John, Alameda, Calif. White dressing for 
shoes and other articles of leather and cloth. No. 
1,432,440 ; Oct. 17. 
Burnam, Allen, assignor of one-half to C. M. Hocker, San 
Antonio, Tex. Air pump. No. 1,414,621 ; May 2. 

Burne, Edward L., Westminster, London, England. Means 
for regulating the speed of windmotors. No. 1,403,069 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Burnell, Louis R., Saginaw, Mich. Combination tool. No. 
1,418,529 ; June 6. 

Burner, William L. (See Cotton, J. H., and Burner.) 
Burnes, Julius P. (See Mahon, T. C, and Burnes.) 
Burnet, Edward, Loudon, England. Bottle and like 

closing device. No. 1,431,871 ; Oct. 10. 
Burnett, Alexander S., Reddish, England. Machine tool. 
No. 1,419,812 ; June 13. 

Burnett, Arthur A., and V. L. Darrow, Racine, Wis. 

Rubber knee pad. No. 1,434,808 ; Nov. 7. 
Burnett, Charley, Washington Court House, Ohio. Roof 

construction. No. 1,405,966 ; Feb. 7. 
Burnett, Charley, Washington Court House, Ohio. Build- 
ing construction. No. 1,407,250; Feb. 21. 
Burnett, Elizabeth L., Boston, Mass. Carbon paper. No. 
1,419,217; Juui! . 



Burnett, Frances II., et al., executors. (See Fahnestock, 
Ernest B.) 

Burnett, Ira A., Chicago,' 111. Alloy mixer. No. 1,413,651 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Burnett, Jett G. K., Paducah, Tex. Capsule-box con- 
tainer. No. 1,436,475 ; Nov. 21. 

Burnett, Milo O., Marengo, Iowa. Smoker's steering- 
wheel attachment. No. 1,432,015 ; Oct. 17. 

Burnett, Richard W., Chicago, 111. Reversible-strut brake 
beam. No. 1,405,665 ; Feb. 7. 

Burnette, Walter W. H., Fillmore, assignor of one-half to 
R. F. Fitz, Los Anseles, Calif. Automatic sucker-rod ele- 
vator. No. 1,427,675 ; Aug. 29. 

Burnham, Abel W., Amboy, 111. Attachment for hayforks. 
No. 1,439,603 ; Dec. 19. 

Burnham, Chester H., North Andover, Mass. Mouth- 
piece. No. 1,404,008 ; Jan. 17. 

Burnham, Clifford L., Chicago, 111. Indicating and man- 
hole-locking safety valve for tank cars. No. 1,418,530 ; 
June 6. 

Burnham, Daniel H., Evanston, 111. Building construction. 
No. 1,404,926 ; Jan. 31. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus. assignor to S. B. Condit, Jr., 
Brookline, Mass. Time-limit relay. No. 1,402,048; 
Jan. 3. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus, assignor to S. B. Condit, Jr., 
Brookline, Mass. Renewable fuse. No. 1,404,576 ; 
Jan. 24. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus, assignor to S. B. Condit, 
Jr., Brookline, Mass. Electric switch. No. 1,409,997 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus, assignor to S. B. Condit, 
Jr., Brookline, Mass. Electric switch. No. 1,413,156 ; 
Apr. 18. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus, assignor to S. B. Condit, 
Jr., Brookline, Mass. Motor-starting device. No. 
1,415,521 ; May 9. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus, assignor to S. B. Condit, 
Brookline, Mass. Electric service switch. No. 1,429,275 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Burnham, George B., Borosolvay, Calif. Recovering 
sodium carbonate sulphate from saline waters. No. 
1,417,139 ; May 23. 

Burnham, George B., Glendale, Calif. Recovering valua- 
ble components in a liquid phase. No. 1,424,447 ; 

Burnham' Joseph L., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Arc barrier for dynamo-electric 
machines. No. 1,423,996; July 25. 

Burnham, Maye G., et al. (See Scott, Joseph H., as- 
signor.) 

Burnham, Robert C, Richland Center, Wis. Vending 
machine. No. 1,424,150 ; Aug. 1. 

Burns, Albert M., Cupey, Cuba, assignor to Fulton Iron 
Works Company, St. Louis, Mo. Safety device for 
endless conveyers. No. 1,437,718 ; Dec. 5. 

Burns, Anthony J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Burns-Pollock Electric Manufacturing Company, Indi- 
ana Harbor, Ind. Combined lamp and phonograph. 
No. 1,438,631; Dec. 12. 

Burns, Bartholomew P., Chicago, 111. Adjustable back 
rest. No. 1,409,662 ; Mar. 14. 

Burns, Charles C. (See Morris, Edward B., assignor.) 

Burns, David E. assignor of one-half to H. J. McKinley, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. Road scraper. No. 1,429,125 ; 

Sept- 12. . xtt , 

Burns, Dawson J., Bronxville, N. Y., assignor to Ward 
Leonard Electric Company. Electrical controlling de- 
vice. No. 1,416,446; May 16. 

Burns, Edward A., Hartford. Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Typewriter Company, New York, N. Y. Type- 
writing 'machine. No. 1,428,213 ; Sept. 5. 

Burns, Elmer Z., Madison. N. J., and G. Keillcr, New 
York, N. Y. Automatic draft controller. No. 1,433,446 ; 
Oct. 24. 

Burns, Frances E. (See Burns, Joseph J., assignor.) 

Burns, Frank, Westfield, N. Y. Hinge. No. 1,409,663 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Burns, Frank L., Three Rivers, Mich. Vehicle top cur- 
tain. No. 1.421,400; July 4. 

Burns, Frank L., and F. J. Tessin, Three Rivers, Mich. 
Wire or cable coupling. No. 1,427,258 ; Aug. 29. 

Burns, Helen S., East Dubuque, 111. Child's apparel out- 
fit. No. 1,435,146; Nov. 14. 

Burns, Helen S., Platteville, Wis. Combined dress and 
rompers. No. 1,435,147 ; Nov. 14. 

Burns, Helen S., East Dubuque, 111. Combined bassinet 
and swing. No. 1,435,148; Nov. 14. 

Burns, Jabez, & Sons. (See Greene, Richard A., as- 
signor.) 

Burns, James E., Lowell, Mass. Priming mixture. No. 
1,437,224 ; Nov. 28. 

Burns, Jesse L. (See Metheny, Jesse J., assignor.) 

Burns, John A., Pointhouse, Bishopton, Scotland. Device 
for holding cylindrical bodies, such as pipes, rods, and 
the like against endwise movement. No. 1,440,207; 
Dec. 26. 

Burns, Joseph E., Syracuse, N. Y. Producing serrated 
edge. No. 1,435,514 ; Nov. 14. 

Burns, Joseph J., assignor of one-fourth to F. E. Burns, 
Tampa, Fla. Metallic studding. No. 1,413,828 ; Apr. 25. 

Burns-Pollock Electric Manufacturing Company. (See 
Burns, Anthony J., assignor.) 



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Bums, Robert L., Taft, Calif. Underreamer. No. 1,403,388 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Burns, Bobert L„ Taft, Calif. Well-drilling apparatus. 
No. 1.407,924 ; Feb. 28. 

Burns, Thomas A., assignor to Dunlop Tire and Rubber 
Goods Company, Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 
Apparatus for solutionizing tire beads. No. 1,422,083 ; 
July 11. 

Burns, Thomas J., Detroit, Mich., assignor to W. P. 
Murphy, Chicago, 111. Car-coupling uncoupling mecha- 
nism. No. 1,407,925 ; Feb. 28. 

Burns, Thomas M. (See Busher, J. E., and Burns.) 

Burns, Walter G., Fort Wayne, Ind. Gear casing. No. 
1.431,721 ; Oct. 10. 

Burns, Walter W., Greenport, N. Y., assignor to H. B. 
Johnston, Seattle, Wash. Piston and piston ring. No. 
1,419,715 ; June 13. 

Burns, Walter W., Greenport, N. Y., .assignor to H. B. 
Johnston, Seattle. Wash. Piston and piston ring. No. 
1,419,813; June 13. 

Burns, Wilford E., assignor to M. J. Brandenstein & Co., 
San Francisco, Calif. Ear-tinning machine. No. 
1.417,448 ; May 23. 

Burns, William C., Albany, Oreg. Cuboid support. No. 
1,426,258 ; Aug. 15. 

Burns, William D., Amenia, N. Y. Roller bearing. No. 
1,423.804 ; July 18. 

Burns, William H., Chicago, 111. Hairpin. No. 1,430,434 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Burns, William H., Carbondale, 111. Oil box. No. 1,430,490 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Burnstine, Abraham, Washington, D. C. Second-hand- 
setting mechanism for watches. No. 1,421,668 ; July 4. 

Buron, Joseph A., jr., Worcester, Mass. Automobile ex- 
tricating device. No. 1,424,616 ; Aug. 1. 

Burr Company, The. (See Burr, Ellis M., assignor.) 

Burr, Ellis M., assignor to The Burr Company, Champaign, 
111. Dynamometer. No. 1,433,067 ; Oct. 24. 

Burr, Harry J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to The Post- 
craft Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Stamp-affixing 
machine. No. 1,406,534 ; Feb. 14. 

Burr, Harry J., New Hartford, N. Y., assignor to Post- 
craft Company, Inc., Utica, N. Y. Stamp-affixing ma- 
chine. No. 1.406,535 ; Feb. 14. 

Burrage, George B., et al., trustees. (See Stephenson, 
Leigh J., assignor.) 

Burrell, Albert. (See Burrell, Oliver, assignor.) 

Burrell. Austin R.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Snap fastener. No. 
1,408,073 : Feb. 28. 

Burrell, D. H., & Co. (See Feldmeier, H., and Dalzell, 
assignors.) 

Burrell, D. H., & Co. (See Feldmeier, Harvey, assignor.) 

Burrell, George A., New York, N. Y., G. G. Oberfell, Tulsa, 
Okla., and C. L. Voress, Bradford, Pa., assignors to Gaso- 
line Recovery Corporation. Apparatus for extracting 
vapors from gaseous mixtures. No. 1,402,340 ; Jan. 3. 

Burrell, Oliver, assignor of one-half to A. Burrell, Benson 
Mines, N. Y. Steel railway tie. No. 1,419,814 ; June 13. 

Burrell, Timothy J., El Paso, Tex. Track-sanding device. 
No. 1,426,627 ; Aug. 22. 

Burrell, William C, Kankakee, 111., assignor to Robertson 
Brothers Manufacturing Company. Trough. No. 
1.432.051 ; Oct. 17. 

Burridge. Charles A.. St. Johns, Mich. Heating stove. No. 
1,403,146 ; Jan. 10. 

Burris, James N., deceased, by H. E. Voss. administrator, 
Davenport, Iowa. Nonskid attachment for vehicle tires: 
(Reissue.) No. 15,418; July 25. 

Burris, Melvin, Mendon, Ohio. Crate. No. 1,436,148 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Bindschedler, 
Theodore, S.. assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. ( See Harvey, C. L., 
and Mueller, assignors.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Morton, Allen 
A., assignor.) 

Burroughs, Arthur S. (See Dutro, Orville V., and Bur- 
roughs.) 

Burroughs, Charles F., East Orange, assignor to Composi- 
tion Machinery Corporation, Newark, N. J. Molding 
press. No. 1,405,484 : Feb. 7. 

Burrowes. E. T., Company, The. (See Gowell, Ernest E., 
assignor.) 

Burrows, Charles E„ Vestal, N. Y. Reverse motion. No. 
1,421.163; .Time 27. 

Burrows, Charles W. (See Arendt, M., Burrows, and 
Rosenmeyer.) 

Burrows, Eastman A. (See Clump, F. G., and Burrows.) 

Burrows, George T., Cleveland, assignor of one-half to 
E. H. Groenke. Lima, Ohio. Safety lathe dog. No. 
1.400.334; Mar. 14. 

Burrows, Henry, Poulton-le-Fylde, England. Preparation 
of a metallic jointing compound. No. 1,420,908; 
June 27. 

Burrows, James. (See Cann, J. A., and Burrows.) 

Burrows, Linus P., deceased, Erie, Pa. ; L. B. Archer, 
executrix. Alloy for forging steel and producing 
same from nickel ore. No. 1,424,710; Aug. 1. 

Burrows, Linus P., deceased, Erie, Pa. ; L. B. Archer, ex- 
ecutrix. Treating nickel ores and product resulting 
therefrom. No. 1,424,711 ; Aug. 1. 

Burrows, Robert J., assignor to Clark Equipment Company, 
Buchanan, Mich. Metal wheel. No. 1,405,184 ; Jan. 31. 



Burrows, Robert J., assignor to Clark Equipment Com- 
pany, Buchanan, Mich. Axle for motor vehicles. No. 
1,409,664; Mar. 14. 

Burrows, Robert J., assignor to Clark Equipment Com- 
pany, Buchanan, Mich. Metal wheel. No. 1,416,330; 
May 16. 

Burrows, Robert J., assignor to Clark Equipment Com- 
pany, Buchanan, Mich. Axle for motor vehicles. No. 
1,427,089 ; Aug. 29. 

Burrows, Robert J., assignor to Clark Equipment Com- 
pany, Buchanan, Mich. Axle for motor vehicles. No. 
1,437,492 ; Dec. 5. 

Burrows, William R., Newark, N. J., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Method of and apparatus for fin- 
ishing bulbs. No. 1,404,268 ; Jan. 24. 

Burson, Harry H., assignor to Simplex Steel Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Studding for plaster boards and 
the like. No. 1,414,111 ; Apr. 25. 

Burson, Harry H., assignor to Simplex Steel Products Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Clip for plaster boards and the like. 
No. 1,417,793; May 30. 

Burson, Harry ■ H., assignor to Simplex Steel Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Tying tool. No. 1,426,545 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Burson Knitting Company. (See Carlson, Jahan G., as- 
signor.) 

Burstall, William H., assignor of one-half to W. Adamson, 
Oxnard, Calif. Circle brace. No. 1,419,541 ; June 13. 

Burstall, William H., and J. S. Turner, Oxnard, Calif., 
assignors of two-thirds to said Burstall and one-third 
to said Turner. Reversible wrench. No. 1,417,969 ; 
May 30. 

Burt, F. N., Company. (See Carle, Harold, assignor.) 

Burt, F. N., Company. (See Holly, Carlos, assignor.) 

Burt, F. N., Company Limited. (See Palmer, Lyndon C, 
assignor.) 

Burt, George M. (See Hack, Ernest B., assignor.) 

Burt, George W. (See Myers, Wilson R., assignor.) 

Burt, Glenn V., Kansas City, Mo. Bottle carrier. No. 
1,436,234; Nov. 21. 

Burt, Laurence S. (See Broadley, J. R., and Lee, as- 
signors.) 

Burt, Leslie N. (See Richards, G., Burt, and Freeborn.) 

Burt, William C, Enid, Okla. Protective covering for 
tires. No. 1,403,385; Jan. 10. 

Burris, Warren H. (See Klein, R. A., Burris, and Eyerly.) 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor to G. J. Ziegler, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Power-lift attachment for tractors. No. 
1,419,014 ; June 6. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor of one-half to H. A. 
Brunei!, Los Angeles, Calif. Piston-sleeve valve for 
L-head motors. No. 1,430,622 ; Oct. 3. 

Burton, Alexander M., assignor of four-tenths to H. W. J. 
Seltzer, Pittsburgh, Pa. Vehicle bumper construction. 
No. 1,438,358; Dec. 12. 

Burton, Carl O., Duluth, Minn. Track sander. No. 
1,425,575 ; Aug. 15. 

Burton, Carroll. (See Brown, W. M., Burton, and 
Weeks.) 

Burton, Carroll, I. K. Dixon, and S. C. Weeks, Johns- 
town, Pa. Railway track structure and making same. 
No. 1,431,369; Oct. 10. 

Burton, Charles H., Washington, D. C. Electric light. 
No. 1,434,041 ; Oct. 31. 

Burton, Charles S., et al. (See Clark, Melville, assignor.) 

Burton, Charles S., Oak Park. 111. Container for music 
rolls and the like. No. 1,402,917 ; Jan. 10. 

Burton, Charles S., Oak Park, 111. Vacuum fuel-feed de- 
vice for internal-combustion engines. No. 1,408,440 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Burton, Charles S., Oak Park. 111. Container for music 
rolls and the like. No. 1,422.829 ; July 18. 

Burton, Charles S., Oak Park, assignor to Stewart-Warner 
Speedometer Corporation, Chicago, 111. Vacuum fuel- 
feeding device for internal-combustion engines and the' 
like. No. 1,432,381 ; Oct. 17. 

Burton, Charles S., Oak Park, assignor to Stewart-Warner 
Speedometer Corporation, Chicago, 111. Vacuum fuel- 
feeding device for internal-combustion engines and the 
like. No. 1,439,689; Dec. 26. 

Burton, Christopher D., London, England. Container. No 
1,415,986 ; May 16. 

Burton, Frank F., Mount Carmel, assignor to Winchester 
Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, Conn. Box magazine 
for firearms. No. 1,407,633 ; Feb. 21. 

Burton, Frank F., Mount Carmel, assignor to Win- 
chester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, Conn. Rear 
sight for firearms. No. 1,438.694 ; Dec. 12. 

Burton, Frank M., San Antonio, Tex. Fuse carrier. No. 
1,405,271 ; Jan. 31. 

Burton, Frederick A., New York, N. Y. Bottle cap. No. 
1,427,259 ; Aug. 29. 

Burton, George E., Philadelphia. Pa. Sharpener for ro- 
tary cutters. No. 1,433,339 ; Oct. 24. 

Burton, James E., Cambridge, Mass. Scale. No. 
1,407.634 ; Feb. 21. 

Burton-Page Company. (See Shippert, Warren A., as- 
signor. ) 

Burton, Thomas J., Murphysboro, 111. Sewer inlet. 

No. 1,434,677; Nov. 7. 
Burtt, Winslow J. (See Cole. C. D., and Burtt.) 
Burwell, Earl L., Warsaw, Ind. Finger-print stand. No. 

1,404,432 ; Jan. 24. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Burwell, George O., Detroit, Mich., and C. M. Kurtz, Belle- 
vue, Pa. Trolley-wheel mount. No. 1,415,987 ; May 10. 

Bury, Thomas J., Houston,. Tex. Fender brace. Nrc. 
1,434,477; Nov. 7. 

Busacker, Emil A., Milwaukeee, Wis. Truck-dumping 
device. No. 1,403,587 ; Jan. 17. 

Bushy, Robert S., Jacksonville, Fla. Hairpin. No. 
1,429,712 ; Sept. 19. 

Busby, Robert S., assignor of one-half to A. D. Rich- 
ardson and R. O. Birchy, Jacksonville, Fla. Tilting 
and locking device for steering wheels. No. 1,424,555 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Busch, Henry, Linnton, Oreg. Transmission. No. 
1,405,272 ; Jan. 31. 

Busch, John L., St. Louis, Mo. Burglar-proof mechanism 
for banks. No. 1,401,959 ; Jan. 3. 

Busch-Sulzer Bros.-Diesel Engine Company. (See Verhey, 
Huibert C, assignor.) 

Buscher, George, jr. (See Schein, August P., assignor.) 

Biischmann, Theodor E., Chemnitz-Kappel, assignor to 
Wanderer-Werke vorm. Winklhofer & Jaenicke Aktien- 
gesellschaft, Schonau B. Chemnitz, Germany. Tabulator 
bar of typewriter tabulators. No. 1,428,140 ; Sept. 5. 

Biischmann, Theodor E., Chemnitz-Kappel, assignor to 
Wanderer-Werke vorm. Winklhofer & Jaenicke Aktien- 
gesellschaft, Schonau B. Chemnitz, Germany. Method 
and apparatus for fixing- slotback types upon the type 
levers of typewriters. No. 1,428,141 ; Sept. 5. 

Buschmeyer, Clarence R., assignor to The Standard 
Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. Recording auto- 
graphic register. No. 1,407,376 ; Feb. 21. 

Buse, Frederick W. (See Stahl, Hugo, assignor.) 

Bush, Carl, assignor of one-half to F. L. Walters, Mattoon, 
111. Beading-tool retainer. No. 1,420,240 ; June 20. 

Bush, Charles J., Buffalo, N. Y. Automobile rim tool. 
No. 1,433,779 ; Oct. 31. 

Bush, Corydon I., Gallipolis, Ohio. Lunch or game lap- 
board. No. 1,436,859 ; Nov. 28. 

Bush Electric Company, The. (See Bush, Hazel B., as- 
signor. ) 

Bush, Everet M., and P. Brown, Haverstraw, N. Y. Pro- 
tector for shoes. No. 1,440,337 ; Dec. 26. 

Bush, George G., Bristol, Conn. Polisher. No. 1,424,448 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Bush, George W., Covington, Ky. Means employed in 
collection systems. No. 1,419,815 ; June 13. 

Bush, Hazel B., deceased, San Bernardino, Calif. ; M. D. 
Douglas, administrator. Fuse-gripping device. No. 
1,430,053 ; Sept. 26. 

Bush, Hazel B., Bedford, assignor to The Bush Electric 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Fuse emplacing and remov- 
ing implement. No. 1,422,830 ; July 18. 

Bush, Reno J., Bloomsburg, Pa. Dispensing container. 
No. 1,405,753 : Feb. 7. 

Bush, William E., Fresno, Calif. Bathing cap. No. 
1,436,235; Nov. 21. 

Bushell, Charles S., Beloit, Wis. Window. No. 1,433,780 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Busher, Joseph E., and T. M. Burns, Kansas City, Mo. 
Electric-cord take-up. No. 1,432,964 ; Oct. 24. 

Bushnell, Alvah, Company. (See Bushnell, Alvah, Jr., 
assignor.) 

Bushnell, Alvah, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Expanding filing 
pocket. No. 1,403,070 ; Jan. 10. 

Bushnell, Alvah, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Removable card 
holder for wallets and the like. No. 1,408,981 ; Mar. 7. 

Bushnell, Alvah, Jr., assignor to Alvah Bushnell Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Binding strap. No. 1,421,164; 
June 27. 

Bushnell, Clyde E. (See Shimmin, J. T., and Bushnell.) 

Bushnell, John B., Los Angeles, Calif. Direction indicator 
for vehicles. No. 1,418,531 ; June 6. 

Busick, William A., Belleville, 111. Range. No. 1,409,923 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Business Systems, Limited. (See Roberts, Herbert L., 
assignor. ) 

Buss, John, Freeport, 111. Earth-embedded flower holder. 
No. 1.439,143 ; Dec. 19. 

Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Reversible strut for 
brake beams. No. 1,438,632; Dec. 12. 

Busse, Edwin G. (See Williams, C. H., and Busse.) 

Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Brake beam. No. 1,421,064 ; 
June 27. 

Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Lubricated side bearing. No. 
1,435,803; Nov. 14. 

Busse, Edwin G., and A. W. Hawkins, assignors to Chi- 
cago Railway Equipment Company, Chicago, 111. Third 
or fourth point support bracket for brake rigging. No. 
1,428,214; Sept. 5. 

Busse, Edwin G., and G. N. Van Sweringen, assignors to 
Chicago Railway Equipment Company, Chicago, 111. 
Brake head. No. 1,430,355 ; Sept. 26. 

Busse, Otto, Hettstedt, Germany. Casting mold. No. 
1,413,387; Apr. IS. 

Bussey, Charles C, Brooklyn assignor to S. E. Darby, 
trustee, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for treating car- 
bonaceous material for the recovery of the volatile hy- 
drocarbon constituents thereof. No. 1,432,275 ; Oct. 17. 



Bussey, Charles C, Brooklyn, assignor to S. E. Darby, 
trustee, New York, N. Y. Treating carbonaceous ma- 
terial for the recovery of the volatile hydrocarbon con- 
stituents thereof. No. 1,432,276 ; Oct. 17. 

Bussey, Clyde G., Los Angeles, Calif. Direction signal for 
motor vehicles. No. 1,434,326 ; Oct. 31. 

Bussinger, William J., assignor to National Specialtv 
Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Potato 
slicer. No. 1,439.501 ; Dec. 19. 

Busskohl, Dick F., Pedro, S. Dak. Belt guide and stay. 
No. 1,410,549 ; Mar. 28. 

Bustamante, Gonzalo J., South Hadley, Mass. Produc- 
tion of cellulose from vegetable matter. No. 1,402,210 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Buswell, Edwin, Birmingham, England. Forming or tru- 
ing up the peripheries of grinding wheels. No. 
1,440,338; Dec. 26. 

Buswell, Henry L. F. (See Hammond, J. H., Jr., and 
Buswell.) 

Buswell, Henry L. F., assignor to J. H. Hammond, jr., 
Gloucester, Mass. System for salvo firing of torpedoes. 
No. 1,431,144; Oct. 3. 

Butcher, Harry E., assignor to The Standard Parts Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Demountable vehicle wheel rim. 
No. 1,422,661 ; July 11. 

Butcher, Hervey E., Buffalo, N. Y. Reenforced concrete 
column. No. 1,410,453 ; Mar. 21. 

Butcher, James I., Detroit, Mich. Variable-speed trans- 
mission. No. 1,410,454 ;. Mar. 21. 

Butcher, James M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Sentinel Alarm Clock Co., Chicago, 111. Mounting and 
control for alarms. No. 1,410,161; Mar. 21. 

Butcher, Michael, Fernie, British Columbia, Canada. Com- 
bination electrical heater and cooker. No. 1,438,516 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Butcher, William L., Bringhurst, Ind. Fence pro- 
tector. No. 1,406,929 ; Feb. 14. 

Butler, Arthur C, Boston, Mass. Drawing mechanism. 
No. 1,428,271 ; Sept. 5. 

Butler, Arthur C, Boston, Mass. Drawing or drafting 
mechanism. No. 1.433,529 ; Oct. 31. 

Butler, Charles A., Okmulgee, Okla. Pipe tongs. No. 
1,435,376 ; Nov. 14. 

Butler, David, Montezuma, N. Y. Apparatus for testing 
motor vehicles. No. 1,407,377 ; Feb. 21. 

Butler, David H., Edgewood, assignor to Inlaid Company, 
Providence, R. I. Cigarette case. No. 1,409,665 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Butler, Edgar M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Freight-car-unloading 
device. No. 1,402,475 ; Jan. 3. 

Butler, Edgar M., and G. A. Jochum, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Dumb-waiter attachment. No. 1,404,832 ; Jan. 31. 

Butler, Edward M., assignor to S. B. Butler, Croton 
Falls, N. Y. Cuff link. No. 1,431,629 ; Oct. 10. 

Butler, Frank L., Chicago, 111. Switch-supporting attach- 
ment for electric fixtures. No. 1,423,645 ; July 25. 

Butler, Frank L., Chicago, 111. Electric fixture. No. 
1,423,646; July 25. 

Butler, Frank M., Elko, Nev. Valve-spring lifter. No. 
1,428,471 ; Sept. 5. 

Butler, Harold, H., R. II. Hay hurst, and W. Alderson, 
Halifax, England. Slotting, shaping, milling, drilling, 
and other like machine tools. No. 1,416,786 ; May 23. 

Butler, Harry F., Oklahoma, Okla. Gate. No. 1,439,604 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Butler, Harry R., Pelham Manor, N. Y'., assignor to The 
Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company, Stamford, 
Conn. Trolley-track hanger. No. 1,411,234; Mar. 28. 

Butler, James, Alberton, Mont. Cattle guard. No. 
1,435,582 ; Nov. 14. 

Butler, James L., Akron, Ohio assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company New York, N. Y. Method and ap- 
paratus for making tire casings. No. 1,428,752 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Butler, Henry. (See Eldridge, John, assignor.) 

Butler, Herbert. (See Butler, H. and H., Hayhurst, and 
Alderson.) 

Butler, Hugh M. (See Davis, Charles W., assignor.) 

Butler, Israel, Buffalo, N. Y., assignor of one-half to J. I. 
Brunson and G. A. Saunders. Train control. No. 
1,414,860; May 2. 

Butler, J. W., Paper Company. (See Lysen, John E., as- 
signor.) 

Butler, Jay E., assignor to Victor Piston Ring Company, 
Baltimore, Md. Apparatus for testing piston rings. 
No. 1,426,711 ; Aug. 22. 

Butler, John S., and E. Fowler, U. S. Army. Flash hidfir 
and recoil absorber. No. 1.415.919: May 16. 

Butler, John S., U. S. Army, assignor to N. D. Baker, 
Secretary of War, trustee. Luminous gun sight. No. 
1,423,184; July 18. 

Butler, Joseph, Altrincham, England. Gramophone. No. 
1.408,798 ; Mar. 7. 

Butler, Joseph, Auckland, New Zealand, assignor to The 
Kauri Timber Company, Limited, Melbourne, Victoria, 
Australia. Wooden panel. No. 1.418.007 : May 30. 

Butler, Percival P., and II. H. Stout, Douglas, Ariz., as- 
signors of fifty-five one-hundredths to Phelps Dodge Cor- 
poration. Process and apparatus for extracting copper 
from slag in the reverberatory furnaces. No'. 1,416,262 ; 
May 16. 



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Butler, Richard V., Old Forge, Pa. Thread guide for 
spinning machines. No. 1.412.917 ; Apr. 18. 

Butler, Robert B., Chicago. 111. Window-fastening .device. 
No. 1,408,862 ; Mar. 7. 

Butler, Stewart B. (See Butler, Edward M., assignor.) 

Butler, William A., Portsmouth, Va. Inside pipe wrench. 
No. 1,405,896 ; Feb. 7. 

Butler, William F., Fairport, N. Y., assignor to American 
i an Company. Fish - positioning machine. No. 
1,416.687; May 23. 

Butt, Charles A., Atlanta, Ga. Conditioning fertilizer. 
No. 1,418,618 ; June 6. 

Butt, Herbert G. (See Callan, Frank J., assignor.) 

Butterfield, Alfred R. (See Butterfleld, Fred H., and 
A. R.) 

Butterfield, Daniel J., Los Angeles, Calif. Beverage-vend 
ing machine. No. 1,407.838: Feb. 28. 

Butterfield, Daniel J., Los Angeles, Calif. Automatic 
mixer for beverage-vending machines. No. 1,436,009 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Butterfield, Elmore E., Forest Hills, N. Y. Recovering 
peptones and hematin from blood. No. 1,403.892 ; 
Jan. 17. 

Butterfield. Everett N., Auburn, Nebr. Hitching element. 
No. 1,412,840 : Apr. 18. 

Butterfield, Fred H., and A. R., Long Beach, Calif. Speed 
indicator. No. 1,409,134 ; Mar. 7. 

Butterfield. Maurice A., Lowell, Mass. Circle-cutting 
tool. No. 1,423,828 ; July 25. 

Butters-Camp Mfg. Co., The. (See Camp, W. H., and 
Butters, assignors.) 

Butters, Robert H. (See Camp, W. II., and Butters.) 

Butters, Robert H. (See Levy, Henri G., assignor.) 

Bntterworth. Arthur, Jr. (See Butterworth, Arthur, A., 
Jr., and H.) 

Butterworth. Arthur, A., Jr., and H., Rochdale, England. 
Semiautomatic chucking or turning machine and the 
like machine tool. No. 1,402,397 ; Jan. 3. 

Butterworth, II. W., and Son's Company. (See Brehmer, 
Herman ('., assignor.) 

Butterworth, H. W., & Sons Company. (See Wiegand, 
Hugo O., assignor.) 

Butterworth, Harold. (See Butterworth, Arthur, A., Jr., 
and H.) 

Butterworth, Samuel D., Lansing, Mich. Windshield 
visor. No. 1,412,551 ; Apr. 11. 

Butterworth, Samuel D., Lansing, Mich. Connecting-door 
lock. No. 1,437.040 ; Nov. 28. 

Button, George W., and M. Sierad, New York. N. Y. 
Dispenser and container for perfumes. No. 1,420,965 ; 
June 27. 

Buttram, William H., assignor of one-half to R. Kobel, 
one-fourth to W. D. Mayo, and one-fourth to J. M. 
Mayo, Sallisaw, Okla. Rim tool. No. 1,420,813 ; 
June 27. 

Buttress, George A.. Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to But- 
tress Manufacturing Company. Drying, curing, and 
shaping rolls for wall board. No. 1.439.2S9 ; Dec. 19. 

Buttress Manufacturing Company. (See Buttress, George 
A., assignor.) 

Buttrick, Sidney H., Melrose. Mass. Flexible bed-cover- 
retaining device. No. 1,419,015 : June 6. 

Buttrum, William, Joplin, Mo. Lathe. No. 1,426,546 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Butts, Alfred. (See Lopez, Raymond, assignor.) 

Butts, Charles M., Orville, Calif. Subgrade drag. No. 
1.439.290: Dec. 19. 

Butts, Daniel G., assignor to Ivory Garter Company, 
New Orleans, La. Hose-supporter button. No. 
1.437,926 ; Dec. 5. 

Butts, Edward, Georgetown, Colo., and H. K. Dean. 
Boston, Mass. Railway tie. No. 1.430,884 ; Oct. 3. 

Butusov, William P.. Norfolk, Va. Power plant. No. 
1.423,514 ; July 25. 

Buxton, Incorporated. (See Buxton, Warner R., assignor.) 

Buxton. Warner R.. Longmeadow, assignor to Buxton, 
Incorporated. Springfield, Mass. Key case. No. 
1.423,909; July 25. 

Buxton, Warner R„ Longmeadow, assignor to Buxton, In- 
corporated, Springfield, Mass. Case for kevs and the 
like. No. 1,439,863 : Dec. 26. 

Buxton, Warner R., Longmeadow, assignor to Buxton, In- 
corporated, Springfield. Mass. Case for keys and the 
like. No. 1.439.864 ; Dec. 26. 

Buzzaird, Raleigh B.. Washington, D. C. assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Davis Automatic Equipment Cor- 
poration. New York. N. Y. Coin-lock mechanism. No. 
1,411.952; Apr.' 4. " 

Brain. Richard P., Port Gamble, Wash. Dust cap. No. 
1.436,082 ; <Nov. 21. 

Bye. Karl, anil P. Werle. Butte. Mont. Rail-bending de- 
vice No. 1.420,179; June 20. 

Bye, Mortimer, and L. H. Carlson, assignors to Frederick 
Stearns & Companv. Detroit. Mich. Medicinal prepa- 
ration. No. 1,439.605: Doc. 19. 

Byer, Edgar H. (See Wagaman, S. M.. and Byer.) 

Byer. Solomon. New York, N. Y. Garment press. No. 
1.402.049 ; Jan. 3. 

Byerlein. Erie J., Milwaukee, Wis. Flask fitting. No. 

Byers. A. M.. ( ompany. fSpp Aston. James, assignor.) 

Byers, Ben.iiman O., assignor of one-half to W St John 

Cleveland, Ohio. Auto lock. No. 1,421.401 • July 4 ' 



Byers, John F., Machine Company, The. (See Beckwith, 

Henry C, assignor.) 
Byers, Joseph J., Brookline, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Rajet Companv. Footwear and making 

the same. No. 1,408,265 ; Feb. 28. 
Byers, Robert M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Garter. No. 1,424,801 ; 

Aug. 8. 
Byles, Frank A., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electric system. No. 1,415,309 ; 

May 9. 
Bylger, Frans I. L., Jersey City, N. J. Troughing pulley 

for belt conveyers. No. 1,422,662 ; July 11. 
Bylund, Eric, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Vehicle tire. 

No. 1,422,921 ; July 18. 
By-Products Recovery Co., The. (See Mellott, Howard 

S., assignor.) 
Byrd, Atvill, Kansas City, Mo. Obstetrical instrument. 

No. 1.424,984; Aug. 8. 
Byrd, Walter. (See Beasley, H. E., and Byrd.) 
Byrne, Charles F., Janesville, Wis., assignor to General 

Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Automatic water 

control for ensilage cutters. No. 1,434.349 ; Oct. 31. 
Byrne, Charles F. S., Janesville, Wis., assignor to General 

Motors Corporation, Detroit. Mich. Rod and cross-pin 



connection and making same. No. 1.417,229 ; May 23. 
yrne, Edward A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Trs ' 
No. 1,412,504 ; Apr. 11. 



Byrne, Francis J., Cannon Township, Kent County, Mich. 
Device for holding traps. No. 1,409,924 ; Mar. 21. 

Byrne, Reginald P.", East Malvern, Victoria, Australia." 
Device for securing articles to clotheslines. No. 
1,402,567 ; Jan. 3. 

Byrne, Thomas, jr., Chicago, 111. Concrete mixer. No. 
1,428,941 ; Sept. 12. 

Byrnes, Clarence P., trustee. (See James, Joseph II., 
assignor.) 

Byrnes, Clarence P., Sewickley, Pa. Method of and ap- 
paratus for drawing glass. No. 1,425,746 ; Aug. 15. 

Byron, Hagar B., New York. N. Y. Film sprocket wheel 
for moving-picture machines. No. 1,424,877 ; Aug. 8. 

Byron, Orra E., Louisville, Ky. Trailer steering gear. No 
1,427,513 ; Aug. 29. 

Byron, Thomas F., Chicago, III. Bracket. No. 1,407,251 ; 
Feb. 21. 

Byrum, Otho H. (See Springfield, Garland P., assignor.) 

Bystrom, John, Chicago, 111. Loose-leaf binder. No. 
1,421,126 ; June 27. 

Bywater, Arthur, D., and L., London, England. Appara- 
tus for raising and forcing oils. No. 1,402.835 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Bywater, Darol. (See Bywater. Arthur, D., and L.) 

Bywater, Lennox. (See Bywater, Arthur, D., and L.) 

C & C Developing Company. (See Colvin, Cadet M., as- 
signor.) 

C. and D. Mfg. Company. (See Dalitz, Harry, assignor.) 

C. & E. Fein, Elektrotechnische Fabrik. (See Berner, 
Autrust, assignor.) 

Cabalka, Frank, Geddes, S. Dak. Power-actuated hay 
knife. No. 1,415,789 ; May 9. 

Cable Company, The. (See Hagey, James C, assignor.) 

Cable Company. The. (See Swensen, Alfred, assignor.) 

Cable, George W.. Marysville, Calif. Cleaner and polish 
composition. No. 1,415,866 ; May 16. 

Cabot, Deane A. (See Smith, E. W., and Cabot.) 

Cabot, Samuel. Inc. (See Cabot. Samuel, assignor.) 

Cabot, Samuel, Inc. (See Newbury, Warren C, assignor.) 

Cabot, Samuel, Canton, Mass., assignor to Samuel Cabot, 
Inc. Varnish and making same. No. 1.413,964 ; Apr. 25. 

Cabral. Seraphine M., New Bedford. Mass. Yarn guide 
and tension. No. 1,436,942 ; Nov. 28. 

Cabrini, At'tilio, Milan, Italy. Weeding machine for rice 
fields. No. 1,412,164 ; Apr. 11. 

Cacciari, Alfonso, Milan, Italy. Pneumatic rotarv pump 
for rarefying and compressing fluids. No. 1,426,356 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Caccioppoli, Lorenzo. (See Assereto, A., and Caccioppoli.) 

Cacici, Tina. Brooklyn, N. Y. Embroidery frame. No. 
1.411,908; Apr. 4. 

Caddell, Thomas, Canton, Mass. Roll for finishing and 
like machines. No. 1,435,583 ; Nov. 14. 

Cade, Charles W., Bellevue. assignor to McKinnov Manu- 
facturing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Truck. No, 
1,431,630 ; Oct. 10. 

Cade, Enos B.. Seattle, Wash. Measuring device. No 
1.405,754 ; Feb. 7. 

Cade. Enos B., Portland, Oreg. Meter. No. 1,421,903; 
July 4. ■ ■ 

Cadgene, Ernest. (See Verney, Marius, assignor.) 

Cadillac Motor Car Company. (See Aseltine, Fred E., as- 
signor.) 

Cadillac Motor Car Company. (See Litle, Thomas J. ir , 
assignor.) 

Cadillac Motor Car Companv. (See Snell, Lvle K as- 
signor.) 

Cadillac Motor Car Company. (See White. D'Orsav M . 
assignor.) 

Cadman. Addi B.. assignor to Warner Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Beloit; Wis. Bolster and chock. No. 1,411,403; 
Apr. 4. 

Cadman. Addi B„ Beloit. assignor to Warner Manufac- 
turing Company, South Beloit, Wis. Trailer truck. 
No. 1.421.402 ; July 4. 

Cadmus. Frederick f.. Jr., Fairmont, W. Va. Running 
gear of vehicles. No. 1,403,288 ; Jan. 10. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Cadwalader, Kinsey, Argentine, Kans., assignor of one- 
half to R. L. Hutton, Kansas City, Mo. Warehouse 
dumping truck. No. 1,410,991 ; Mar. 28. 
Cadwell, Charles A., assignor to The Electric Railway Im- 
provement Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Rail bond and 
making same. No. 1,412,269; Apr. 11. 
Cadwell, Joel M., Portland, Oreg. Folding table. No. 

1,413,706 ; Apr. 25. 
Cadwell, John G. (See Scott, R. D., and Cadwell.) 
Cadwell, Phineas M., assignor to Cadwell & Salyers, Mal- 
vern, Iowa. Scoop-attaching means for grading and 
excavating machines. No. 1,410,162 ; Mar. 21. 
Cadwell, Sidney M., New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Naugatuck Chemical Company. Vulcanization of rubber 
employing amines and open-chain aldehydes and similar 
substances and products obtained thereby. No. 1 ,417,970 ; 
May 30. 
Cadwell & Salyers. (See Cadwell, Phineas M., assignor.) 
Cady, George B., Canastota, N. Y. Device for placing pis- 
tons having rings in cylinders. No. 1,425,075 ; Aug. 8. 
Cady, Sherman W., Auburn, N. Y., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Disk harrow. No. 
1,433,068 ; Oct. 24. 
Cady, Willis B., Chicago, 111. Air-brake handle. No. 

1,423,185; JulyJ.8. 
Caesber, Asa E. (See Jordan, T. A., and Caesber.) 
Cafferate, Bernard J., Newark-upon-Trent, England. 
Plaster-slab-molding machine. No. 1,430,885 ; Oct. 3. 
Cafiero, Michael J. (See Olsen, Harvey, assignor.) 
Cahill, Gerald, et al. (See Carlson, Ivar, assignor.) 
C'ahill, John, Lewisburg, Ohio. Burial vault or mauso- 
leum or the like. No. 1,432,836 ; Oct. 24. 
Cahill, Thomas J., Philadelphia, Pa. Aerial bomb. No. 

•1,417,299; May 23. 
Cahn, Alma M., Stockton, Calif. Child's garment. No. 

1,439,502 ; Dec. 19. 
Gahusac, Clarence N., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Uni- 
versal Fixture Corporation, New York, N. Y. Revolving 
display fixture. No. 1,432,277; Oct. 17. 
' Caimi, Domenico, et al. (See Liuni. Salvatore, assignor.) 
Cain, Alvah E., Philipsburg, Mont. Tractor. No. 1,405,897 ; 

Feb. 7. 
Cain, Alvah E., Philipsburg, Mont. Frictional tractor 

gearing. No. 1,435,584 ; Nov. 14. 
Cain, Charles, Washington Township, Owen County, Ind. 

Animal trap. No. 1,418,864; June 6. 
Cain, Charlie L., Blackford, assignor of one-fourth to W. D. 
Crowell, Marion, Ky. Crosstie. No. 1,427,062 ; Aug. 22. 
Cain, Clarence E., Wilmer, Tex. Automatic clutch release. 

No. 1,418,619 ; June 6. 
Cain, Harry N., assignor to The Donley Brothers Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Fireplace damper. No. 
1,415,522 ; May 9. 
Cain, James W., Detroit, Mich. Spotlight signal. No. 

1,413,096 ; Apr. 18. 
Cain, John J., Bayonne, N. J. Making headers for tubular 

boilers. No. 1,420,241 ; June 20. 
Cain, John W., Chicago, 111. Windshield wiper. No. 

1,406,341 ; Feb. 14. 
Cain, Joseph C, jr., Ford, Ky. Mail-bag catcher. No. 

1.436,149 ; Nov. 21. 
Cain. Thomas P., Wichita, Kans. Hub pull-out attach- 
ment. No. 1,403,389 ; Jan. 10. 
Cain, William H., Los Angeles, Calif. Gas and air mixer. 

No. 1,407,346 ; Feb. 21. 
Cairns, George A., et al. (See Mixon, Louis L., assignor.) 
Cairns, Joseph W. (See Cairns, Robert and J. W.) 
Cairns, Robert and J. W., Watertown, Wis. Coin-delivery 

machine. No. 1,431,215 ; Oct. 10. 
Calahan, Delona L., Fairfax, Wash. Car-loading appa- 
ratus. No. 1,424,279; Aug. 1. 
Calandra, Vincent, Buffalo, N. Y. Budding implement. 

No. 1,423,491; July 18. 
Calarco, Domenico, Burlington, Vt. Sounding toy. No. 

1,413,454; Apr. 18. 
Calcaterra, Joseph, New York, and O. J. Bernardoni, Co- 
rona, N. Y. Means to prevent dead centers in engines. 
No. 1,430,491; Sept. 26. 
Calco, Joseph, Chicago, 111. Detachable cuffi. No. 

1.413,897; Apr. 25. 
Calderaro, Vito. (See Ruffo, E., and Calderaro.) 
Calderwood, William T., Huddersfleld, England. Machine 
relating to the manufacture and molding of soap. No. 
1,409,925 ; Mar. 21. 
Caldwell, Alfred B., Detroit, Mich. Pennant holder. No. 

1,433.933 ; Oct. 31. 
Caldwell, Charles P., Kansas City, Mo. Ventilator. No. 

1,408,441 ; Mar. 7. 
Caldwell, Clarence H., Oak Park, 111. Typewriter attach- 
ment. No. 1,424,985 ; Aug. 8. 
Caldwell, Comer. (See Beverly, F. P., and Caldwell.) 
Caldwell, Francis S., Columbus, Ohio, and A. M. Bennett, 
Westfield, N. J., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Burke Electric Company. Electric welding. No. 
1,428,529; Sept. 12. 
Caldwell, Frank W., Dayton, Ohio. Variable-pitch or re- 
versible propeller. No. 1,404,269 ; Jan. 24. 
Caldwell, Harold G. (See Ehrenfelde, R., and Caldwell.) 
Caldwell, James R., assignor to The Seamless Rubber 
Company, Inc., New Haven, Conn. Recoil pad. No. 
1,418,532; June 6. 
Caldwell. John C, Miami, Fla. Fishing rod. No. 
1,415,310 ; May 9. 



No. 



Caldwell, John H., Wenona, 111. Disk plow. 

1,404,577 ; Jan. 24. 
Caldwell, P. G. (See Hood, William S.. assignor.) 
Caldwell, Paul L., Kansas City, Mo. Light director and 

reflector for automobile lamps. No. 1,403,840 : Jan 17 
Caldwell, Warren A., Oskaloosa, Lowa. Graiu crib No' 

1,421,763 ; July 4. 
Caldwell, William L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

United Alloy Steel Corporation, Canton, Ohio. Joist 

hanger. No. 1,406,723; Feb. 14. 
Calef, Heman A., Portland, Oreg. Comforter or wadded 

quilt. No. 1,421,906; July 4. 
Calhoun, Chas., et al. (See Werts, William D„ assignor.) 
Calhoun, Henry C, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle wheel. No 

1,407,252 ; Feb. 21. 
Calhoun, John W., Chester, Pa. Metex-box, manhole, and 

like cover. No. 1,408,982 •; Mar. 7. 
Calhoun j_obn W., Chester, Pa. Meter-box cover. No. 

1,421,669 ; July 4. 
Calhoun John W, Chester, Pa. Meter-testing machine. 

Calhoun, Lannie M. ' (See Martin, H. W., ahd Calhoun.) 
Calhoun, sterling W., Glencoe, 111. Fluid compressor. 

No. 1,413,388 ; Apr. 18. 
California Barrel Co. (See Warren, M. C, and Krohn, 

assignors.) 



(See Andresen, Julius C, as- 

Company. (See Coberly, 

(See Oliver, Albert L., as- 

(See Blankenhorn, 

(See Fitchet, 



No. 1,407,378; 
James L. (See Callaghan, George H. and 

Hand-propelled 
Apparatus for 



California Barrel Company. 

signor.) 
California Burdett Oxygen 

Clarence J., assignor.) 
California Cap . Company. 

signor.) 
California Packing Corporation. 

G. W., and Castberg, assignors.) 
California Sales Agency Company, The 

Charles L., assignor.) 
Caligan, William L Waterbury, assignor to Robert N. Bas- 

flU 5£ mpa i ny o Inc -' Derby > ConEU Ba S lock - No. 
1,4.27,353 ; Aug. 29. 

Calise, Harry J New York, N. Y. Automobile lamp cover. 
No. 1,409,666 ; Mar. 14. 

Calkins, Bert L., Racine, Wis. Hacksaw machine No 
1,437,225 ; Nov. 28. 

Calkins, Frederick A., Waterbury, Conn. Chain-link open- 
ing and closing device. No. 1,438,216 ; Dec. 12 

Calkins, Seward H., New York, N. 1". Divider and re- 
enforcing strip. No. 1,434,281 ; Oct. 31. 

Calkins Uriah R., Cheyenne Wells, Colo. Composition 
? f ,,?! a £& r f ? r the treatment of diseases of cows. No. 
1,404,370 ; Jan. 24. 

Calkins, William M., Syracuse, N. Y. Apparatus for mix- 
rog liquids. No. 1,420,079 ; June 20. 

Call Ralph H., Manchester, N. H. Milk-bottle holder. No 
1,419,488 ; June 13. 

Callaghan, George H. and j; L., assignors of three-fourths 
to T. L. Glazebrook, Minneapolis, Minn., and one-fourth 
to said J. L. Callaghan. Town»pe. 
Feb. 21. 

Callaghan, 
J. L.) 

Callaghan, William E., Canton, Ohio, 
vehicle. No. 1,439,465; Dec. 19. 

Callahan, Charles F., Memphis, Tenn. 

dispensing beverages. No. 1,409,827 ; Ma'rT 14."" 

Callahan, James P., San Francisco. Calif. Side-wing and 
sunshade supporting bracket. No. 1,433,934 ; Oct. 31. 

Callahan, Timothy F., Squantum, Mass. Liquid measur- 
ing and dispensing apparatus. No. 1,423,305 ; July 18. 

Callahan, Walter E (See Eppleman, C. C, and Callahan.) 

Callahan, William J., Worcester, Mass. Automobile in- 
strument light. No. 1,411,266 ; Apr. 4. 

Callais, Julian C, St. Louis, Mo. Amusement device 
No. 1,421,907 ; July 4. 

Callan, Frank J., deceased, Boston, by A. E. Reimer exec- 
utor, Boston, assignor to H. G. Butt, Winthrop.'Mass. 
Quick-acting pipe vise. No. 1,421,065 ; June 27. 

Callard, Robert P., Charleston, W. *a., assignor to The 
Libbey-Owens Sheet Glass Company, Toledo, Ohio 
Sheet-glass-drawing mechanism. No. 1.402,145 ; Jan 3 

Callaway, Oswald E., Dallas, Tex. .Attachment for bind- 
ers. No. 1,425,365; Aug. 8. 

Callebert, Alfonse, assignor to Rex Machine Tool Co.. Jack- 
son, Mich. Cylinder - reaming tool. No. 1,427,514- 
Aug. 29. 

Callebert, Alfonse, assignor to Rex Machine Tool Com- 
pany, Jackson, Mich. Burnishing tool. No. 1,429,403 • 
Sept. 19. ' 

Callery, George F., Oak Park, and R. W. Lotz, Chicago, 
111. Carton. No. 1,415,988 ; May 16. 

Callery, Thomas J., Jersey City, N. J. Freight-car-closlne 
device. No. 1,405,485 ; Feb. 7. 

Callier, Felix J., Brush, Colo. Automatic focusing device 
for enlarging cameras. No. 1423,997; July 25. 

Callison, Abner F., Buffalo Creek, Colo. Loading and un- 
loading means and portable body for trucks. No. 
1.422,663; July 11. 

Callsen, Jurgen, Elberfeld, assignor to Farbenfabrlken 
vorm. Frledr. Bayer and Co., Leverkusen, near Co- 
logne-on-the-Rhlne, Germany. Manufacture and pro- 
duction of bromodiethylacetylcarboxyalkyl-urea com- 
pounds. No. 1,424,236 ; Aug. 1. 

Callsen, Tiirgen. (See Willstatter, R., Duisberg, and Call- 
sen.) 



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Callum, Henry B. M., and G. S. Hollister ; said Calluin as- 
signor of his entire right to The Brooklyn Manufactur- 
ing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Means for applying gear 
transmission to Ford cars. No. 1,410,163 ; Mar. 21. 

Calmanson, Saul. (See Melniker, A., and Calmanson.) 

Calthrop, Everard R., assignor to E. R. Calthrop's Aerial 
Patents Limited, London, England. Parachute. No. 
1.430.011 : Nov. 21. 

Calthrop's, E. R., Aerial Patents Limited. (See Calthrop, 
Everard R., assignor.) 

Calusinski, Edward, Chicago, 111. Bed. No. 1.413,455; 
Apr. 18. 

Calvento. Tedro J., Manila, P. I. Fencil case. No. 
1,431,722; Oct. 10. 

Calvert, Frank YV., Swarthmore, Pa., assignor to Scott Pa- 
per Company. Dispensing cabinet. No. 1,403,007 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Calvert, Robert P., Montclair, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Nitration of cellulose. No. 1,437,041 ; Nov. 28. 

Calvignac, German, Levallois-Perret, France. Pressed- 
steel frame for motor cycles and like vehicles. No. 
1,430,938; Oct. 3. 

Calvin, William A. (See Rouse, J. H., and De Ligne, as- 
signors.) 

Cambridge, Mechanical Toy Co., The. (See Hartleb, 
R. C, and Levey, assignors.) 

Camburn, Clare H. and W. E., Tecumseh, Mich. Air pump 
for motor vehicles. No. 1,405,397 ; Feb. 7. 

Camburn, William E. (See Camburn, Clare H. and W. E.) 

Camden Curtain & Embroidery Company. (See Franklin, 
Charles J., assignor.) 

Camden Iron Works. (See Brown, Oakley T., assignor.) 

Cameli, Philip, Wilmington, Del. Adjustable switch- 
point rail section. No. 1,438,296 ; Dec. 12. 

Camelinat, Zepharin E., Birmingham, England. Lamp for 
vehicles and other purposes. No. 1,440,054 ; Dee. 26. 

Camelo, Nicholas, Rome, assignor of one-third to I. J. 
Bliss, TJtica, and one-third to M. L. E. Johnson, Cam- 
den, N. Y. Sheet-metal plating or coating machine. 
No. 1,430,054 ; Sept. 26. 

Cameragraph Company. (See Jones, F. E., and Schwab, 
assignors.) 

Cameron, Alexander G., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 
Drawing instrument. No. 1,438,695 ; Dec. 12. 

Cameron, Alfred G.. Los Gatos, and C. F. Cameron, San 
Francisco, Calif. ; said C. F. Cameron assignor to said 
Alfred G. Cameron. Wall structure. No. 1.408,983; 
Mar. 7. 

Cameron, Arden, Norwich, Ontario, Canada. Ditching 
machine. No. 1,424,151 ; Aug. 1. 

Cameron, Burr S., DouglassviUe, Tex. Airplane landing- 
director. No. 1,422,922 ; July 18. 

Cameron Can Machinery Co. (See Cameron, William, 
assignor.) 

Cameron, Carl C. deceased, Slater, Mo. ; M. A. Cameron 
executrix. Gate construction. No. 1,413,157 ; Apr. 18. 

Cameron, Charles F. (See Cameron, Alfred G. and C. F. t 

Cameron-Cowburn, Gertrude M., Gosport, England. Gear- 
ing. No. 1.425,172 ; Aug. 8. 

Cameron, Daniel W., Antioch, Nebr. Material and article 
handling apparatus. No. 1,431,216 ; Oct. 10. 

Cameron, Donald H. (See Holmes, H. N., and Cameron.) 

Cameton, Everett S., West Haven, Conn. Valve action for 
explosive engines. No. 1,402,478 ; Jan. 3. 

Cameron, Everett S., Stamford, assignor of one-third to 
B. Harris, Stamford, and one-third to J. Hanson, Green- 
wich. Conn. Tractor. No. 1.434.199 ; Oct. 31. 

Cameron, George T. (See Converse, Newton B., assignor.) 

Cameron, Gordon, Wollaston, assignor to S. B. Contiit, jr., 
Brookline, Mass. Oil switch. No. .1,427,442 ; Aug. 29. 

Cameron, Harvey D.. Chicago, 111. Wheelbarrow or other 
dumping vehicle. No. 1,402,050 ; Jan. 3. 

Cameron, Hugh, Newark, assignor to R. D. Kent. Tassaic, 
N. J. Automatic scale. No. 1,422,664 ; July 11. 

Cameron, James A., and G. B. Birch, assignors to 
Cameron Machine Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Rewind- 
ing device. No. 1,437,398 ; Dec. 5. 

Cameron, John E., Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, 
Canada. Orthopedic device or apparatus. No. 1,41S,2S3 ; 
June 6. 

Cameron, John M., Dorchester, Va. Mine-car truck. No. 
1,419,218 ; June 13. 

Cameron, Le Roy P., Detroit, Mich. Control mechanism 
for motor vehicles. No. 1,403,390 ; Jan. 10. 

Cameron Machine Company. (See Cameron, J. A., and 
Birch, assignors.) 

Cameron Machine Company. (See Johnstone, Robert M., 
assignor. ) 

Cameron, Mae A., executrix. (See Cameron, Carl C.) 

Cameron, Monroe A., Broadview, Mont. Eccentric steering 
device for motor vehicles. No. 1,418,698 ; June 6. 

Cameron, Neil M., Shoal Lake, Manitoba, Canada. Attach- 
ment for bundle carriers. No. 1.419.542 ; June 13. 

Camejon, Peter, Methil. Scotland. Spraying and dis- 
tributing nozzle. No. 1,415,523 ; May 9. 

Cameron, Thomas A. (See Kallwitz, Oscar E., assignor.) 

Cameron, Will J., Chicago, 111. Incandescent electric 
lamp. No. 1,433,982; Oct. 31. 

Cameron, William, assignor to Cameron Can Machinery 
Co., Chicago, 111. Can-seaming machine. No. 1,406,724'; 
Feb. 14. 

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Cameron. William, assignor to Cameron Can Machinery 
Co.. Chicago. 111. Composition-applying machine. No. 
1,433,673 ; Oct. 31. 

Cameron, William, assignor to Cameron Can Machinery 
Co., Chicago. 111. Can-end curling and stacking mecha- 
nism. No. 1,433,696 ; Oct. 31. 

Cameron. William H., assignor to Radium Chemical Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Tool. No. 1,422,538; July 11. 

Cameron, William R. (See Eaton, A. C, and Cameron.) 

Cameron, William W., La Crosse, Wis., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to F. Gerlach and A. B. Keller, Chicago, 
111. Plow. No. 1, 412.91S ; Apr. IS. 

Cameron, William W., La Crosse, Wis., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to F. Gerlach and A. B. Keller, trustees, 
Chicago, 111. Plow. No. 1,415,311 ; May 9. 

Cameron, William W., assignor to La Crosse Plow Com- 
pany, La Crosse, Wis. Clutch. No. 1,430,722 ; Oct. 3. 

Camfield, Earthen H., assignor of one-half to J. V. Mc- 
Candless, Florence, Colo. Air signal. No. 1,412,099 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Cammack, Lucius H., and H. A. Brown, Huntington, 
W. Va. Rotary advertising device. No. 1,424,449 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Cammen. Leon, New York, N. Y. Centrifugal casting. No. 
1,410,885; Mar. 28. 

Cammen. Leon, Tuckahoe, N. Y. Centrifugal casting. 
No. 1,436,305 ; Nov. 21. 

Cammen, Leon, New York, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Multiple-filament incandescent lamp. 
No. 1,419,816 ; June 13. 

Cammen, Leon, New York, N. Y., assignor to The Inter- 
national Nickel Company. Nickel alloy. No. 1,439,865 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Camo Cart Company. (See Pippin, Clyde A., assignor.) 

Camp. Arthur E., Binghamton, N. Y. Scaffold carrier. 
No. 1.423,998 ; July 25. 

Camp. Beauford R. (See Ricci, Henry, assignor.) 

Camp, Ernest, and A. F. Schatzel, San Diego, Calif. At- 
tachment for transmissions. No. 1,433,176 ; Oct. 24. 

Camp, Frank W., San Francisco, Calif. Apparatus for 
concreting piles. No. 1,411,404 ; Apr. 4. 

Camp, Frank W., San Francisco, Calif. Apparatus and 
method for coating piles. No. 1,436,978 ; Nov. 28. 

Camp, John A., Palms, Calif. Advertising device. No. 
1,409,077 ; Mar. 7. 

Camp, Samuel H., Jackson, Mich. Corset. No. 1,438,942 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Camp. Warner II., assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. H. 
Miller. Atlanta, Ga. Baling fibrous materials. No. 
1,413,456; Apr. 18. 

Camp, Warner II., and R. II. Butters, assignors to The 
Butters-Camp Mfg. Co., Atlanta, Ga. Rotary cutter for 
forming or renewing gin or linter saw teeth. No. 
1,419,917 ; June 20. 

Camp, William A., Hartford, Conn. Toy. No. 1,412,448 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Camp, William W.. Denver, Colo. A r ermin exterminator. 
No. 1,422,831 ; July 18. 

Campana, Domeuic M., Chicago, 111. Lining gauge. No. 
1.436.791 ; Nov. 28. 

Campbell, A. S., Company. (See Campbell, Alphonso S., 
assignor.) 

Campbell, Alphonso S.. West Medford, assignor to A. S. 
Campbell Company, Boston, Mass. Making rings and 
the like. No. 1,426,275 ; Aug. 15. 

Campbell. Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Dump car and door-operat- 
ing mechanism therefor. No. 1,402,836 ; Jan. 10. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Grain-car door. No. 
1,405,666 ; Feb. 7. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Car-door-locking mecha- 
nism. No. 1,417,494 ; May 30. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Car-door-locking mecha- 
nism. No. 1,417,495 ; May 30. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Door-operating mechanism. 
No. 1,418,907; June 6. 

Campbell. Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company. Chicago, 111. Convertible stock car. 
No. 1,433,781 ; Oct. 31. 

Campbell. Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Combined door brace 
and locking mechanism. No. 1,437,090 ; Nov. 28. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Car construction. No. 
1,437,091 ; Nov. 28. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Door-operating mecha- 
nism. No. 1,438,297 ; Dec. 12. 

Campbell Art Company. (See Newton, Ruth E., as- 
signor.) 

Campbell Baking Company, The. (See Harrel, Chastain 
G., assignor.) 

Campbell Baking Company, The. (See Patterson. Curtis 
J., assignor.) 

Campbell, Bert L., Chicago, 111. Hydrometer. No. 
1.40G.342 ; Feb. 14. 

Campbell, Bert L„ Chicago, 111. Internal-combustion en- 
gine. No. 1,410,886; Mar. 28. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FIIOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Campbell. Bert L., Chicago, III. Automatic cut-out. No. 
1,422,023; July 18. 

Campbell, C. H., Furniture Company, Tbe. (See Van 
Dorin, Harry W., assignor.) 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y. Lubricating de- 
vice. No. 1,402,051 ; Jan. 3. 

Campbell, Charles A., assignor to Progressive Engineering 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Tapping machine. No. 
1,404,371 ; Jan. 24. 

Campbell, Charles E., Lynn, Mass. Ball bearing. No. 
1,408,206; Feb. 28. 

Campbell, Charles S.. New Haven, and W. II. Day. East 
Haven, assignors to Index Visible, Inc., New Haven, 
Conn. Index or file. No. 1,421,670 ; July 4. 

Campbell, Charles W. R., Gormiston, and F. G. A. Roberts, 
Parktowu, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa. Pro- 
duction of color pictures. No. 1,427,578 ; Aug. 29. 

Campbell, Charles W. R., Germiston, and F. G. A. Roberts, 
Parktown, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa. 
Production of moving pictures. No. 1,440,004 ; Dec. 26. 

Campbell, David W., Minneapolis, Minn. Door-operating 
mechanism. No. 1,440,055 ; Dec. 26. 

Campbell, Donald J., et al. : trustees. (See Warren, J. R., 
and Brechting, assignors.) 

Campbell, Donald J., et al., trustees. (See Warren, John 
R., assignor.) 

Campbell, Donald J., Muskegon Heights, assignor of one- 
fourth to R. B. Campbell, South Haven, Mich. Sand- 
hopper construction. No. 1,405,398 ; Feb. 7. 

Campbell, Donald J., Muskegon Heights, assignor of one- 
fourth to G. W. Cannon, Muskegon, Mich. Core box. 
No. 1,432,665 ; Oct. 17. 

Campbell, Donald J., Muskegon Heights, assignor of one- 
third to I. A. Wvant, Muskegon, Mich. Core-box plate. 
No. 1,432,660 ; Oct. 17. 

Campbell, Edward B., assignor to Williams Patent Crusher 
& Pulverizer Company, St. Louis, Mo. Rotary pivoted 
hammer for crushers. No. 1,410,455 ; Mar. 21. 

Campbell, Edward B., assignor to Williams Patent Crusher 
& Pulverizer Company, St. Louis. Mo. Rotary pivoted 
hammer. No. 1,413,652 ; Apr. 25. 

Campbell, Edward C. (See West, J., and Campbell.) 

Campbell, Edward D., assignor of one-half to J. A. Wilkie, 
Gait, Ontario, Canada. Barber's appliance. No. 
1,413,515 ; Apr. 18. 

Campbell, Ernest P., Stockton, Calif. Annular-bearing 
puller. No. 1,425,836 ; Aug. 15. 

Campbell, Ernest P., Stockton, Calif. Bearing puller. 
No. 1,435,278 ; Nov. 14. 

Campbell, Ernest R. (See Mosier, J. P., and Campbell.) 

Campbell, Ernist R., et al. (See Mosier, James P., as- 
signor.) 

Campbell, Frank M. (See Crandall, Albert L., assignor.) - 

Campbell, Fred S., Lynn, Mass. Psychograph. No. 
1,404,927 ; Jan. 31. 

Campbell, George B„ Fort Morgan, Colo. Ditch-digging 
machine. No. 1,432,837 ; Oct. 24. 

Campbell, George S., and O. A. Sommermeyer, Passaic, 
N. J. Submersible electric heater. No. 1,437,166 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Campbell, George W., Columbus, Ohio. Mortising ma- 
chine. No. 1,415,790 ; May 9. 

Campbell, George W«, Hartford, Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Typewriter Company, New York, N. Y. Typewrit- 
ing machine. No. 1.407,982 ; Feb. 28. 

Campbell, George W., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Typewriter Company, New York, N. Y. Typewrit- 
ing machine. No. 1,428,215 ; Sept. 5. 

Campbell, George W.. Hartford, Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Typewriter Company, New York, N. Y. Typewrit- 
ing machine. No. 1,430,356 ; Sept. 26. 

Campbell, George W., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Un- 
derwood Typewriter Company, New York, N. Y. Type- 
writing machine. No. 1,433,935 ; Oct. 31. 

Campbell, Hardy W., Lincoln, Nebr. Grain shoe. No. 
1,416,331 ; May 16. 

Campbell, Hardv W., Oakland, Calif. Rotary disk culti- 
vator. No. 1,417,971 ; May 30. 

Campbell, Harry E., New York, N. Y. Window frame and 
sash. No. L426,458 ; Aug. 22. 

Campbell, Hiram J. (See Record, J. L., and Campbell, i 

Campbell, Horace L, St. Louis, Mo. Elevator. No. 
1,431,930 ; Oct. 17. 

Campbell, Howard B., Erie, Ta. Letter sheet. No. 
1,423,910; July 25. 

Campbell, Hugh L., Nashville, Tenn. Adhesive composi- 
tion and producing the same. No. 1,435,377 ; Nov. 14. 

Campbell, James C. (See Hatcher, O. M., and Campbell.) 

Campbell, James IT., et al. (See Taylor, Boone U., as- 
signor.) 

Campbell, James M. (See Philbert, Major, assignor.) 

Campbell. John. Cleveland, Ohio. Road indicator. No. 
1,405,273: Jan. 31. 

Campbell, John, assignor of one-half to A. S. Dowdall, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Power-driven hair clipper. No. 
1,428,836; Sept. 12. 

Campbell, John A., Carbondale, 111. Stamping device. No. 
1,420,686 ; June 27. 

Campbell, John D., Sea Bright, N. J. Manicure implement. 
No. 1,433,936; Oct. 31. 

Campbell, Joseph, Company. (See McGowan, James, Jr., 
assignor.) 



Campbell, Layard, New York, N. Y., assignor to J W, 
Leslie and J. H. Leslie, Chicago, 111. Bale-wire tool. 
No. 1,430,623 ; Oct. 3. 

Campbell, Layard, New York, N. Y., assignor to J. W. 
Leslie and J. H. Leslie, Chicago, 111. Wire-strapping 
tool. No. 1,431,151 ; Oct. 10. 

Campbell, Layard, New York, N. Y., assignor to J. W. 
Leslie and J. H. Leslie, Chicago, 111. Wire-strapping 
tool. No. 1,431,152 ; Oct. 10. 

Campbell, Leo F. (See Anderson, S. R„ and Campbell.) 

Campbell, Leo P. (See Williams, Allen, assignor, i 

Campbell, Leon W., Providence, R. I. Flier for roving 
frames. No. 1,420,966 ; June -27. 

Campbell, Marguerite G., executrix. (See Miller, Daniel 
K.) 

Campbell, Mark, Cincinnati, Ohio. Table pad. No 
1,429,225 ; Sept. 19. 

Campbell, Peter, Bristol, and W. J. Banks, Hotwells, 
Bristol, England. Piston, piston valve or the like. 
No. 1,406,536; Feb. 14. 

Campbell, Philip A., Vancouver, British Columbia Can- 
ada. Lawn mower. No. 1,423,999 ; July 2.1. 

Campbell, Philip A., F. F. Eby, and S. H. Price, Edmon- 
ton, Alberta ; said Campbell and Price assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to Canadian Farm Implement Com- 
pany Limited, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Mower. No. 1,424,617 ; Aug. 1. 

Campbell, Raymond W„ Huntsville, 111. Chain fastener. 
No. 1.412.91.9; Apr. 18. 

Campbell, Robert B. (See Campbell, Donald J„ assignor.) 

Campbell, Robert C, Millburn, N. J., assignor to United 
Filters Corporation, New York, N. Y. Filter. No. 
1,430,518 ; Sept. 26. 

Campbell, Robert F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Safety pin. No. 
1.409.667 ; Mar 14. 

Campbell, Ronald E., Columbia, S. C. Stove. No. i,427,3r>4 r 
Aug. 29. 

Campbell, Sarah W. (See Linden, Alfred R., assignor.) 

Campbell, Sterling H. (See Moeller, I., and Arkwright,. 
assignors.) 

Campbell, Tracy R., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Loose- 
leaf binder. No. 1,432,382 ; Oct. 17. 

Campbell, Walter T„ St. Louis, Mo. Tire lock. (Reissue.) 
No. 15,365 ; May 30. 

Campbell. Waller T., St. Louis, Mo. Tire lock. (Reissue.) 
No. 15,380; June 13. 

Campbell, Wendell B., et al. (See Campbell, W. B., an« 
Strieker, assignors.) 

Campbell, Wendell B., and C. W. Strieker, Cincinnati, Ohio, 
assignors of one-half to The Perkins-Campbell Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio, and one-half to said W. B. Campbell. 
Loom and the fabric produced thereby. No. 1,405,274 ; 
Jan. 31. 

Campbell, William. Detroit, Mich Electric tireless cooker. 
No. 1,410,263 ; May 16. 

Campbell, William C, Denver, Colo., assignor of one-half 
to A. P. Russell, Cheyenne, Wyo. Tape reel. No. 
1,412,449; Apr. 11. 

Campbell, William J., Jr., Astoria, N. Y. Combination 
strainer. No. 1,412,674; Apr. 11. 

Campbell, William S., New Kensington, Pa. Elevator 
lock. No. 1,417,449 ; May 23. 

Campbell, William S., New Kensington, Pa. Elevator lock. 
No. 1.417.450; May 23. 

Campbell. William S., New Kensington. Pa. Elevator 
lock. No. 1,417,451; May 23. 

Campbell & Budlong Machine Works. (See Budlong, Wil- 
bur F., assignor.) 

Campos, Victor, New York, N. Y. Diver's suit. No. 
1,414,174 ; Apr. 25. 

Camward Engineering Co. (See Howard, John A., sr., 
assignor.) 

Canaday, Orpha P., Fort Wayne, Ind. Air stand. No. 
1,412,100 ; Apr. 11. 

Canadian Car & Foundry Company. (See Shaw, Ross O., 
assignor.) 

Canadian Car and Foundry Company, Limited. (See 
Viberg, Ernest R., assignor.) 

Canadian Farm Implement Company Limited. (See 
Campbell, P. A., Eby, and Price, assignors.) 

Canadian Vaporizer Company, The. (See Funke, Frank, 
assignor.) 

Cauda, Ferdinand M., New York, N. Y. Ball-rolling appa- 
ratus. No. 1,419.817 : June 13. 

Canda, Ferdinand M., New York, N. Y. Roll for rolling 
mills. No. 1,427.063; Aug. 22. 

Canda, Ferdinand M., i>ew York, N. Y. Roll for rolling 
mills. No. 1,428.142; Sept. 5. 

Candee, Andrew H., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Regulating 
system. No. 1,421.165; June 27. 

Candee, Andrew H., Wilkinsburg. Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. System of 
control. No. 1,427,355 r Aug. 29. 

Candee, Andrew IL, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Wesling- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. System of 
control. No. 1,427,356 ; Aug. 29. 

Candee, Andrew II., Forest Hills, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. System 
of control. No. 1,430,534 ; Oct. 3. 

Candee, Andrew H., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Resistor. 
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Candee, Andrew H., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. System of 
control. No. 1,435,207 ; Nov. 14. 

Candee, Andrew H., Pittsburgh, and L. J. Hibbard, Wil- 
kinsburg, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric and 
Manufacturing Company. Relay. No. 1,428,837 ; Sept. 12. 

Candee, Zenas P., assignor to The W'aterbury Farrel 
Foundry and Machine Company, Waterbury, Conn. 
Transfer mechanism. No. 1,426,039 ; Aug. 15. 

Candee, Zenas P., assignor to The Waterbury Farrel 
Foundry and Machine Company, Waterbury, Conn. 
Multiple-plunger machine. No. 1,435,208 ; Nov. 14. 

Candee, Zenas P., assignor to The Waterbury Farrel 
Foundry and Machine Company, Waterbury, Conn. Feed 
mechanism. No. 1,440,208; Dec. 26. 

Candle-Leete, Limited. (See Lloyd, E., and Lowry, as- 
signors.) 

Candlot, Charles, Paris, France. Furnace-drawing ap- 
paratus for lime kilns, cement kilns, and the like. No. 
1,429,925 ; Sept. 26. 

Candor, Edward R., Montclair, N. J. Apparatus for re- 
frigeration. No. 1,402,716 ; Jan. 3. 

Cane, Gordon F., Oakland, assignor to American Auto- 
matic Lock and Lift Company, San Francisco, Calif. 
Gear rack. No. 1,424,237 ; Aug. 1. 

Canedy-Otto Mfg. Co. (See Werth, George F., assignor.) 

Canell. Charles E., Portland, Oreg., assignor of one-half 
to E. T. White, Everett, Wash. Poultry feeder. No. 
1,424,079 ; July 25. 

Canfield, Allen N., assignor to Fit-Rite Company. Des 
Moines, Iowa. Foot-measuring device for fitting shoes. 
No. 1.430.794; Oct. 3. 

Canfield, Arthur J., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Making 
draft-gear yokes. No. 1,404,833 ; Jan. 31. 

Canfield. Arthur J., and E. R. Viberg, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada. Truck bolster. No. 1,403,588 : Jan. 17. 

Canfield, Pany D., Nashville, Tenn. Feeding device for 
flat-work ironers. No. 1,406.823 ; Feb. 14. 

Canfield, Harry R.. Cleveland, Ohio. Snowplow. No. 
1,424,878; Aug. 8. 

Canine, Chester W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Laundry-marking 
machine. No. 1,435,378 ; Nov. 14. 

Canion Air Brake Company. (See Canion, William G., 
assignor.) 

Canion. William G.. Glen Burnie, Md., assignor to Canion 
Air Brake Company, Bisbee, Ariz. Triple valve. No. 
1,406,609 : Feb. 14. 

Canion, William G., Baltimore. Md., assignor to Canion 
Air Brake Company, Bisbee, Ariz. Compound air brake. 
No. 1,430,357 ; Sept. 26. 

Canion, William G., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Canion 
Air Brake Company, Bisbee, Ariz. Compound air brake. 
No. 1,430,358 ; Sept. 26. 

Canion William G., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Canion 
Air Brake Companv, Bisbee, Ariz. Compound air brake. 
No. 1,430,359 ; Sept. 26. 

Cann, John A., Harefield. near Uxbridge, and J. Burrows, 
Harefield, England, assignors to Bell's United Asbestos 
Companv, Limited, London, England. Engine packing. 
No. 1,426,459 ; Aug. 22. 

Canning. Ernest, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 
Paper-setting yoke in typewriting machines. No. 
1.411,707 ; Apr. 4. 

Cannon, Edson L. (See Sorenson. Daniel M., assignor.) 

Cannon, Frederick L, Bedford, Ohio. Lubricant demon- 
strator. No. 1.410,456; Mar. 21. 

Cannon, George B., jr., Brooklyn, and F. W. Howard, 
Mount Vernon, N. Y. Waterproof-paper umbrella. No. 
1,431,775 ; Oct. 10. 

Cannon, George W. (See Campbell. Donald J., assignor.) 

Cannon, Henry H., assignor to Regal Button Works, In- 
corporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for making 
snap fasteners. No. 1.436,476; Nov. 21. 

Cannon, James H., Los Angeles, Calif. Drier for paper- 
ruling machines. No. 1.421,166; June 27. 

Cannon, Percival C, Wolverhampton, assignor to Cen- 
trifugal Concrete Blocks and Poles Limited, Westmin- 
ster, London, England. Apparatus for use in manufac- 
turing concrete and like blocks, pipes, posts, girders, 
and the like. No. 1,404,578 ; Jan. 24. 

Canott, Fred D., Portland, Oreg. Storm curtain. No. 
1,410,457 ; Mar. 21. 

Canova, William, Paterson, N. J. Tension device. No. 
1,414,175 ; Apr. 25. 

Cantelo, John S., Boston, Mass. Caster. No. 1,406,930; 
Feb. 14. 

Cantelon, David A., and J Zuefle, Hensall, Ontario, 
Canada. Shipping -case for eggs and the like. No. 
1,437,930; Dec. 5. 

Canter. Vernnn C. (See Voress, C. L-., and Canter.) 

Cantleherry, v Frank W., Sisquoc, Calif. Device for sup- 
porting cooking utensils. No. 1,414,771; Mav 2. 

Cantrell, J. T., & Company. (See Cantrell, .Joseph T., 
assignor.) 

Cantrell, Joseph T., assignor to J. T. Cantrell & Companv, 
Huntington. N. Y. Vehicle bodv. No. 1,417,140; 
May 23. 
Cantwell, Edward J., Kansas City, Mo. Hay stacker. No. 
1,422,924 ; July 18. 

Capell, Western L.. Omaha, Nebr. Iodine fumigator. No. 

1,427,515 ; Aug. 29. 
Capellman, Hubert J., and R. Hayhurst, South Chicago, 111. 
Potato-peeling apparatus. No. 1,418.230 ; May 30. 



Capen Belting and Rubber Company. (See King, Charlea 

E., assignor.) 
Capen, Mary B., Detroit, Mich. Cart. No. -1,414,112 ; 

Apr. 25. 
Capewell, George J., Hartford, Conn. Horseshoe. No. 

1,403,071 ; Jan. 10. 
Capirosso, Angelo, Rossiter, Ta. Anchor hook. No. 

1,419,016 ; June 6. 
Capital City Chair Company. (See Croft, John J., as- 
signor.) 
Caplau. Harry, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle fender. No. 

1,423,186; July 18. 
Caplan, Harry, Detroit, Mich. Automobile fender. No. 

1,423,187 ; July 18. 
Caplan, James H., Boston, Mass. Buffing cover for rotary 

brushes. No. 1,413,574; Apr. 25. 
Caplan, Nathan K., Detroit, Mich. Draft controller. No. 

1,431,931 ; Oct. 17. 
Caple, William, Homestead, Pa. Motor-generator drive. 

No. 1,413,158; Apr. 18. 
Capobianco, Michael A., Glen Cove, N. Y. Adjustable 

wrench. No. 1,413,516; Apr. 18. 
Capozza, Pietro, Portland, Me. Furnace-door mechanism. 

No. 1,410,887 ; Mar. 28. 
Cappel, Joseph, Peoria, III. Barrel-head-securing device. 

No. 1,420,019; June 20. 
Cappel, Joseph, and C. R. Edwards, Peoria, 111. Nut 

lock. No. 1,428,753 ; Sept. 12. 
Capps, Frank L. (See Lyle, M. E., Scully, and Capps.) 
Capro, Angelo M., Philadelphia, Pa. Filter. No. 1",429,488 ; 

Sept. 19. 
Caproni, Gianni, Milan, Italy. Flying-machine construc- 
tion. No. 1,416,167 ; May 16. 
Caproni, Gianni, Milan, Italy. Flying machine. No. 

1,420,620; June 27. 
Caps, Arthur W. (See Hawley, J. E., and Caps.) 
Caps, Arthur W., Topeka, Kans. Electric-conductor con- 
nector. No. 1,410,651 ; Mar. 28. 
Caps, Arthur W., assignor to The Piersen Manufacturing 

Co., Topeka, Kans. Timer casing. No. 1,410,649; 

Mar. 28. 
Caps, Arthur W., Kansas City, Mo., assignor to The Tier- 
sen Manufacturing Companv, Topeka, Kans. Engine 

bed. No. 1,410,650 ; Mar. 28. 
Caps, Arthur W., assignor to The Piersen Manufacturing 

Company, Topeka, Kans. Radiator. No. 1,417,026 ; 

May 23. 
Caps, Arthur W., assignor to The Piersen Manufacturing 

Company, Topeka, Kans. Engine radiator. No. 

1.417,027 ; May 23. 
Caps, Arthur W., assignor to The Piersen Manufacturing 

Company, Topeka, Kans. Engine - cylinder - cooling 

means. No. 1,417.028; May 23. 
Caps, Arthur W., Topeka, Kans., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to O. D. Collis, Clinton, Iowa. . Timber 

brush. No. 1,438,425 ; Dec. 12. 
Caps. John E., Wilmette, 111. Liquid-treating apparatus. 

No. 1,413.898: Apr. 25. 
Capstan Glass Company. (See Kucera, Peter, assignor.) 
Capuano, Crescenzo, Los Angeles, Calif. Measuring de- 
vice. No. 1,433,496 ; Oct. 24. 
Caracristi, Virginius Z., Bronxville. N. Y. Valve cut-off 

and speed indicator. No. 1.419,612; June 13. 
Caracristi, Virginius Z., Bronxville, N.Y., and A. F. Wall- 

billich, Newark, N. J. Valve cut-off and speed indicator 

for locomotives. No. 1,422,832 ; July 18. 
Caracristi, Virginius Z., Bronxville, N. Y., and C. H. 

Smoot, South Orange, N. J. ; said Smoot assignor to 

Rateau Battu Smoot Engineering Corporation, New 

York, N. Y. Means for controlling the operation of 

steam boilers. No. 1,437,719 ; Dec. 5. 
Carafilidis, James, Sabraton, W. Va. Tin-sticker machine. 

No. 1,410.458; Mar. 21. 
Carapina, Matt, and F. Nevistich, Terrv, S. Dak. Rail 

joint. No. 1,430,055 ; Sept. 26. 
Caraway, Emmett L., Manila, Ark. Automobile license 

tag. No. 1,410.992 ; Mar. 28. 
Carbic Manufacturing Company. (See Herron, William 

L., assignor.) 
Carbic Manufacturing Company. (See Martin, Edgar C, 

assignor.) 
Carbide & Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Curme, 

George O.. Jr., assignor.) 
Carbide & Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Thomp- 
son. Harold E., assignor.) 
Carbone, Tito L.. Charlottenburg, near Berlin, Germany. 

Economizer for inclosed arc lamps. No. 1,404,341 ; 

Jan. 24. 
Carboni Akt.-Ges. (See Pape, Max C. A. H., assignor. ) 
Carbonit Aktiengesselschaft. (See Pape, Max, C. A. II., 

assignor.) 
Carbo-Oxygen Company. (See Harris, John, assignor.) 
Carbo-Oxygen Company. (See Rose, J. R., and Harris, 

assignors.) 
Carborundum Company, The. (See Hutchins, Otis, as- 
signor.) 
Carborundum Company. (See Power, Henry R., assignor.) 
Carborundum Company, The. (See Tone, Frank J., as- 
signor.) 
Card. Charles S., Denver, Colo. Combined drawbar and 

axle-supporting apparatus for car trucks. No. 1,419,716 ; 

June 13. 



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1XDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical fist of patentees — Continued. 



Card, Frederic M., Bridgeport. Conn., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company. Elizabeth, N. J. Clutch 
and stop mechanism. No. 1,429,404 ; Sept. 19. 

Card, J. M., Lumber Co. (See Arn, Fred, assignor.) 

Cardellino, Michelangelo M., Hacconigi per Cavallerleone, 
Italy. Magneto electric machine. No. 1,405,275; 
Jan. 31. 

Cardem Process Company, The. (See Carr, Oma, as- 
signor.) 

Carden, Harry F., assignor to L. W. Carden. Lawrence- 
burg, Tenn. Cattle guard. No. 1,406,343 ; Feb. 14. 

Carden, Luther W. (See Carden, Harry F., assignor.) 

Cardin, William O., assignor to J. W. Freeman, Joplin, 
Mo. Dehydrator. No. 1,423,188 ; July 18. 

Cardwell. Allen D., Rockville Center, assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Portable electric lantern. No. 1,423,911 ; July 25. 

Careaga, Cora M., executrix. (See Careaga, John T., and 
K. A.) 

Careaga, John T. and R. A., deceased, San Jose, Calif. ; 
C. M. Careaga, executrix. Expanding projectile. No. 
1,405,276; Jan. 31. 

Careaga, Ramon A., deceased. (See Careaga, John T. and 
R. A.) 

Caretto, Louis, Baldwin, N. Y. Adjustable screen. No. 
1,418,284 ; June 6. 

Carey-Gavey Syndicate Limited. (See Higginson, Kings- 
ley, assignor.) 

Carey, Harry C, Carpenter, S. Dak. Dry-goods measure. 
No. 1,413,254 ; Apr. 18. 

Carey, Harry L., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Dirigible traffic 
indicator. No. 1,431,932 ; Oct. 17. 

Carey, James A., Pittsburgh, Pa. Plate twirler for 
engravers. No. 1,424,986 ; Aug. 8. 

Carey, James A., Pittsburgh, Pa. Oven for baking plates. 
No. 1,432,838; Oct. 24. 

Carey, James A., Pittsburgh, Pa. Oven for drying platea, 
No. 1,432,839 ; Oct. 24. 

Carey, Philip Manufacturing Company, The. (See Crabbs, 
Roscoe B., assignor.) 

Carey, Thomas W., jr., New Orleans, La. Denture reliner. 
No. 1,424,618 ; Aug. 1. 

Carey, Walter. (See Southgate, J. F., and Carey.) 

Carey, Walter C., Morris Plains, N. J. Hoisting book. 
No. 1,434,991 ; Nov. 7. 

Carhart, George E. (See Lundstrom, Andrew J., as- 
signor.) 

Carl, Max J.. Cleveland, Ohio. Electrically-heated drying 
roll for printing presses. No. 1,433,674 ; Oct. 31. 

Carlberg, August E., assignor to Walden-Worcester, Inc., 
Worcester, Mass. Attachment for wrenches. No. 
1,424,712 ; Aug. 1. 

Carlo, Amos E. (See Frankland, Edwin, assignor.) 

Carle, Harold, Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to F. N. Burt Com- 
pany, Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Labeling ma- 
chine. No. 1,405,755 ; Feb. 7. 

Carle, Harold, Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to F. N. Burt Com- 
pany, Limited. Toronto. Ontario, Canada. Drum ma- 
chine. No. 1,429,324 ; Sept. 19. 

Carle, Harold, Buffalo. N. Y., assignor to F. N. Burt 
Company, Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Box 
and making same. No. 1,435,149 ; Nov. 14. 

Carleton, Charles R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Film cleaning and 
polishing machine. No. 1,405,277 ; Jan. 31. 

Carleton, Charles R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Perforating ma- 
chine. No. 1,416,168 ; May 16. 

Carlile, Benner H., Independence, Kans. Valve or plug 
for oil containers. No. 1.429.566 : Sept. 19. 

Carlin, Bernard, assignor of one-half to B. H. Meadows, 
Florala, Ala. Bridge radius rod and engine base. 
No. 1,435,104; Nov. 7. 

Carling Turbine Blower Co. (See Carlson, Axel W., as- 
signor.) 

Carlino, Frank, Buffalo. N. Y. Tomato masher. No. 
1.418,231 ; May 30. 

Carlisle, Fred, Tulsa, Okla. Bearing-cup puller. No. 
1,429.567; Sept. 19. 

Carlisle, Fred B., Seattle. Wash. Friction tape fabric and 
producing the same. »No. 1,402,918: Jan. 10. 

Carlisle Tire Corporation. (See McCIurg, John S., as- 
signor.) 

Carll, Addison B., New York, N. Y. Chain pipe wrench. 
No. 1.410,993: Mar. 28. 

Carll, Addison B.. New York, N. Y. Dome cover for tank 
cars. No. 1,432,591 ; Oct. 17. 

Carlock, Fredrick. (See Frank, G. W.. jr., and Carlock.) 

Carlon, Timothy. (See Gibbons, John W., assignor.) 

Carlozzo. Anthony, Yonkers, N. Y. Heel for shoes. No. 
1.418.428: June 6. 

Carlquist, Nils C. A., Malmo, Sweden. Controllable self 
discharging railway hopper car. No. 1.408,984 ; Mar. 7. 

Carlson, Alexander, New York, N. Y. Folding seat. No. 
1.421.107 : June 27. 

Carlson, Alfred and 0. F., Rearville, Alberta, Canada. 
Wrench. No. 1,412,552; Apr. 11. 

Carlson, Androv IL, assignor to The Prostoy Manu- 
facturing Company, Bridgeport. Conn. Adjustable 
holder. (Reissue.) No. 15,431 ; Aug. 15. 

Carlson, Anthony E.. Los Angeles. Calif. Railway cross- 
ing. No. 1.411.405 ; Apr. 4. 

Carlson, Axel. (See Swanson, P., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Axel W., assignor to Coppus Engineering and 
Equipment Company, Worcester, Mass. Valve. No. 
1.408,310; Feb. 28. 



Carlson, Axel W., assignor to Carling Turbine Blower Co., 
Worcester, Mass. Rotor. No. 1,417,029 ; May 23. 

Carlson, Carl A., Bridgeport, Conn. Windshield. No. 
1,434,871 ; Nov. 7. 

Carlson. Carl A., Everett, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Stafford Company, Readville, Boston, 
Mass. Weft feeler device for looms. No. 1,429,126 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Carlson. Carl O., Riverside, Calif. Hand truck. No. 
1.422.254 : July 11. 

Carlson, Carl W., Beloit, Wis. Fuse-plug puller. No. 
1,410,88S ; Mar. 28. 

Carlson, Charles H., Minneapolis, Minn. Electric water 
heater. No. 1,433.698 ; Oct. 31. 

Carlson, Charles J., Helena, Mont. Tire. No. 1,409,151 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Carlson, Charles J., and A. W. Larson, Seattle, Wash. 
Extensible pole. No. 1,415,145 ; May 9. 

Carlson, Edward L., Denver, Colo. Music-roll cabinet. 
No. 1,423,078 ; July 18. 

Carlson, Emanuel, Yonkers, N. Y. Device for opening box 
covers. No. 1,409,926 ; Mar. 21. 

Carlson, Ernest H., Chicago, 111. Protecting device for 
cashiers' cages. No. 1,434,872 ; Nov. 7. 

Carlson, Frank W., Chicago, 111. Plumbing system. No. 
1,417,660: May 30. 

Carlson, Gust. (See White, C. E., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Gustaf. assignor to The Stromberg-Carlson Tele- 
phone Manufacturing Company, Rochester, N. Y. 
Switchboard signal. No. 1,421,403; July 4. 

Carlson. Gustaf H., Adrian, Mich. Haying implement. 
No. 1,439,942 ; Dec. 26. 

Carlson, Gustav A., assignor to The Boys Needle Company, 
Chicago, 111. Pencil holder, etc. No. 1,408,863 ; Mar. 7. 

Carlson, Gustav A., assignor to The Boye Needle Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Holder for pencils, fountain pens, 
etc. No. 1,412,505 ; Apr. 11. 

Carlson, Gustav W., assignor to The Torbensen Axle Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Wheel and axle construe! ion. 
No. 1,417,972; May 30. 

Carlson, Gustave A., Detroit, Mich. Polishing machine. 
No. 1 ,430,624 ; Oct. 3. 

Carlson, Gustave A., Detroit, Mich. Work-holding device. 
No. 1,430,625; Oct. 3. 

Carlson, Herman B. (See Rasmusen, L. S., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Hjalmar, Woonsocket, R. I. Dog driver. No. 
1,405,898 ; Feb. 7. 

Carlson, Hjalmar G. (See Rockwood, G. I., and Carl- 
son.) 

Carlson, Hjalmar G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Rockwood Sprinkler Company of Massachusetts, Worces- 
ter, Mass. Upsetting tool. No. 1,402,919 ; Jan. 10. 

Carlson, Hjalmar G., assignor to Rockwood Sprinkler 
Company of Massachusetts, Worcester, Mass. Making 
socket-wrench heads. No. 1,430,004 ; Sept. 26. 

Carlson, Ivar, Leominster, assignor of one-third to G. Ca- 
hill, Lowell, Mass., and one-third to J. H. Lynch, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. Aeroplane. No. 1,405,667 ; Feb. 7. 

Carlson. Jahan G.. assignor to Burson Knitting Company, 
Rockford, 111. Tension device. No. 1.407.731 : Feb. 28. 

Carlson, Jahan G., assignor to Burson Knitting Company, 
Rockford, 111. Automatic stop for knitting machines. 
No. 1,414,546 ; May 2. 

Carlson, John P., The Dalles, Oreg. Railway brake. No. 
1,424,393; Aug. 1. 

Carlson, John W., assignor to Chicago Novelty Mfg. Co., 
Chicago. 111. Toy. No. 1,422,833 ; July 18. 

Carlson, Julius, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cap. No. 1,423,829 ; 
July 25. 

Carlson, Julius E., Edgewater, N. J. Drill press. ■ No. 
1.436,477 ; Nov. 21. 

Carlson, Lewis H. (See Bye, M., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Oscar. (See Eller. H. M., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Oscar, Boston, Mass. Bottle stopper. No. 

1,425,237 ; Aug. S.- 
Carlson, Oscar F. (See Carlson, Alfred and O. F.) 

Carlson, Oscar J., A. Fransen, and J. Fransen, Chicago, 
111. Rail-spike retainer. No. 1,438,896; Dec. 12. 

Carlson, Peter, Dover, assignor of one-fourth to I. J. Rice, 
St. Paul, Minn. Drip catcher. No. 1,410.889 : Mar. 28. 

Carlson, Theodore. Stillwater, Wash. Hoisting device. 
No. 1,434,478 ; Nov. 7. 

Carlson. Walter W., Manhattan, Kans. Clothes wringer. 
No. 1,435,029 : Nov. 14. 

Carlson, Wendell L. (See Hanson, E. C, and Carlson.) 

Carlson, William A. (See Matson, David E., assignor.) 

Carlson, William R., Warrenton, Oreg. Beet harvester. 
No. 3,408.986: Mar. 7. 

Carlstedt, Sven M., assignor to Aktiebolaget Lux, Stock- 
holm, Sweden. Waxing or polishing brush. No. 
1,424.879 ; Aug. 8. 

Carlucci, Rocco A.. West New York, N. J. Banjo ukelele. 
No. 1,409,078 ; Mar. 7. 

Carlucci, Rocco A., West New York, N. J. Banjo. No. 
1.419,818; June 13. 

Carlyle, Clyde A., Detroit, assignor of one-half to B. D. 
Cleghorn, River Rouge, Mich. Flytrap. No. 1,424,619 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Carmack, Prescott H., Chico, Calif. Wheel guards. No. 
1,411,840 ; Apr. 4. 

Carman, Charles L., assignor to J. E. Kennedy, New York, 
N. Y. Crusher. No. 1,436,33S ; Nov. 21. 

Carman, Edwin C., New Orleans, La. Stovepipe construc- 
tion. No. 1.440,273; Dec. 26. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1922. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Carman, Frank V., Oakland, Calif. Car mover. No. 
1,408,561 ; Mar. 7. 

Carman, Frank V.. Oakland, Calif. Railway-tie-adzing ma- 
chine. No. 1,427,51(3 ; Aug. 29. 

Carmean, Jaires H. (See Carmean, Samuel M. and J. H.) 

Carmean, James H., Kansas City, Mo. Hand level. No. 
1,417,496 ; May 30. 

Carmean, Samuel M. and J. H., Kansas City, Mo. Elec- 
tric heater. No. 1,416,688 ; May 23. 

Carrael, Joseph, assignor to S. Orenbuch, New York, N. Y. 
Radiator ,alve. No. 1,426,150; Aug. 15. 

Carmichael. Andrew R., assignor of one-third to J. II. 
Pearson and one third to J. J. Scott, Indianapolis. Ind. 
Automatic attachment for power-driven machines. No. 
1,431,723 ; Oct. 10. 

Carmichael, Drewey A., Americus, Ga. Water motor. No. 
1,429,842 ; Sept. 19. 

Carmichael. Duncan, Ancoats, Manchester, Euglan 1. 
Acetylene-gas-lightiug plant. No. 1,422,030 ; July 4. 

Carmichael, James H.. Cedar Falls, Wash. Smoke-fuel 
attachment. No. 1.417,030 ; May 23, 

Carmichael. Feter M.. New York, N. Y. Magazine fuse 
plug. No. 1,426.040; Aug. 15. 

Carmichael. Thomas B. (See Ocklestou, W. H.. and Car- 
michael.) 

Carnall, Fredrick W., Cleveland, Ohio. Sewing awl. No. 
1,409,668 ; Mar. 14. 

Carnation Milk Products Company. (See Grindrod, 
George, assignor.) 

Carnation Milk Products Company. (See Kinzer, Philip 
G., assignor.) 

Carnation "Milk Products Company. (See Stevens. C. S.. 
and Baumanu. assignors, i 

Carnation Milk Products Company. (See Stevens, Oar 
ence S., assignor. | 

Carnefix, Elizabeth. (See Brauner, Ada A., assignor.) 

Carnegie. Alfred Q. (See Parsons, C. A., Carnegie, and 
Bone, i 

Carnes Artificial Limb Company. (See Carnes, William 
T., assignor.) 

Carnes, William T., assignor to Carnes Artificial Limb 
Company, Kansas Citv, Mo. Artificial hand mechanism. 
No. 1.402,476 ; Jan. 3. 

Carney, James J. Bethel, Vt., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to X & K Industries. Ltd., Montreal. Quebec, 
Canada. Lubricating device. No. 1,434,5S9 ; Nov. T.- 
Carney, Ralph J., Boston, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener. No. 1,431,566 ; Oct. 10. 

Carnrick, G. W., Co. i See Neun, Dora E., assignor.) 

Carollo, Philip. (See Bommarius, F. H., and Carollo.) 

Caron Brothers. (See Lavallee, Joseph O. W., assignor.) 

Caron, Philias. (See Caron, Wilfred and P.) 

Caron, Wilfred and P., Rumford, Me. Sled attachment 
for wheeled vehicles. No. 1,438,359 ; Dec. 12. 

Caronia, Frank J., New York, N. Y. Stepladder. No. 
1,415.791 ; May 9. 

Carothers. John N., Anniston, assignor to Federal Phos- 
phorus Company, Birmingham, Ala. Recovery of the 
phosphorus content of phosphatic material. No. 
1.410,550; Mar. 28. 

Carpenter, Campbell C, assignor to U. S. Light & Heat 
Corporation. Niagara Falls, N. Y. Relief mechanism 
for storage batteries. No. 1,403,539 ; Jan. 17. 

Carpenter, Campbell C, assignor to U. S. Light & Heat 
Corporation. Niagara Falls, N. Y. Preparing paste. 
No. 1,416,787 ; May 23. 
Carpenter, Campbell C, assignor to TJ. S. Light & Heat 
Corporation, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Storage - batterv 
plates. No. 1,416,788; May 23. 

Carpenter, Charles C, assignor to The Samuel C. Tatum 
Companv. Cincinnati, Ohio. Filing tray or drawer. 
No. I.424.0S0; July 25. 

Carpenter. Charles E.. Philadelphia, Pa. Armchair ash 
receiver. No. 1,433,782; Oct. 31. 

Carpenter. Chester E., Aberdeen, S. Dak. Combination 
tool. No. 1.435.150 ; Nov. 14. 

Carpenter. Cranston H.. Irwin. Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Electric 
furnace. No. 1,409.609; Mar. 14. 

Carpenter, Cranston II., Irwin. Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Th»ee-phase 
crucible furnace. No. 1.415. 989 ; May 16. 

Carpenter, Eugene R.. Ansonville. N. C. Fluid clutch 
and transmission. No. 1.436.753 : Nov. 2S. 

Carpenter, Francis W., assignor to Fosston-Carponter Com- 
pany, St. Paul, Minn". Driving mechanism for washing 
machines. No. 1,418,429 ; June 6. 

Carpenter, Herbert L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Container. No. 

1,414,861 ; May 2. 
Carpenter, John, North Auckland, New Zealand. Pro- 
peller. No. 1,438,094 ; Dec. 5. 
Carpenter, Lee B., assignor tc The Carpenter Shoe Com- 
pany, Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Shoe. No. 1.436.696 ; 
Nov. 28. 
Carpenter, Paul. (See Ellis, Ridsdale, assignor.) 
Carpenter, Quiucy G., Mendon, Ohio. Fencepost form. 

No. 1.438.517: Dec. 12. 
Carpenter, Robert S.. Chicago, 111. Live-bait bos. No. 

1,439,690: Dec. 26. 
Carpenter Shoe Company. The. (See Carpenter, Lee B., 
assignor.) 

Carpino. Frank W., et al. (See Ceserani. John, assignor.) 

Carples. Victor II. (See Seelig, A. E., and Carples.) 



Carpmill, John F., and G. W. Troop, assignors to The 
North & Judd Manufacturing Company, New Britain, 
Conn. Buckle. No. 1,415,017 ; May 9. 

Carpmill, John F., and G. W. Troop, assignors to The 
North & Judd Manufacturing Company, New Britain, 
Conn. Buckle. No. 1,438,897 ; Dec. 12. 

Carpmill, John F., assignor to The North & Judd Manu- 
facturing Company, New Britain, Conn. Buckle. No. 
1.438,898; Dec. 12. 

Carr, C. M., Dental Manufacturing Company. (See Mose- 
ler, Jennie S., assignor.) 

Carr, Elza B. (See Thompson, E. B., and Carr.) 

Carr Fastener Company. (See Carney, Ralph J., as- 
signor.) 



pany, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener. No. 1,433,786 ; 
Oct. 31. 
Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Separable fastener. No. 

1.433.787 ; Oct. 31. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Separable fastener. No. 

1.433.788 ; Oct. 31. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Separable fastener. No. 

1.433.789 ; Oct. 31. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener. No. 1,433,790; 
Oct. 31. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Separable fastener. No. 
1,433,791; Oct. 31. 
. Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener. No. 1,433,792 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener. No. 1,433,793- 
Oct. 31. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener. No. 1,433 794 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener. No. 1 433,795 • 
Oct. 31. 

Carr. Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener. No. 1,433,796 • 
Oct. 31. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany. Cambridge, Mass. Fastener. No. 1,433,797 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Separable fastener. No. 
1,433,798; Oct. 31. 

Carr, George J., et al., trustees. (See Heslewood, W. R , 
and Mocine, assignors.) 

Carr. James, Syracuse, N. Y. Tool chuck. No. 1,428,754 • 
Sept. 12. 

Carr. James II., and M. A. Powers, Winchester, Mass 
Lock nut. No. 1,406,169 ; Feb. 14. 

Carr. Judd, Frankfort, Ind. Display rack. No. 1 404 270 • 
Jan. 24. 

Carr-Lowrey Glass Company. (See Newell, Louis B„ as- 
signor.) 

Carr, Moses F., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Stud. No. 1,433,783 • Oct 31 

Carr, Moses F., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener. No. 1,433,784 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Carr, Moses F., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany. Cambridge, Mass. Separable fastener. No. 
1,433,785 ; Oct. 31. 

Carr, Oma, assignor to The Cardem Process Company, New 
York, N. Y. Evaporating apparatus. No. 1,405,756 ; 
Feb. 7. 

Carr, Thomas J., Newcastle-upon-Tvne, England. Shin's 
davit. No. 1.422,175 : July 11. 

Carr, William C, Buffalo, N. Y. Elevator truck. No 
1.407,124; Feb. 21. 

Carradus, Thomas W., and D. Nield, Ancoats, Manchester, 
England. Means for facilitating the removal of pul- 
leys, wheels, and the like from shafts. No. 1,402 477 : 
Jan. 3. 

Carrasco, Oreste, assignor to Societe Generate Delle 
Conserve Alimentari Cirio, St. Giovanni di Teduccio, 
near Naples, Italy. Device for testing preserved foods. 
No. 1,434,771 : Nov. 7. 

Carre, Francis D., Rockford. 111. Combined truck and 
workbench. No. 1,429,926 ; Sept. 26. 

Carrel, Alexander M., San Francisco, Calif. Heel retainer 
for low shoes. No. 1,40S,721 ; Mar. 7. 

Carrey, John O., assignor to Carrey Rotary Engine Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Turbine. No. 1,415.219 ; May 9. 

Carrey Rotary Engine Company. (See Carrey, John 0„ 
assignor.) 

Carrico, Noel. Sidney, Mont., assignor of one-half to F. C. 

Hughes, Evauston, 111. Mending electric resistance 

elements. No. 1,415,524 ; May 9. 
Carrico, William G., Washington, D. C. Air-inlet-control 

means for furnaces. No. 1.418,776 ; June 6. 
Carrie Gyroscopic Corporation, The. (See Rossiter, 

George A., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Carrie, James, Butler, Pa., assignor to W. D. Sawyer, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Grinding and polishing machine. No. 
1,430,214; Sept. 26. 

Carrier, Carl F. P., Philadelphia, Pa. Piston packing ring. 
No. 1,403,008 ; Jan. 10. 

Carrier, Carl F. P., Philadelphia, Pa. Automatic elec- 
trical controlling device. No. 1,422,415 ; July 11. 

Carrier Engineering Corporation. (See Harrison, Burt S„ 
assignor.) 

Carrigue, William, & Company. (See Bodman, John W., 
assignor.) 

Carrington, William D., Inver Groye, Minn. Signal flag. 
No. 1,420,967; June 27. 

Carris, Edward C, assignor to Cards Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Washington, Iowa. Button-blank-grinding ma- 
chine. No. 1,410,489. June 13. 

Carris Manufacturing Company. (See Carris, Edward C, 
assignor.) 

Carrra, Bazel E., New York, N. Y. Convertible automobile 
body. No. 1,405,486 ; Feb. 7. 

Carrm, Bazel E., New York, N. Y. Convertible vehicle 
body. No. 1,413,965 ; Apr. 25. 

Carrm, Bazel E., New York, N. Y. Convertible vehicle 
body. No. 1,426,153; Aug. 15". 

Carroll, Alfred F., New York, N. Y. Reed for accordions 
No. 1,408,985; Mar. 7. 

Carroll, Andrew L., assignor of one-half to J. W. Cham- 
bers, St. Louis, Mo. Car wheel. No. 1,431,370 ; Oct. 10. 

Carroll. Arthur L. (See Gale, Walter M. A., assignor.) 

Carroll, Arthur V., Cincinnati, Ohio. Lathe. No. 
1,414,176 ; Apr. 25. 

Carroll, Carl H., Arlington, Mass. Closed pocket for panels 
and forming same. No. 1,419,490 ; June 13. 

Carroll, Clarence W. (See Nichols, E. B., and Carroll.) 

Carroll, Elbert H., assignor to Morgan Construction Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. 'Machine for planing gears. 

. No. 1,436,431 ; Nov. 21. 

Carroll, Frank H., Los Angeles, Calif. Vegetation-pro- 
tecting structure. No. 1,407,125 ; Feb. 21. 

Carroll, Henry R. (See Crider, Walter R., assignor.) 

Carroll, Herron G., Ayr, Nebr. Antimiring device. No. 
1,425.448; Aug. 8. 

Carroll, Houston M., Sr., San Antonio, Tex. Compression 
tray. No. 1,404,271 ; Jan. 24. 

Carroll, James A., assignor of one-third to W. B. Paine, 
Bentonville, Ark. Sectional tire fastener. No. 
1,431,097; Oct. 3. 

Carroll, James H. Charlotte, N. C. Bottled-drink-vending 
machine. No. 1,419,219 ; June 13. 

Carroll, James H., Charlotte, N. C. Bottled-drink-vending 
machine. No. 1,419,220 ; June 13. 

Carroll, John D. (See Tregoe, B. B., and Carroll.) 

Carroll, John D., West Lafayette, Ind. Pump. No. 
1,437,464; Dec. 5. 

Carroll, Owen L., Cleveland, Ohio. Heating apparatus for 
vapor-bath devices. No. 1,410,164 ; Mar. 21. 

Carroll, Stewart J., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose ether solvent and compo- 
sition. No. 1,405,487 ; Feb. 7. 

Carroll, Stewart J., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose-ether solvent and 
composition. No. 1,411,708 ; Apr. 4. 

Carroll, Stewart J., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose ether solvent and com- 
position. No. 1,425,173 ; Aug. 8. 

Carroll, Stewart J., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose ether solvent and com- 
position. No. 1,429,188 ; Sept. 12. 

Carroll, Stewart J., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose-ether solvent and composi- 
tion. No. 1,431,905 ; Oct. 10. 

Carroll, Stewart J., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Composition containing cellulose ni- 
trate and cellulose ether and solvent used therein. No. 
1,431,906 ; Oct. 10. 

Carroll, Stewart J., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose-ether solvent and composi- 
tion. No. 1,434,426 ; Nov. 7. 

Carroll, Stewart J., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose-ether solvent and 
composition. No. 1,434,427 ; Nov. 7. 

Carroll, Stewart J., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose-ether solvent and composi- 
tion. No. 1,437,792 ; Dec. 5. 

Carroll, William P., Horton, Kans. Metal-working tool. 
No. 1,418,125; May 30. 

Carron, James A., assignor to Art in Buttons, Inc., Roch- 
ester, N. Y. Saw-filing machine. No. 1,436,954 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Cnrscadin, Charles A. (See Woodman, George A., as- 
signor. ) 

Carskaddon, James K., Pearson, Wash. Muffle furnace. 
No. 1,432,667 ; Oct. 17. 

Carson, Clarence, New Rochelle, N. Y., assignor to Johns- 
Manvillc Incorporated. Trip reset for speedometers. 
No. 1,405,899; Feb. 7. 

Carson, Clarence, New Rochelle, N. Y., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Incorporated. Hub odometer. No. 1,424,000; 
July 25. 

Carson, Hugh J., Fairfax, Minn. Feed regulator. No. 
1,426,041 ; Aug. 15. 

Carson, John R., Montclair, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Frequencv-control 
system. No. 1,403,841 ; Jan. 17. 



Carson, John R., New York, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Method of and 
means for modulating carrier oscillations. No. 
1,410,890; Mar. 28. 

Carson, John R., New York, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Translating circuit. 
No. 1,418,285 ; June 6. 

Carson, Pirie, Scott and Company. (See Hartrick, George, 
assignor.) 

Carson, Robert A., Kansas City,- Mo. Valve grinder. No. 
1.436,150; Nov. 21. 

Carson, Robert M., and J. J. Leahy, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Fabric. No. 1,430,360; Sept. 26. 

Carson, Thomas P., Breckenridge, Tex. Hydraulic ele- 
vator. No. 1,412,920 ; Apr. 18. 

Carson, Walter H. (See Stanley, J., and Carson.) 

Carstarphen, Frederick C, Trenton, N. J., assignor to 
The American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. 
Aerial tramway. No. 1,422.255 ; July 11. 

Carstarphen, Frederick C., Trenton, N. J., assignor to 
The American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. 
Lumber carrier. No. 1,436,151 ; Nov. 21. 

Carstens, Alexander B., Monterey, Mexico, assignor to 
The American Metal Company, Limited. Rotary kiln. 
No. 1,415,990; May 16. 

Cartasso, Giacomo, Oakland, Calif. Signal. No. 1,410,165 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Carter, Arthur, Birmingham, England. Free wheel. No. 
1,412,336; Apr. 11. 

Carter, Arthur J. (See Richards, Paul P. E., assignor.) 

Carter, Carnie B., and A. E. Coxe, Pittsburgh, Ta., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to S. Karpen & Bros. 
Producing active methylene bodies. No. 1,423,753 ; 
July 25. 

Carter, Chapel S. and H. P., assignors to The H. C. 
Cook Go., Ansonia, Conn. Finger-nail trimmer. No. 
1,436,010 ; Nov. 21. 

Carter, Charles E., Gillespie, III. Operating mechanism 
for mine doors. No. 1,419,357; June 13. 

Carter, Charles J., Kansas City, Mo. Flooring. No. 
1,412,506; Apr. 11. 

Carter, Charles J., Kansas City, Mo. Nail set. No. 
1,412,507; Apr. 11. 

Carter, Clarence W., assignor to Carter Mayhew Manu- 
facturing Company. Minneapolis, Minn. Grain sepa- 
rator. No. 1,437.042 ; Nov. 28. 

Carter, Clark E. (See Baker, W. H., and Carter.) 

Carter, Clark E., Montreal. Quebec, Canada. Camera. 
No. 1,407,973; Feb. 21. 

Carter, Clark E., Montreal, Quebec, Canada, assignor 
to Aladdin Cinema Co., Inc., Malone, N. Y. Cinemato- 
graphic apparatus. No. 1,412.508 ; Apr. 11. 

Carter, Clark E., Montreal, Quebec, Canada, assignor to 
Aladdin Cinema Co., Inc., Malone, N. Y. Cinemato- 
graphic machine. No. 1,412,509 ; Apr. 11. 

Carter, Daniel. (See Roach, P. J., and Carter.) 

Carter, Douglas G., Picton, Ontario, Canada. Convertible 
bolt. No. 1,414,979 ; May 2. 

Carter, Edward V., and A. W. Sprague, Huntington, 
W. Va. Jack for removing pinions, etc., from shafts. 
No. 1,403,893; Jan. 17. 

Carter, Floyd R., O. A. Otten, and J. C. Willard, Fair- 
bury, Nebr. Ice - cream - brick center punch. No. 
1,429,405 ; Sept. 19. 

Carter, Frank B., assignor to The Indiana Manufacturing 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Pneumatic straw stacker. 
No. 1.415,792 ; May 9. 

Carter, George J.. Bromborough, and L. G. McFarlane, 
Liverpool, England. Internal-combustion engine. No. 
1,429,016; Sept. 12. 

Carter, George W., and R. B. Hayden, San Angelo, Tex. 
Casing-pulling device. No. 1,418,533 ; June 6. 

Carter, Harold H., Thornton Heath, England. Motor fire 
engine and rail coach or truck. No. 1,405.278 ; Jan. 31. 

Carter, Hedley P. (See Carter, Chapel S. and H. P.) 

Carter, Horace D., Multnomah, Oreg. Swimming pool. No. 
1,403,009 ; Jan. 10. 

Carter, J. B., et al. (See Wysong, Bennett C, assignor.) 

Carter, J. Barrett, et al. (See Wrenn, H. A., and Phil- 
lips, assignors.) 

Carter, J. C, et al. (See Strong, E., and Tarbutton, 
assignors.) 

Carter, Jack B., trustee. (See Homey, Jeffrey C, as- 
signor.) 

Carter, James D., Chicago, 111. Proportional scaling in- 
strument. No. 1,422,925 ; July 18. 

Carter, James W., Minden, La. Agricultural implement. 
No. 1,414,931 ; May 2. 

Carter, Joseph. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Multi- 
magazine self-locking rifle. No. 1,420,471 ; June 20. 

Carter, Lester L., San Francisco, Calif. Oil, gas, and 
water separator. No. 1,426,955 ; Aug. 22. 

Carter, Lionel A., St. Louis, Mo. Power-transmission 
mechanism. No. 1,414,622 ; May 2. 

Carter, Lionel A., assignor of one-third to T. O. Moloney 
and one-third to J. J. Mullen, St. Louis, Mo. Trans- 
former casing. No. 1,429,927 ; Sept. 26. 

Carter, Martin E., Philadelphia, Pa. Strainer for sugar 
juices. No. 1,422,737 ; July 11. 

Carter Mayhew Manufacturing Company. (See Carter, 
Clarence W.. assignor.) 

Carter, Oscar M., Houston, Tex. Drill. No. 1,412.101; 
Apr. 11. 



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Garter, Ralph B., Hawortli, N. J. Tump. No. 1,410,994 ; 
Mar. 28. 

•Carter, Ray I,., Syracuse, N. Y. Shaping device. No. 
1,433,497 ; Oct. 24. 

Cartel', Robert D. (See Drake, T., and Carter.) 

Carter, Robert D., Broadheath, England, assignor to Lino- 
type and Machinery Limited, London, England. Dis- 
tributing mechanism of typographical composing and 
casting machines. No. 1,427,517; Aug. 29. 

Carter, Robert E., Sykesville, Md. Yieldable drive shaft. 
No. 1,416.204 ; May 16. 

Carter, Robert E., Sykesville, Md. Can closure. No. 
1,417,141 ; May 23. 

Carter, Wallace E., Dover, England. Convertible peram- 
bulator and push chair. No. 1,423.912; July 25. 

Carter, Walter J. (See Lamp, Arthur W., assignor.) 

Carter, Walter M., Portsmouth, Va. Lamp socket. No. 
1.410,007 ; May 16. 

Carter, Wiley H. (See Allure, L. E., and Carter.) 

tarter, William. Company, The. (See Cunningham, Sam- 
uel, assignor.) 

Carter, William, Company, The. (See Redmond, Harriet 
L., assignor.) 

Carter, William C, St. Louis, Mo. Fuel-supply apparatus 
for internal-combustion engines. No. 1,423,913 ; July 25. 

Carter, Winthrop L., Nashua, N. H. Method of and appa- 
ratus for waxing paper. No. 1,429,928; Sept. 26. 

Cartier, Charles E., et al. (See Putney, William W., 
assignor.) 

Cartier, Inc. (See Genaille, Alexandre, assignor.) 

( artier, Leo, Oakland, Calif. Cushion tire. No. 1,403,289 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Cartlidge, Frank, Claremont, N. H., assignor to Sullivan 
Machinery Company. Mining machine. No. 1,417,716; 
May 30. 

Cartlidge-, Frank, Claremont, N. II., assignor to Sullivan 
Machinery Company. Transmission mechanism. No. 
1,418,126; May 30. 

Cartlidge. Frank, Claremont, N. H., assignor to Sullivan 
Machinery Company. Clutch mechanism. No. 1,434,772 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Cartmill, Holley, Spokane, Wash. Spark plug. No. 
1,429,017 ; Sept. 12. 

Cartmill, Orrell E., Stevens Point, Wis. Trunk attach- 
ment. No. 1,402,211 ; Jan. 3. 

Cartoning Machinery Corporation. (See Andrews, J. W., 
and Evans, assignors.) 

Cartoning Machinery Corporation. (See Evans, H. L., 
and Andrews, assignors.) 

Cartter, William G., and E. D. Arthur, Arcadia, Calif. 
Solar-heat-collecting apparatus. No. 1.425,174 ; Aug. 8. 

Cartuschka, Jalean W., New York, N. Y. Butter cutter. 
No. 1,436,236 ; Nov. 21. 

Cartwright, Burr M., assignor of one-half to M. S. 
Getman, Syracuse, N. Y. Street-indicating apparatus 
for street cars. No. 1,435,696 ; Nov. 14. 

Caruelle, Georges A., Paris, France. Multicellular arrange- 
ment for the raising of liquids. No. 1,417,886 ; May 30. 

Carvalho. Leslie R. N.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Receptacle clo- 
sure. No. 1,413,257 ; Apr. 18. 

Carvalho, Leslie R. N., assignor to Closure Service Cor- 
poration, Brooklyn, N. Y. Receptacle closure. No. 
1,413,653; Apr. 25. 

Carvalho, Leslie R. N., assignor to Closure Service Cor- 
poration, Brooklyn, N. Y. Receptacle closure. No. 
1.413,654 ; Apr. 25. 

Carvalho, Leslie R. N., and A. L. Merollo, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; 
said Merolle assignor to said Carvalho. Receptacle 
closure. No. 1.4)3,250; Apr. 18. 

Carver, Fred S., Newark, N. J. Compression pump. No. 
1.419.221 ; June 13. 

Cary, Edward D., New York, N. Y. Mold-handling appa- 
ratus. No. 1,425,449 ; Aug. 8. 

Cary Edwin H., Stockton, Calif. Constructing streets 
and highways. No. 1,410,733 ; Mar. 28. 

Cary, George W., Greenfield, Mass. Saw guide. No. 
1.417,973 ; May 30. 

Cary. Harrv E., and T. T. McGuire, Oakland, Calif. Dirigi- 
ble headl'ight. No. 1,417.497 ; May 30. 

Cary, James IT., and .1. D. McMurry, Memphis, Tenn. Com- 
bination collar and hame. No. 1,402.920 ; Jan. 10. 

Cary Manufacturing Co. (See Cary, S. C, and Betton, 
assignors.) 

Cary Manufacturing Co. (See Cary, Spencer C, assignor.) 

Cary Manufacturing Co. (See Freeh, William F., as- 
signor.) 

Oarv, Spencer C., assignor, to Cary Manufacturing Com- 
panv, Brooklyn, N. Y. Implement for joining package 
binders. No. 1,411,109 ; Apr. 4. 

Cary, Spencer C, assignor to Cary Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Brooklyn, N. Y. Band tightener. No. 1,412,165 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Cary, Spencer C. Brooklyn, assignor to Cary Manufactur- 
ing Co., New York, N. Y. Wire package binder. No. 
1.419.110; June 0. 

Cary, Spencer C, assignor to Cary Manufacturing Co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Bundled wire. No. 1,423,478 ; July 18. 

Cary, Speucer C, assignor to Cary Manufacturing Co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Bundled wire. No. 1.427,518 ; Aug. 29. 

Cary, Spencer C, assignor to Cary Manufacturing Co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Bundled wire. No. 1.427,519 : Aug. 29. 

Cary. Spencer C, assignor to Cary Manufacturing Co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Implement for binding shipping 
packages. No. 1.431.098; Oct. 3. 



Cary, Spencer C, Brooklyn, and J.' M. Betton, Mount 
Vernon, assignors to Cary Manufacturing Co., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Means for cleaning metals preparatory to weld- 
ing. No. 1,419,717 ; June 13. 

Cary, William J. (See Downey, Richard F., assignor.) 

Caryl, Harry S., assignor of one-half to L. B. Landau, 
Scranton, Pa. Horseshoe pad. No. 1,407,379 ; Feb. 21. 

Carzis, Demetrius G., ot al. (See Anthos, Frank I-L, as- 
signor.) 

Carzis, James, et al. (See Anthos, Frank H., assignor.) 

Carzis, John G., et al. (See Anthos, Frank H., assignor.) 

Casahlancas, Fernando, Sabadell, Spain. Drawing mech- 
anism for textile rovings, with feeding belts. No. 
1,416,608 ; May 16. 

Casablancas, Fernando, Sabadell, Spain. Drawing appa- 
ratus for textile rovings. No. 1,440,274 ; Dec. 26. 

Casale, Luigi, Rome, Italy, assignor for himself and Rene" 
Leprestre, New York, N. Y. Catalytic apparatus for the 
synthesis of ammonia. No. 1,408,987 ; Mar. 7. 

Casarcs, Miguel G., Santiago, Spain. Method of and ap- 
paratus for recording arterial pulsations. No. 
1.413,389 ; Apr. 18. 

Case, Arthur E., assignor to Delta Electric Company, 
Marion, Ind. Electric lamp. No. 1,428,755 ; Sept. 12. 

Case, Arthur E., assignor to Delta Electric Company, 
Marion, Ind. Portable electric lamp. No. 1,430,939 ; 
Oct. 3. 

Case, Arthur F., assignor to The Wellman-Seaver-Morgan 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Car dumper. No. 1,407,926 ; 
Feb. 28. 

Case, Arthur F., assignor to Wellman-Seaver-Morgan Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Car blocking for car-dumper 
cradles. No. 1,427,090 ; Aug. 29. 

Case, Arthur F., assignor to The Wellman-Seaver-Morgan 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Fueling barge. No. 
1,427,091 ; Aug. 29. 

Case, Arthur F., assignor to The Wellman-Seaver-Morgan 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Car dumper. No. 1,439,866 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Case, Francis M., Cleveland, assignor to The Hoover Suc- 
tion Sweeper Company, New Berlin, Ohio. Suction 
sweeper. No. 1,408,074 ; Feb. 28. 

Case, Francis M., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Foote-Burt Company. Washing and 
wringing machine. No. 1,410,652 ; Mar. 28. 

Case, Francis M., assignor to The Shelby Supply and 
Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Coin-con- 
trolled vending machine. No. 1,414,502 ; May 2. 

Case, Francis M., assignor to E. C. McKay, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Loader for machine-gun magazines. No. 1,436,083 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Case, George W., and J. W. Roberts, Passaic, N. J. Ma- 
chine for aligning the flanges of traylike articles. No. 
1,424,280; Aug. 1. 

Case, Harry J., Potosi, Wis. Tractor drawbar. No. 
1,414,457 ; May 2. 

Case, Henry M., assignor to The Cincinnati Stamping 
Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ventilator. No. 1,412,607; 
Apr. 11. 

Case, J. I., Plow Works Company. (See Hcndrickson, 
R. O., and Morec, assignors.) 

Case, J. I., Plow Works Company. (See Hendrickson, 
Robert O.. assignor.) 

Case. J. I., Threshing Machine Company. (See Caughey, 
Robert C, assignor.) » 

Case. J. I., Threshing Machine Company. (See Crawford, 
John F., assignor.) 

Case, J. I., Threshing Machine Company. (See Davies, 
David P., assignor.) 

Case, J. I.. Threshing Machine Company. (See Krause, 
Norman R., assignor.) 

Case, J. I. Threshing Machine Company. (See MacGregor, 
W. F., and Krause, assignors.) 

Case, John J., assignor of one-half to J. J. Wright, 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Throttle regulator. No. 
1,404,009 ; Jan. 17. 

Case, John J., assignor to Baker Manufacturing Corpora- 
tion, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Acid line for paper mills. 
No. 1,426,956; Aug. 22. 

Case, Joseph E. (Sep Halliday. George, assignor.) 

Case, Maxwell, Evanston, 111. Chart for recording com- 
petitive sales. No. 1,439,867 ; Dec. 26. 

Case, Rolland T., La Crosse, Wis. Method of and appa- 
ratus for metal casting. No. 1,429,568 ; Sept. 19. 

Case, Theodore W., Scipio, N. Y. Electrical device. No. 
1,406.149 ; Feb. 7. 

Case. Theodore W., Scipio, N. Y. Signaling system. No. 
1,412,385 ; Apr. 11. 

Casebeer, Alvin, Heppner, Oreg. Saw setter. No. 
1.439,144 : Dec. 10. 

Casein Manufacturing Company, The. (See Dunham, 
Andrew A., assignor.) 

Casele, Luigi, et al. (See Casele, Luigi, assignor.) 

Casello, Joseph. (See Currie, Thomas D., assignor.) 

Casey, Charles C, assignor to Work Organizer Specialties 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Sorting device. No. 1,439,793 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Casey. Francis W., Rockland, Mass. Firewood-cutting 
machine. No. 1,438,943 : Dec. 19. 

Casey-Hedges Co., The. (See Stimmel, Frederick G, as- 
signor.) 

Caspv. Thomas I., San Francisco, Calif. Dehydrator. 
No*. 1,426,816: A112. 22. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Casgrain. Charles E., Chicago, 111. Attachment for but- 
tonhole machines. No. 1,404,372; Jan. 24. 
Casgrain. Charles E., Chicago, 111. Buttonhole-stitching 

machine. No. 1,411,953 ; Apr. 4. 
Casgrain, Lonis A., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. .T. Grinding 
machine. No. 1,410,551 ; Mar. 28. 
Casgrain, Louis A., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine 
for applying foxing to rubber shoes. No. 1,439,794 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Cashman. John C. Baldwin Park, Calif. Pruning knife. 
No. 1,439,225 ; Dec. 19. 

Cashmer. Jacob, Denver, Colo. Nut and bolt lock. No. 

1,433,6.75 ; Oct. 31. 
Casler, Herman. Canastota, N. Y. Drill chuck. No. 
1.432,278; Oct. 17. 

Casler, John C, Chicopee Falls, Mass. Feeding attach- 
ment for stokers and the like. No. 1,415,146 ; May 9. 

Casmire, Frederick B., Chanute, Ivans. Slop. No. 
1.420.180; June 20. 

Cason. Charles S.. Oakland. Calif. Lather's hatchet. 
No. 1.426,151 ; Aug. 15. 

Cason. Louisa B.. Cincinnati, Ohio. Hair-straightening 
comb. No. 1 ,413,255 ; Apr. 18. 

Casorso. Napoleon P., and C. Vacher, Santa Barbara. Calif. 
Nozzle. No. 1,417,031 ; May 23. 

Caspari, Karl. Frankfort-on-the-Main-Ginnheim, Germany. 
Tensioning peg for stringed instruments. No. 
1.422,738: July 11. 

Casper, Albert. (See Nixon, Albion K.. assignor.) 

Casper, Frank L., Howes Cave, N. 1". Graphophone stop. 
No. 1,434.366 ; Nov. 7. 

Casper, William L., Brooklyn, assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Elec- 
tric circuit. No. 1,432,965 ; Oct. 24. 

Casperson, Carl S., New Britain. Conn. Combination 
drawbolt and lock. No. 1,410,995 ; Mar. 28. 

Caspersson, Karl A. (See Gustafsou, G., Jungmarker, 
and Caspersson.) 

Cassady, George, New Westminster, British Columbia, 
Canada. Speed-change mechanism. No. 1,409,523 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Cassady. John, assignor to Cassady Specialty Company, 
Ritzville, Wash. Circulating-air beater. No. 1,402,728 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Cassady Specialty Company. (See Cassady, John, as- 
signor.) 

Cassalette. Eddy, Berlin-Friedenau, Germany. Device for 
controlling the exhaust of motor cars and the like. 
No. 1,405.900 ; Fob. 7. 

Cassedv. William M., Cape May, N. J. Toothbrush. No. 
1,405.279 ; Jan. 31. 

Cassell. Oscar Ii., New York, N. Y. Flying machine. No. 
1.406.344 ; Feb. 14. 

Cassidy, Frederick F., et al., trustee. (See St. John, 
George L, assignor.) 

Cassidy, Gabriel J., Hastings, Minn. Sprayer nozzle. 
No. 1,428,530 : Sept. 12. 

Cassidy. George L., et al. (See Davis, Mortimer D., as- 
signor^ 

Cassidv. John P., Aurora. Ontario, Canada. Pipe lifter. 
No. 1.420,621 ; June 27. 

Cassidy, Louis T., Norwich, Conn. Surgical appliance. 
No. 1,438,899 ; Dec. 12. 

Cassutt, Casper J. (See Hui'ber, Henry, assignor.) 

Cast Steel Locomotive Ash Pan Company. (See Westlflke, 
Charles T., assignor.) 

Castberg, Thomas. (See Blankenhorn, G. W., and Cast- 
berg.) 

Casterline, Edwin D., and J. A. Brien. San Francisco ; said 
Casterline assignor of his right to Laura F. Casterline, 
Oakland, Calif. Boll-paper bolder. No. 1,408,499 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Casterline. Laura F. (See Casterline, E. D., and Brien, 
assignors.) 

Castle, John E., assignor of one-half to J. C. Jones, 
Ridge Farm, 111. Collapsible rim. No. 1,439,943 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Castle, Samuel N., New Rochelle, N. Y. Electric furnace. 
No. 1.420.687 ; June 27. 

Castleman, Frank M., Rotherham. England, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Power-operated ram. No. . 
1,407,253 ; Feb. 21. 

Castles, Richard ('.. Chicago. 111. Holder for playing 
cards. No. 1.416,447; May 16. 

Castricum, Martin. Springfield, assignor to The Fisk Rub- 
ber Company, Chicopee Falls, Mass. Continuous fabric 
feed. No. 1.415,312; May 9. 

Caswell. Carl F.. Coon Rapids, Iowa. Glass tongs. No. 
1,428,679 : Sept. 12. 

Caswell, Herbert M., Oatman, Ariz. Wheelbarrow handle. 
No. 1,427,720 ; Aug. 29. 

Catalano, Peter P., North Collins. N. Y. Automatic safety 
gas cut-off. No. 1.416.169: May 16. 

Cataldi, Beniamino, Turin, Italy, assignor to A. Pomilio, 
New York, N. Y. Extraction of the cellulose from 
vegetable libers. No. 1,424,620; Aug. 1. 

Catalpo, Limited. (See Schidrowitz. Philip, assignor.) 

Catching. Roy W., Roseburg, Oreg. Vacuum brake. No. 
1 .4H3.290 ; Jan. 10. 

Gate, Charles D.. assignor of one-half'to J. D. Fisk. Syra- 
cuse. X. Y. Reel. No. 1,425,076 ; Aug. 8. 



Catella, Robert, Woodlawn, N. Y. Bottle stopper. No. 
1,429,929; Sept. 26. 

Cater, William H., Chicago, 111. Well screen. No. 
1,431,872; Oct. 10. 

Caterini, Rocco, Archbald, Pa. Arch support. No. 
1,408,267 ; Feb. 28. 

Cathcart. Oswald J., Newburgh, N. Y. Vanity case. No. 
1,423.079; July 18. 

Cathcart, William A. P., assignor of one-half to K. C. 
Hoon, Honolulu, Hawaii. Hairpin. No. 1,419,017 ; 
June 6. 

Cathrill, Jack, Los Angeles, Calif. Lamp. No. 1.403,147 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Cathrill, Jack, Los Angeles, Calif. Valve lock. No. 
1.422,336: July 11. 

Catini, Federico, Pomeroy., Ohio. Attachment for soda- 
fountain faucets. No. 1,432,592 ; Oct. 17. 

Catlett, Charles, Staunton, Va. Oxysalt composition. No. 
1,422,337 ; July 11. 

Catlin, Hoyt, assignor to The Bryant Electric Company, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Electric appliance. No. 1,408,268 ; 
Feb. 28. 

Catlin, Hoyt, assignor to The Bryant Electric Company, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Electric fitting. No. 1,411.161 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Catlin, Hoyt, assignor to The Bryant Electric Company, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Attachment plug. No. 1,417,452 ; 
May 23. 

Catlin. Hoyt. assignor to The Bryant Electric Company, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Electric switch. No. 1,423,306; 
July 18. 

Catlin, Mildred II., Minneapolis, Minn. Supplemental 
clothes hanger. No. 1,427,260 ; Aug. 29. 

Catlin, Thomas S., Waveland, Ind. Gun sight No. 
1.433,177; Oct. 24. 

Cato, Joseph L.. Elmhurst, N. Y., assignor to L-W-F Engi- 
neering Company, Inc., College Point, Long Island, 
N. Y. Fuselage construction for aeroplanes. No. 
1.42S.143.; Sept. 5. 

Cato, Joseph L., Elmhurst, assignor to L-W-F Engineer- 
ing Company Inc., College Point, Long Island, N. Y. 
Armed aeroplane. No. 1,434,367 ; Nov. 7. 

Catron, John J., assignor to Catron Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Bonham, Tex. Auxiliary air valve for motors. 
No. 1,436,943 ; Nov. 28. 

Catron Manufacturing Company. (See Catron, John J., 
assignor.) 

Cattaneo, Giustino, Milan, Italy. Cooling arrangement 
for exhaust valves of internal-combustion engines. No. 
1,415,793; May 9. 

Cattaneo. Giustino, Milan, Italy. Cylinder of intcrnal- 
conihuslion engines. No: 1,416,170; May 16. 

Catterall. Albert B.. Ottumwa, Iowa. Dust cap. No. 
1,423,515 ; July 25. 

Catterlin, F. ,L, et al. (See Platb, Theodore C, as- 
signor. ) 

Cattin, Walter J., Omaha, Nebr. Valve tool. No. 
1,430.940; Oct. 3. 

Cattoi, Louis C, Hurley, Wis. Gearless transmission 
mechanism. No. 1,421,908 ; July 4. 

Cattoor. Joe M., Eaton, Colo. Rope machine. No. 
1.430,519 : Sept. 26. 

Catts. Erwin C. (See Hughes, B. I., jr., Dickey, and 
Catts.) 

Caudle. Theron L., Wadesboro, N. C. Garment supporter. 
No. 1,411,160; Mar. 28. 

Caugney, Robert C. Dixon, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to J. I. Case Threshing Machine Companv, Ra- 
cine, Wis. Plow. No. 1,427,357; Aug. 29. 

Cauhn. Charles R. (See Stuart, Edwin T., assignor.) 

Caulk, L. D., Company. (See Zurbrigg, Daniel A., as- 
signor.) 

Caulkins, Theodore r., assignor to E. T. Wrav. Chicago, 
111. Drilling machine. No. 1,422.031 ; July 4. 

Causebrook, Henry F., Greenfield, Mass. Electrical con- 
denser. No. 1.415.220; May 9. 

Causon, William B., Oakland, Calif. Rear-light signal for 
autos. No. 1,402,479 ; Jan. 3. 

Cauthorn. Courtney M. (See Cauthorn, Richard C, as- 
signor.) 

Cauthorn. Richard C. Nowata, Okla., assignor of one-half 
to C. M. Cauthorn, Denver, Colo. Attachment for check 
pads. No. 1,402,398; Jan. 3. 

Cavanagh, James, Boston. Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Sole-protect- 
ing device. No. 1.438,979: Dec. 19. 

Cavanaugh. William M., New York, N. Y. Making leather 
yarn and article. No. 1,415,313; May 9. 

Cave. Herbert E., Indianapolis, Ind. Holder for light- 
diffusing bowls. No. 1,430,941 ; Oct. 3. 

Caveney, George, Oakland, Calif. Adjustable well-drilling 
bit. No. 1,407,927 ; Feb. 28. 

Caverly, Ralph, Chicago, 111. Drill bit. No. 1,427,064 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Cavigelli. Emanuel. Ste. Margarethen, near Miincbwilen, 
Switzerland, assignor to the Firm Schweiz. Gesellscbaft 
fur Tiillindustrie A-G., Miinchwilen, Switzerland. Ma- 
chine for making tulle. No. 1,404.373 ; Jan. 24. 

Cavigelli, Emanuel. St. Margarethen, near Miinchwilen, 
assignor to Firm of Schweiz Gesellschaft fiir Tiillin- 
dustrie A.-G., Miinchwilen, Switzerland. Plain - net 
loom. No. 1.428.756; Sept. 12. 

Caviness, Edwin A.. Battle Creek. Mich. Horn or ampli- 
fier for phonographs. No. 1.412,772 ; Apr. 11. 



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Cavitt, John C, Weirton, W. Va. Electric heating ap- 
paratus. No. 1,424,340 ; Aug. 1. 
Cawley, Aloysius J., l'ittston, Pa. Sound-recording proc- 
ess. No. 1,420,304 ; June 20. 

Cawlev, Frank 1 J ., 1'ittsburgh, l'a. Game apparatus. No. 

1,405,967; Feb. 7. 
Cawley, Michael J., New York, N. Y. Burglar alarm. 
No. 1,439,795 ; Dec. 26. 

Cawood, Richard L., Fast Liverpool, Ohio. Plastic ma- 
terial and producing the same. No. 1,414,254 ; Apr. 25. 

Cawse, Alfred J., Prince Bay, N. Y., assignor to The 
S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company. Flexible 
shaft. No. 1,437,493 ; Dec. 5. 

Cayce, Robert D., Nashville, Tenn. Moistening device. 

No. 1,430,492 ; Sept. 26. 
Caye, Fred L.. Detroit, Minn. Loading apparatus. No. 
1,428,472 ; Sept. 5. 

Cayer, Joseph L., and F. Gersdorff, Chicago, 111., assignor 
to Interior Window Display Co. Lambrequin. No. 
1,405,280 ; Jan. 31. 

Caylor, George K., Delaware, Ohio. Pneumatic tire. No. 
1,404,685 ; Jan. 24. 

Caywood, Albert D., Oak Park, 111. Print-trimming ma- 
chine. No. 1,433,799; Oct. 31. 

Cazier, Murray H., and E. P. Youkey, Chicago, 111., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to A. Aderer, New York, 
N. Y. Clothes-hanger rack. No. 1.439,145 ; Dec. 19. 

Cazier, Perry II., and W. H. Hecker, Nashville, Mich. 
Compressed-air filtering apparatus. No. 1.429,713 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Ceccarini, Olindo O., et al. (See Monbaruzzo, Luigi, 
assignor.) 

Celane, Jacob L., and D. Steinberg, New York, X. Y. 
Advertising device. No. 1,434,873 ; Nov. 7. 

Cellino, Attilio, Buenos Aires, Argentina, assignor to Cen- 
tral Battery Corporation. Battery element and forming 
the same. No. 1,433,602 ; Oct. 31. 

Celluloid Company, The. (See Lindsay, William G., as- 
signor.) 

Center-Fed Spring Insert Co. (See Dale, Sylvester F., 
assignor.) 

Central Automatic Sprinkler Company. (See Lewis, Leroy 
M., assignor.) 

Central Battery Corporation. (See Cellino, Attilio, as- 
signor. ) 

Central Manufacturing Company. (See Schuette, August 
E., assignor.) 

Central Metal Products Company, The. (See Nyrnan, 
John O., assignor.) 

Central Oil & Gas Stove Co. (See White, Fred E., 
assignor.) 

Central Railway Signal Company. (See Dutcher, Frank, 
assignor.) 

Central Railway Signal Company. (See Ross, Louis S., 
assignor. ) 

Central States Bridge Company. (See Riley, Austin A., 
assignor.) 

Central Talking Machine Shop, Inc. (See Hadley, Wal- 
ter C, assignor.) 

Central Union Trust Company of New York. (See Rad- 
ford, George S., assignor.) 

Central Wheel Company. (See Rupe, Judson R., assignor.) 

Centrifugal Concrete Blocks and Poles Limited. (See 
Cannon, Percival C. assignor.) 

Centrifugal Gun Corporation. (See Lombard, Levi W., 
assignor.) 

Cerf, Lester, Brooklyn, N. Y. Heel fastener. No. 
1,423,787 ; July 25. 

Ceriat, Eugene, Los Angeles, Calif. Tile construction. 
No. 1,420,020; June 20. 

Certain-Teed Products Corporation. (See Outman, Orr 
K., assignor.) 

Cervenka, William F., Traverse City, Mich. Bank-protec 
tion system. No. 1,420.520 ; June 20. 

Cervenka, William F., Traverse City, Mich. Bank pro- 
tective apparatus. No. 1,427,065 ; Aug. 22. 

Cerveny, Emil F., assignor of one-half to S. Yavitz, Chi- 
cago, 111. Angle-indicating level and plumb. No. 
1,440,275 ; Dec. 26. 

Cerveny, Emil F., assignor of one-half to S. Yavitz, Chi- 
cago, 111. Record-lifting device for sound-reproducing 
machines. No. 1,440.276 ; Dec. 26. 

Cesak, Martin, Berwyn, 111. Oiling system for vehicle 
springs. No. 1,436,012 ; Nov. 21. 

Cesar, Vital, Brussels, Belgium. Controlling device for 
signals having several positions. No. 1,418,127 ; May 30. 

Ceserani, John, assignor of one-third to G. Wrightson'and 
one-third to F. W. Carpino, Butte, Mont. Surveyor's 
instrument and range finder. No. 1,406,150 : Feb. 7. 

Cessna, Ira B., lloisington, Kans. Trailer hitch fo>- auto- 
mobiles. No. 1,427,579 ; Aug. 29. 

Chabot, Joseph O., assignor to George L. Paine Co., North 
Attleboro, Mass. Belt buckle. No. 1,440.339 : Dec. 26. 

Chabot, .Tosephat. (See Gauthier, E., and Chabot.) 

Chace, Warren O., Everett, Mass. Stirrer. No. 1,416,332 • 
May 16. 

Chadd, Frank E. (See Redifer, R., and Chadd.) 

Chadderton, Irvine. Ashton-under-Lyne, and R. C. Booth 
Failsworth, England. Box spanner and the like. No! 
1,419,222 ; June 13. 

Chadeloid Chemical Company. (See Ellis, Carleton, as- 
signor.) 

Chadwick. Cecil C. Newton. Mass. Bubbler fountain. 
No. 1,435,515; Nov. 14. 



Chadwick, George C, Melbourne. Victoria, Australia. Un- 
loading apparatus. No. 1.422.926 ; July 18. 

Chadwick, Herbert D. (See Frost, John A., assignor.) 

Chadwick. Lee S.. Cleveland. Ohio. Apparatus for vapor- 
izing liquid fuel. No. 1,439.146; Dec. 19. 

Chadwick, Lee S., East Cleveland, assignor to The Cleve- 
land Metal Products Companv, Cleveland, Ohio. Wick. 
No. 1,403,010 ; Jan. 10. 

Chadwick, Lee S., assignor to The Cleveland Metal Prod- 
ucts Company. Cleveland, Ohio. Oil burner. No. 
1,405,488 ; Feb. 7. 

Chadwick, William A., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Ice- 
cream-cone protector. No. 1,436,754 ; Nov. 28. 

Chafetz, Benjamin, New York, N. Y. Finger ring and 
cigarette holder. No. 1,434,590 ; Nov. 7. 

Chaffee, Harold D., South Manchester, Conn. Shoe-lace 
tip. No. 1,402,341 ; Jan. 3. 

Chaffee, Milo O., Sanford, Kans. Tractor hitch. No. 
1,427,066; Aug. 22. 

CUallin, Clarence M., Springfield, Mo. Lawn cleaner. No. 

1.417.032 ; May 23. 

Cliagnon, Moise C, Derby, Conn. Dustpan. No. 1,410,369; 
Mar. 21. 

Chaillaux, Paul, Paris, France. Manufacture of gold- 
colored sulphurs and vermilions of antimony. No. 

1.417.033 ; May 23. 

Chain Belt Company. i See Bethke, Leo, assignor.) 
Chain Belt Company. (See Brown, James W., assignor.) 
Chain Belt Company. (See Fraser, D., Shafer, and 

Levalley. assignors.) 
Chain Belt Company, i See Roddy, Gustav R., assignor.) 
Chain Belt Company. (See Shafer. Samuel, Jr., assignor.) 
Chain Belt Company. (See Welser, George B., jr., 

assignor.) 
Chakiris, George. (See Veaux, A., and Chakiris.) 
Chalas, Adolphe, Paris, France. Preparing meat extract 

in a dry state. No. 1,414,177 ; Apr. 25. 
Chalfant, Cotter S., Chicago, 111. Spark arrester for loco- 
motives. No. 1,408.075; Feb. 28. 
Challoner Company. (See Ackerberg, Carl, assignor.) 
Chaiman. John K.. assignor to Union Special Machine 

Company, » bicago. 111. Folder for sewing machines. 

No. 1.422.176 : July 11. 
Chaiman, John E., assignor to Union Special Machine 

Company, Chicago, 111. Folder for sewing machines. 

No. 1,433,447; Oct. 24. 
Chaiman, John E., assignor to Union Special Machine 

Company, Chicago, 111. Needle guard. No. 1,433,S72 ; 

Oct. 31. 
Chaiman, John E., assignor to Union Special Machine 

Company, Chicago, 111. Stitching mechanism for sew- 
ing machines. No. 1,436,944 ; Nov. 28. 
Chaiman, John E., assignor to Union Special Machine 

Company. Chicago, 111. Guide for sewing machines. 

No. 1,439,944'; Dec. 26. 
Chaloupka, Joseph. Omaha, Nebr. Hose clamp. No. 

1,413,003; Apr. 18. 
Chamales-Lehmann Company. (See Lehmann, Karl L., 

assignor.) 
Chamberlain, Arthur R., et al. (See Charlton, Robert W., 

assignor.) 
Chamberlain, Kit C, Houston, Tex. Staple-setting device. 

No. 1,406,974 ; Feb. 21. 
Chamberlain, Minor E., St. Louis, Mo. Rail tie. No. 

1,431,631; Oct. 10. 
Chamberlain, Richard H., et al. (See Hull, Chester A., 

assignor.) 
'jamberlain, Rufus N.. assignor of one-half to G. R. Ber- 

ger. Chicago, 111. Locomotive. No. 1,417,498 ; May 30. 
Chamberlain, Wilbur L., Merideu. Conn. Sound-reproduc- 
ing device. No. 1,407,928; Feb. 2.8. 
Chamberlin, Clarence P., assignor to Joseph N. Smith 

& Company, Detroit, Mich. Sash-operating mechanism. 

No. 1.434.874 : Nov. 7. 
Chamberlin, Walter L., Laurel, Mont. Measuring instru- 
ment. No. 1.436,648 ; Nov. 28. 
Chambers Brothers Company. (See King. Howard K.. 

assignor. > 

Chambers. Charles E., El Dorado. Kans. Skimmer. No. 
1.405, 66S ; Feb. 7. 

Chambers, Charles E., Wichita, Kans. Milk skimmer. 
No. 1,421.909 : July 4. 

Chambers, George C. (See Clark. Edward B., assignor.) 

Chambers. Howard E., and J. L. Downing, Seattle, Wash. 
Camp stove. No. 1,403,842 ; Jan. 17. 

Chambers, John A.. Newburg. Mo. Mail-delivery appara- 
tus. No. 1,405,097; Jan. 31. 

Chambers, John M., Baltimore, assignor to O. P. Le 
Compte. Towson. Md. Grip handle. No. 1,426,357 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Chambers, Jordan W. (See Carroll, Andrew L., assignor.) 
Chambers, Lee. Bastrop. Tex. Shoe-shining machine. No. 

1.410. ins : .Tune 6. 
Chambers. Mack and Y. W., East St. Louis, 111. Bandit 

trap. X,,. 1.428.003 : Sept. 5. 
Chambers, Peter, i See Fisher, W. H., and Chambers.) 
Chambers. William ('.. Cicero. 111. Valve-operating mech- 
anism. No. 1.413,097; Apr. 18. 
Chambers, Yancy W. (See Chambei's. Mack and Y. W.) 
Chambless, .Tames, assignor of one-half to H. W. Cran 
ford. Jaspar. Ala. Motion-picture apparatus. No. 
1.428.531 : Sept. 12. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Cliainbon, Henri, Paris, France. Combined letter and 
cover and the like. No. 1,409,828 ; Mar. 14. 

Chainbon, Henri, Paris, France. Envelope for sending 
post cards and the like. No. 1,409,829 ; Mar. 14. 

Chamney, Ronald M. (See Robinson, C. R., and Chain- 
ney.) 

Champagne, Henry J., Pittsfield, Mass. Removable heel. 
No. 1,427 261 ; Aug. 29. 

Champeau, Lawrence X., Jersey City, N. J. Adjustable 
illumination device for skylights. No. 1,419,918 ; 
June 20. 

Champion Ice Machine Company, The. (See Gase, George 
A., assignor.) 

Champion Ignition Company. (See McDougal, T. G., 
and McDowell, assignors.) 

Champion Ignition Company. (See McDougal, Taine G., 
assignor.) 

Champion Register Company, The. (See Moss, Victor G., 
assignor.) 

Champion Shoe Machinery Company. (See Dobyne, Stephen 
A., assignor.) 

Champlin, Charles W., assignor of one-half to S. Higby, 
Cedar Falls, Iowa. Car seal. No. 1,420,968 ; June 27. 

Champlin, Herbert H. (See Davis, M. L., and Cook, as- 
signors. ) 

Chance, George W., Swarthmore, Pa. Harbor-improve- 
ment apparatus. No. 1,432,530 ; Oct. 17. 

Chancellor, Chester A., L. G. McMannama, and C. E. 
Houiihton, Mindenmines, Mo. Engine trip for steam 
shovels. No. 1,430,942 ; Oct. 3. 

Chandeson, Alfred H., deceased, Jette St. Pierre ; sole 
heirs of said Alfred H. Chandeson assignors to Com- 
pagnie Internationale de Freinage (Systeme Luyers) 
Societe Anonyme, Brussels, Belgium. Braking mecha- 
nism. No. 1,434,678 ; Nov. 7. 

Chandler, Albert L., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Companv, New York, N. Y. Tube-wrapping 
lathe. No. 1,432,531 ; Oct. 17. 

Chandler, Charles D.. and F. B. Roland, Portland, Oreg. 
Headlight. No. 1,403,291 ; Jan. 10. 

Chandler, Elmo M., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Strut for 
automatic sprinklers. No. 1,434,679 ; Nov. 7. 

Chandler, Franklin F., and H. G. Myers, assignors to 
Adaptable Tractor Co., Indianapolis, Ind. Tractor. 
No. 5,439,066: Dec. 19. 

Chandler, James Henry, London, England. Spring suspen- 
sion for vehicles. No. 1,431,632 ; Oct. 10. 

Chandler, Jermain, Toledo, Ohio. Dispensing apparatus. 
No. 1,420,080 ; June 20. 

Chandler, Logan B., San Francisco, Calif. Boot and 
valve. No. 1,437,130 ; Nov. 28. 

Chandler & Price Company, The. (See Sixt, Frederick 
C, assignor.) 

Chandler and Price Company, The. (See Tyler, Ralph 
S.. assignor.) 

Chandler, Robert W., Stamford, Conn. Distant control 
for industrial cranes. No. 1,439,945 ; Dec. 26. 

Chanier, Gaston L., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Pathe 
Exchange Inc., New York, N. Y. Film-testing machine. 
No. 1.422,665 ; July 11. 

Chanier, Gaston L., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Pathe 
Exchange, Inc., New York, N. Y. Film-printing ma- 
chine. No. 1,425,450 ; Aug. 8. 

Channell, Charles A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Channell 
Chemical Company. Floor mop. No. 1,406,610 ; Feb. 14. 

Channell Chemical Company. (See Channell, Charles A., 
assignor.) 

Channon, Thomas H., Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria, Aus- 
tralia. Manufacture of resilient tires and apparatus 
therefor. No. 1,424,802 ; Aug. 8. 

Chanowsky, Adolph. (See Kerr, Michael, A., assignor.) 

Chantemerle, Joseph L. (See Garcelon, G. H., and 
Chantemerlo.) 

Chantemerle, Joseph L., Turtle Creek, Pa., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company. 
Brush holder. No. 1,435.209 ; Nov. 14. 

Chantiers et Ateliers Augustin-Normand. (See Augustin- 
Normand, Augustin, assignor.) 

Chantiers & Ateliers Augustin Normand. (See Lecoq, 
Henri, assignor.) 

Chantler, Henry C. (See Hedrick, H. L., and Chantler.) 

Chantraine, Alphonse B., Marcinelle, Belgium. Heating 
apparatus. No. 1,402,568; Jan. 3. 

Chapdelaine, Norhert, assignor to Allan A. Magee, Mon- 
treal, Quebec, Canada. Rocking carriage. No. 1,404,834 ; 
Jan. 31. 

Chapdelaine, Norhert, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
International Toy Company, Limited, Montreal. Que- 
bec, Canada. Chdd's vehicle. (Reissue.) No. 15,404; 
July 11. 

Cliapin, Marvin E., assignor to Chicago Carton Company, 
Chicago, 111. Shipping and dispensing box. No. 
1,416,448; May 16. 

Chapin & Hollister Co. (See Lewis, Frederick W., as- 
signor.) 

Chapman, Charles E., Chicago, 111. Jewelry tray. No. 
1,425,317; Aug. 8. 

Chapman, Charles E.. Chicago, 111. Moving display 
apparatus for jewelry. No. 1.425,508 ; Aug. 15. 

Chapman, Charles E., assignor of one-half to J. Good- 
fellow, Fort Edward, N. Y. Apparatus for burning 
hydrocarbon oils. No. 1,419,223 ; June 13. 



Chapman, Charles E., assignor of one-half to J. Goodfel- 

low, Fort Edward, N. Y. Superheater. No. 1,436,379 : 

Nov. 21. 
Chapman, Earle E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Miller- 
Chapman Company. Side chain shackle for automobile 

wheels. No. 1,418,534 ; June 6. 
Chapman, Edward B., Whitley Bay, England. Magnetic 

strainer apparatus for separating solids from liquids. 

No. 1,425,366; Aug. 8. 
Chapman, Edward H., assignor to Bethlehem Shipbuilding 

Corporation, Ltd., South Bethlehem, Pa. Radial rivet- 
ing hammer. No. 1,404,512 ; Jan. 24. 
Chapman Engineering Company. (See Chapman, William 

B., assignor.) 
Chapman, Ernest L., Hyde Park, assignor to W. Fillmore 

Company, Cambridge, Mass. Show case. No. 1.431,371 t 

Oct. 10. 
Chapman, Frank, Brooklyn, N. Y. Amusement device. 

No. 1,422,032 ; July 4. 
Chapman, Frank C, Modesto, Calif. Dehydrator. No 

1.404,369 ; Jan. 24. 
Chapman, Frank C, Modesto, Calif. Combustion and 

mixing chamber for dehvdrators. No. 1,422,410 ; 

July 11. 
Chapman, Frank M., assignor to E. W. Labombarde, 

Nashua, N. H. Machine for screening paper. No. 

1,437,720; Dec. 5. 
Chapman, Fred H., Pepperell, Mass. Spindle. No. 

1,406,975; Feb. 21. 
Chapman, Harry, Sheffield, England. Means for observ- 
ing combustion in internal-combustion engines. No. 

1,433,530; Oct. 31. 
Chapman, James, and W. F. R. Reynolds, Johannesburg, 

Transvaal Province, South Africa. Sluice for dams. 

No. 1,404,092 ; Jan. 17. 
Chapman, John A., et al., trustees. (See Kellogg, Chester 

A., assignor.) 
Chapman, John A., et al., trustees. (See Sommer, John, 

assignor.) 
Chapman. John A., et al., trustees. (See Sommer, 

William H., assignor.) 
Chapman, Leroy B. (See Crites, Virgil C, assignor.) 
Chapman, Matthew T., assignor to The American Well 

Works, Aurora, 111. Means for boring wells. No. 

1,420,365 ; June 20. 
Chapman, Solomon D., Canton, Ohio. Heating apparatus. 

No. 1,405,281 ; Jan. 31. 
Chapman, William B., assignor to Chapman Engineering 
• Company, Mount Vernon, Ohio. Gas producer. No. 

1,412,921 ; Apr. 18. 
Chapman, William H., Portland, Me. Magneto generator. 

No. 1,416,789; May 23.. 
Chapman, William H., assignor to Norton Companv, 

Worcester, Mass. Terrazzo safety tread. No. 1,419,019' ; 

June 6. 
Chapman, William M., Hartford City, Ind. Mail box. 

No. 1,438,518; Dec. 12. 
Chapman, Winthrop M., Needham, Mass. Signal-control- 
ling apparatus. No. 1,428,532 ; Sept. 12. 
Chapp, Frank. (See Zoldowski, John H., assignor.) 
Chappell, David J., Llanelly, Wales. Air tube for pneu- 
matic tires. No. 1,430,795 ; Oct. 3. 
Chappell, Marvin L., and M. M. Moore, El Segundo, 

assignors to Standard Oil Company of California, San 

Francisco, Calif. Clarifying and improving the color 

of petroleum oils. No. 1,404,374 ; Jan. 24. 
Chappell, Mar»vin L., and M. M. Moore, El Segundo, 

assignors to Standard Oil Company of California, San 

Francisco, Calif. Clarifying and improving the color 

of petroleum oils. No. 1,404,375 ; Jan. 24. 
Chapuy, Antoine, and L. F. Meunir, St. Etienne, France. 

Variable-speed-transmission device. No. 1,426,358 ; 

Aug. 22. 
Charbonneaux, Edward A., San Francisco, Calif. Gaseous 

fuel. No. 1,420,622 ; June 27. 
Charbonneau, Leonard, Ogdensburg, N. Y. Drainage sys- 
tem for vehicles. No. 1,415,794 ; May 9. 
Chardard, Jean B. D. L., Paris, France. Radiator con- 
struction. No. 1,416,944 ; May 23. 
Chardard, Jean B. D. L., Paris, France. Motor vehicle 

radiator. No. 1,416,945 ; May 23. 
Charles, B. R. (See Charles, Phyllis E., assignor.) 
Charles, George M., Washington, D. C. Fountain comb. 

No. 1,413,320; Apr. IS. 
Charles, John D. and J. P., Park Rapids, Minn. Wheel 

with demountable - rim fastener. No. 1,412,337; 

Apr. 11. 
Charles, John P. (See Charles, John D. and J. P.) 
Charles, Louis A., Paris, France. Process apd apparatus 

for fuel injection in internal-combustion engines. No. 

1,418,232 ; May 30. 
Charles, Manuel, Mexico, Mexico. Tire. No. 1,406,151 ; 

Feb. 7. 
Charles, Merlin Y., Wichita, Kans. Reenforced hollow 

concrete wall. No. 1,420,521 ; June 20. 
Charles, Phyllis E., Victoryville, assignor to B. R. Charles, 

Los Angeles, Calif. Electric heating fabric. No 

1.419.613; June 13. 
Charles Skidd Manufacturing Company. (See Hippen- 

meyer, I. R., and Skidd, assignors.) 
Charleston Electrical Supply Company. (See Lewis, 

Henry C, assignor.) 
Charlet, Barney. (See Degen. Charles F., assignor.') 



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Cuarlet, Hans, Krefeld, Germany. Inherently-regulated 
direct-current dynamo. No. 1,416,265 ; May 16. 

Charley, John J., Murrunibeena, Victoria, Australia. Re- 
silient vehicle wheel and tire. No. 1,402,717 ; Jan. 3. 

Charlton, Harry W. (See Meadows, T. C, Hauber, and 
Charlton.) „ _ 

Charlton, Robert W., assignor of one-third to A. F. Kluinpp 
and one-third to A. R. Chamberlain, Pineville, La. 
Kitchen utensil. No. 1,417,453; May 23. 

Charlton, Thomas, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for making 
food products. No. 1,466,170; Feb. 14. 

Charm, iiyman, Dorchester, Mass. Container for electric 
wires. No. 1,421,168 ; June 27. 

Charon, Thomas J., Park River, N. Dak. Tower attach- 
ment for automobiles. No. 1,424,281 ; Aug. 1. 

Charriot, Joseph, Paris, France. Wheelbarrow. No. 
1,427,262 ; Aug. 29. 

Charsky, Benjamin, New York, assignor to Mochar.Leather 
Good's Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Brief case. No. 
1,424,152 ; Aug. 1. 

Charter, .lames A., Chicago, 111. Metal disk wheel. No. 
1.423,508; July 25. 

Chase, Albert W., Catskill, N. Y. Internal-combustion 
engine. No. 1,411,710 ; Apr. 4. 

Chase, Albert W., and W. B. Van Arsdel, assignors to 
Brown Company, Berlin, N. H. Preparing catalytic 
material. No. 1,432,668 ; Oct. 17. 

Chase, Benjamin F. (See Chase, William M., assignor.) 

Chase, Carl C-, assignor to Motor Recording Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Abstract of title for motor vehicles. 
No. 1,410,020; June 0. 

Chase, Clarence E.. Harlan, Ky. Arch supporter. No. 
1,400.957; Feb. 14. 

Chase Companies, The. (See Crane, Arthur T., assignor.) 

Chase Companies, The. (See Recker, Adolph C, as- 
signor.) _ 

Chase Companies, The. (See Wellington, Arthur W., 
assignor.) 

Chase, Earl G., Smethport, Pa. Glass-handling apparatus. 
No. 1,414,547; May 2. 

Chase, Ernest N., Auburn, Me. Clamping device for at- 
taching heels to shoes. No. 1,405,098 ; Jan. 31. 

Chase, Ceorge Q., San Francisco. Calif. Mechanical 
musical instrument. No. 1,412,386 ; Apr. 11. 

Chase, Ceorge T., Utica, N. Y. Hairpin. No. 1,425,367 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Chase, Henry E. (See McKenna, J., and Chase.) 

Chase, Henry H., Jamestown, N. Y. Socket-wrench con- 
tainer. No. 1,438,900 ; Dec. 12. 

Chase. March F., Ardsley-on-Hudson, and F. E. Pierce, 
assignors to The Cos Process Company, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Manufacture of sulphuric anhydride and sul- 
phuric acid. No. 1.405,669 ; Feb. 7. 

Chase, Maurice E., Cambridge, Mass. Concrete insert. 
No. 1,409,524 ; Mar. 14. 

Chase, Philip H., Cynwyd, Pa., assignor to S. B. Condit, 
Brookline, Mass. Electric switch. No. 1,408,690 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Chase. Samuel H., Madison, Wis. Scarecrow. No. 
1,428.216 ; Sept. 5. 

Chase-Shawmut Company, The. (See Conant, Franklin 
N., assignor.) „ . . ■ 

Chase, Sidney M., Minneapolis, Minn. Device for hang- 
ing pictures. No. 1,433,178 ; Oct. 24. 

Chase, Wilfred O., Redford, Mich., assignor to Stewart- 
Warner Speedometer Corporation, Chicago, 111. Vac- 
uum fuel-feeding system. No. 1,439.691 ; Dec. 26. 

Chase, William M., Atlantic City, N. J., assignor to B. F. 
Chase, Roanoke, Va. Roofing fabric. No. 1,434,200; 
Oct. 31. 

Chase. Willis A., North Concord, Vt. Oil can. No. 
1,430.943; Oct. 3. 

Chasse, Raphael, deceased, Middletown, N. Y. ; R. J. 
Chasse, administrator. Rat trap. No. 1,429,189 ; 

Chasse! Russell J., administrator. (See Chasse, Raphael.) 
Chaszar. Emery J., Detroit, Mich. Furnace. No. 1,435,955 ; 

Nov. 21. 
Chateauneuf, Frank, Swampscott. Mass., assignor to 

United Shoe Machinery Corporation. Paterson, N. J. 

Stitch-removing machine. No. 1,412,041; Apr. 11. 
Chatfield, Augustus S„ New York, N. Y. Golf ball. No. 

1.426.712 ; Aug. 22. 
Chatfield, Charles B., Orange, N. J. Making substituted 

amines. No. 1,429,714 ; Sept. 19. 
Chattin, Robert C, Mountain Home, Idaho. Power-driven 

mowing machine. No. 1,439,727 ; Dec. 26. 
Chaudet, Felix R., St. Louis, Mo. Attachment for shoe 

heels. No. 1,431,933 ; Oct. 17. 
Chaufouraux, Armand H., St. Louis, Mo. Air-cooling 

apparatus. No. 1.434,368 ; Nov. 7. 
Chausse, Wilfrid G., Detroit, Mich. Safety device for gas 

generating and heating apparatus. No. 1,423,080 ; 

July 18. 
Cheatham Electric Switching Device Co. (See Robinson, 

Robert M., assignor.) 
Cheesman, Frederic E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Air-check device. 

No. 1,428,145; Sept. 5. 
Chelena, Vincent, Atlanta, Ga. Check guard. No. 

1,406,611 ; Feb. 14. 
Chelsea Radio Co. (See Goodwin. Aubrey R., assignor.) 
Chelsea Ship Repair Co. (See Fackert," Harry M., as- 
signor.) 



Chemical Construction Company. (See Hechenbleikner, 
I., and Oliver, assignors.) 

Chemical Engineering and Wilton's Patent Furnace Com- 
pany, Limited, The. (See Mann, Harold C, assignor.) 

Chemical Equipment Company. (See La Bour, Harry E., 
assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Blass, Ferdinand 
M. E., assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Bronnert, Emile, 
assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Classen, Alexander, 
assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Elsaesser, Emil, 
assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Glasser, Otto, as- 
signor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Goldschmidt, H., 
and Miiller, assignors.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Ising, G., and Bo- 
rofski, assignors.) 

Chemical 1'oundatiou, Inc., The. [(See Korselt, Jo- 
hannes, assignor. ) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc.; The. (See Kunert, If., and 
Acker, assignors.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Kuttner, Ernst W., 
assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Incorporated, The. (See Linz, 
Arthur, assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Lobeck, Oskar, 
assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Low-Beer, Oscar, 
assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Martens, Fried- 
rich, assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Minck, Paul H., 
assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Miiller, Philipp, 
assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Miinder, Wilhelm, 
assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Oehme, Hermann, 
assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc. (See Riedel, Friedrich, as- 
signor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Rohm, Otto, as- 
signor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Romer, A., and 
Blaugey, assignors.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Schroder, Edmund, 
assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Stuer, B. C, and 
Grob, assignors.) 

Chemical Foundation, Inc., The. (See Turk, Gustav, 
assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation Inc., The. (See Ullrich, Georg, as- 
signor. ) 

Chemical Foundation. Inc. (See Wolff, Albert, assignor.) 

Chemical Fuel Company of America, Inc. (See Stevens, 
Eldridge W., assignor.) 

Chemical Machinery Corporation. (See Field, Crosby, as- 
signor.) 

Chemical Research Syndicate Ltd., trustees. (See Itamage, 
Alexander S., assignor. ) 

Chemical Works, formerly Sandoz. (See Stoll, Arthur, 
assignor.) 

Chemidlin, John B., Plainfield, N. J. Electric contact. 
No. 1,415,795 ; May 9. 

Chemische Fabrik auf Actien (vormals E. Sobering). 
(See Weidel, Arno, assignor.) 

Chemische, Fabrik Griesheim - Eleklron. (See Cramer, 
Carl, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron. (See Laska. A. L., 
and Prillwitz, assignors.) 

Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron. (See Specketer, 
Hi inrich, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik Weissenstein Gesellschaft m. b. H. 
(See Baum, Gustav, assignor.) 

Chenard, Bert E., et al. (See Marion, Frank, assignor.) 

Chenard, Emile A. R., deceased, Cognac, Charente, France ; 
J. Chenard, nicknamed Armand, executor. Fractional- 
distilling apparatus. No. 1,407,380 ; Feb. 21. 

Chenard, Jean, nicknamed Armand, executor. (See Che- 
nard, Emile A. R.) 

Chenel, Albert, New Bedford, Mass. Window-rod fastener. 
No. 1,410,459; Mar. 21. 

Cheney, Anson W., Seattle, Wash. Safety cabinet for 
gas plates and ranges. No. 1.405.489 ; Feb. 7. 

Cheney Brothers. (See Ruddell, Richard, assignor.) 

Cheney, Charles C, Charlestown, Mass. Automatic con- 
trol for compressed - air - actuated machines. No. 
1,429,325 ; Sept. 19. 

Cheney, Forest, assignor to Cheney Talking Machine Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Sound box. No. 1,402,052 ; Jan. 3. 

Cheney, Forest, assignor to Cheney Talking Machine Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Sound-reproducing machine. No. 
1,407,781 ; Feb. 28. 

Cheney, Forest, assignor to Cheney Talking Machine Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Control means for sound-reproduc- 
ing machines. No. 1,415,525 ; May 9. 

Cheney, Forest, assignor to Cheney Talking Machine Com- 
pany, Chicago, III. Soundbox. No. 1,417,499 ; May 30. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Cheney, Forest, assignor to Cheney Talking Machine Com- 
pany, Chicago. 111. Motor for talking machines. No. 
1,421,404 ; July 4. 

Cheney, Forest, assignor to Cheney Talking Machine 
Company, Chicago, 111. Automatic stop for talking 
machines. No. 1,435,697 ; Nov. 14. 

Cheney, Harry F. (See Cheney, John W. and H. F.) 
Cheney, Herbert W., assignor to Allls-Chalmers Manufac- 
turing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Dashpot. No. 
1,420,460 ; Aug. 22. 

Cheney, John W., Pasadena, and H. F. Cheney, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Gathering and preserving fruit juices. 
No. 1,403,072 ; Jan. 10. 

Cheney, Moses E. (See Blodgett, Hurley, and Cheney.) 
(Reissue.) 

Cheney Talking Machine Company. (See Cheney, Forest, 
assignor.) 

Cheney Talking Machine Company. (See Scotford, Louis 
K., assignor.) 

Cheney, William G., Marlboro, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Device 
for laying and indenting rubber foxing. No. 1,413,707 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Cheney, William G.. Marlboro, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine 
for working uppers over lasts. No. 1,432.532 ; Oct. 17. 

Cheney, William G., Marlboro, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Making shoes. No. 1,432,533 ; Oct. 17. 

Chennour, John S. (See Schultz, John M., assignor.) 

Chenoweth, William P.., assignor to National Atmospheric 
Power & Light Company, a Trust Estate, Dallas, Tex. 
Wind motor. No. 1,408,988; Mar. 7. 

Chernikeeff, Basil, London, England. Ship's log. No. 
1.421.405; July 4. 

Chernock, Isidore. (See Prebluda, Barney, assignor.) 

Chernock. Isidore. Boston, Mass. Display device. No. 
1.434,479 ; Nov. 7. 

Chernovetz. Frank P., Bridgeport, Conn. Padlock. No. 
1,411,682 ; Apr. 4. 

Chcrrv. Isaac W., Pensacola, Fla. Window screen. No. 
1,422,539 ; July 11. 

Cherry, Lester A., Kenmore, N. Y. Regulator for vapor- 
heating systems. No. 1,423,492 ; July 18. 

Chertok, Joseph, New York, N. Y., assignor to Chertok 
Safety Appliance Company. Guard for sewing-machine 
needles. No. 1,419,718 ; June 13. 

Chertok Safety Appliance Company. (See Chertok, Joseph, 
assignor.) 

Cheshire Company. (See Cheshire. Milton F., assignor.) 

Cheshire, Milton F., Chicago, 111., assignor to T. A. 
Cheshire, Des Moines, Iowa. Addressing machine. 
No. 1,420,814 ; June 27. 

Cheshire, Milton F., assignor to Cheshire Company, Incor- 
porated, Chicago, 111. Attachment for addressing ma- 
chines. No. 1,436,013 ; Nov. 21. 

Cheshire, Thomas A. (See Cheshire, Milton F., assignor.) 

Chesnutt, John L., Long Beach, Calif. String-proof 
roller-bearing wheel. No. 1,432,966; Oct. 24. 

Chesnutt, Owen L., Atlanta, Ga. Adjustahle headlight. 
No. 1,410,370; Mar. 21. 

Chesnutt, Owen L., Atlanta, Ga. Tape or web printing 
machine. No. 1,422,666; July 11. 

Chesnut, Victor IC. (See Power, F. B., and Chesnut.) 

Chester, Ashmead B., Jacksonville, 111. Drill. No. 
1.433,498 ; Oct. 24. 

Chester, Frank R., Ashury Park, N. J. Amusement appa- 
ratus. No. 1,405,282 ; Jan. 31. 

Chester, Frank R., Asbury Park, N. J. Amusement appa- 
ratus. No. 1,410,371 ; Mar. 21. 

Chester Machine Co. (See Augustine, Addison E., as- 
signor.). 

Chestnut, Donald L., Seattle, Wash. Device for restoring 
trolley wheels to trolley wires. No. 1,414.548 ; May 2. 

Cheston, Arthur S., Birmingham, England. Vehicle top. 
No. 1,414,178; Apr. 25. 

Chetham, Edward, London, England. Grease shield for 
hats and like headwear. No. 1,434,201; Oct. 31. 

Chevalier, John F. (See Griswold. Albert A., assignor.) 

Chevrier, Louis, Paris, France. Surgical footwear. No. 
1,402.282; Jan. 3. 

Chew, Lenig, and W. F. Jennings. London, England. 
Compression pump. No. 1,428,473 ; Sept. 5. 

Chew, Manley. Midland. Ontario, Canada. Fiber board. 
No. 1,423,081 ; July 18. 

Clew, Manlev. Midland, Ontario, Canada. Apparatus for 
producing fiber board. No. 1,423,082 ; July 18. 

Chew. Manley, Midland. Ontario, Canada. Producing fiber 
board. No. 1,423,083: July 18. 

Chiarelli, Frank, et al. (See Rhoades, Thomas, assignor.) 

Chicago Automatic Conveyor Co. (See Shaw, Arthur L., 
assignor.) 

Chicago Cabinet Lock Co. (See Mantanfel. August, as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Car Seal Company. (See Rogers, Harry R., as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Carton Company. (See Chapin, Marvin E.) 

Chicago Carton Company. (See Walker, Paul, assignor.) 

Chicago Case Manufacturing Company. (See Thomas. 
Adelbert A., assignor.) 

Chicago-Cleveland Car Roofing Company. (See Bern- 
baum, John W., assignor.) 

Chicago-Cleveland Car Roofing Co. (See Hamilton. Karl 
M., assignor.) 



Chicago-Cleveland Car Roofing Company. (See McMullen, 
John, assignor.) 

Chicago-Cleveland Car Roofing Company. (See Russell, 
Thomas N., assignor.) 

Chicago-Cleveland Car Roofing Company. (See Tessey- 
man, J. E., and Russell, assignors.) 

Chicago Electric Sign Company. (See Knauber, Alexander 
M., assignor.) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Kocourek, Henry, 
assignor. ) 

Chicago Hardware Foundry Company. (See Hathorne, 
Sherman A., assignor.) 

Chicago Malleable Castings Company. (See Osborn, War- 
ren M., assignor.) 

Chicago Manufacturing & Distributing Company. (See 
McKee, Ralph J., assignor.) 

Chicago Novelty Mfg. Co. (See Carlson, John W., as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co. (See Hoffman, Leon F., as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Coates, Charles 
B., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Dockham, Clar- 
ence H., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Kimman, Henry 
G., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Kimman, Henry 
J., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Stevens, Edward 
W., assignor.) 

Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Busse ; E. G., 
and Hawkins, assignors. ) 

Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Busse, E. G., 
and Van Sweringen, assignors.) 

Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Busse, 
Edwin G.. assignor.) 

Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Van Swerin- 
gen, George N., assignor.) 

Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Williams, 
C. H., and Busse, assignors.) 

Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Williams, 
Charles H., assignor.) 

Chicago Railway Signal and Supply Company. (See 
Warner. Arthur L., assignor.) 

Chicago Shoe Machinery Company. (See Miller, Charles 
F., assignor.) 

Chicago Steel Wheel Co. (See Dalrymple, William P., as- 
signor. ) 

Chicago Steel and Wire Company. (See Green, J. Bircb- 
ard, assignor.) 

Chicago Trust Company, trustee. (See Kus, Thomas G., 
assignor.) 

Chicago Trust Company, trustee. (See Roberts, Arthur, 
assignor.) 

Chichester, F. I. (See Nordmark, Henry P., assignor.) 

Chicken, George, Lodl, N. J. Toothbrush. No. 1,409,830 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Chiddix, Albert W., Lamesa, Tex. Saw. No. 1,419,819 ; 
June 13. 

Chigoy, Thomas E., et al. (See Liehtenberger, Joseph 
A., assignor.) 

Chikashige, Masumi, and D. Uno, Kyoto, Japan. Recover- 
ing selenium and noble metals from electrolytic slimes 
and the like. No. 1,415,526; May 9. 

Chilcote, August A., W. A. Hatch, and W. E. Hays, as- 
signors to Chilcote Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Picture mount. 
No. 1,404,579; Jan. 24. 

Chilcote Co. (See Chilcote, A. A., Hatch, and Hays, as- 
signors.) 

Child, Stanton M.. New York, N. Y. Rotatable machine 
hoard. No. 1,401,960 ; Jan. 3. 

Childress, Emmitt C, 'Edna, Tex. Stubble cutter. No. 
1.436,792 : Nov. 28. 

Childress, William. (See Barrett, A. M., Childress, and 
Trott.) 

Childress, William. Oak Park, assignor to A. M." Barrett, 
Winnetka, 111. Lifting truck. No. 1.402.480 : Jan. 3. 

Childs, Albert R., Fremont, Ohio. Inseam measure. No. 
1,425,175 ; Aug. 8. 

Childs, Arthur D., North Bradley, and R. A. Turrel. 
Coleman, Mich. Shipping case. No. 1.411.406 ; Apr. 4. 

Childs, George W., administrator. (See Hamler. Peter J.) 

Childs, Irene M., assignor of one-half to E. M. Shute, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Toy. No. 1,424,450; Aug. 1. 

Childs, James, Wallsend-upon-Tyne, and W. Evans. Walk- 
erville-upon-Tyne. assignors of one-half to Swan Hunter 
& Wigham Richardson Limited, Wallsend-upon-Tyne, 
England. Bulkhead and the like. No. 1,420,305; 
June 20. 

Childs, William L.. assignor to Hughes Tool Company. 
Houston. Tex. Drill bit. No. 1.406.931 ; Feb. 14. 

Chile Exploration Company. (See Fink, Colin G., as- 
signor.) 

Chile Explorallon Company. (See Mlddlemiss, Bruce A., 
assignor.) 

Chiles, George S.. assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Truck frame and lever support. No. 
1,411,954 ; Apr. 4. 

Cbilimidos, Periclis, South Bethlehem. Pa. Camera timing 
attachment. No. 1.436.627: Nov. 21. 

Chilingirian. Harry, Bridgeport. Conn. Rafetv gns stove 
with kitchen cabinet. No. 1.420.547 : Aug. 22. 

O'illicothe Bean Snipper Company, The. (See Probst, 
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Cbillingworth Manufacturing Company. (See Kogler, Ed- 
uard, assignor.) 

Chilson, .lames W., Dayton, Iowa. Pump piston. No. 
1.430,723; Oct. 3. 

Chindbloom, Carl J., assignor to American Milling Co., 
Peoria, 111. Apparatus for separating seeds. No. 
1,426,957; Aug. 22. 

Chini. Battesta, Flushing, Ohio. Switch stand. No. 
1,437,226 ; Nov. 28. 

Chinnecb, Herbert J. L., assignor to Quinn Wire & Iron 
Works. Boone. Iowa. Calf weaner. No. 1,432,155 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Chiquette, Rene. (See Paradis, Joseph P., assignor.) 

Chisholm. Alice W., executrix. (See Chisholm, Charles L.) 

Chisholm, Charles L., deceased, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, 
Canada ; A. W. Chisholm, executrix, assignor to The 
Chisholm Development Co., Inc., Boston, Mass. Sound- 
reproducing machine. No. 1,411,235 ; Mar. 28. 

Chisholm. Clifton, assignor to The American Multigraph 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Impression mechanism for 
addressing machines. No. 1.423,189 ; July 18. 

Chisholm, Clifton, assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
American Multigraph Company, Cleveland, Ohio. En- 
velope-feeding mechanism. (Reissue.) No. 15,419; 
July 25. 

Chisholm, Clifton, assignor to The American Multigraph 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Plate-restaeking mechanism 
for addressing machines. No. 1,424,153 ; Aug. 1. 

Chisholm, Clifton, assignor to American Multigraph Com- 
panv, Cleveland, Ohio. Address-plate holder. No. 
1,438,578; Dec. 12. 

Chisholm, Clifton, assignor to The American Multigraph 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Mechanism for positioning 
the conveyer of an addressing machine. No. 1,438,579 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Chisholm, Clifton, assignor to The American Multigraph 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Assembled printing form. 
No. 1,438,580 ; Dec. 12. 

Chisholm Development Co., The. (See Chisholm, Charles 
L., assignor.) 

Chism, William J., Cleveland, Ohio. Nut lock. No. 
1.421,127 ; June 27. 

Chisman, Charles, Driggs, Idaho. Automatic gravity ig- 
nition cut-out for tractors. No. 1,414,932 ; May 2. 

Chisolm, Alexander, St. Cloud, Minn. Automatic storm- 
sash lifter. No. 1,440,277 ; Dec. 26. 

Chladek, Joseph C.. assignor of one-fourth to R. A. Beat 
and one-fourth to J. Beat. Mount Horeb, Wis. Dual ro- 
tary snowplow. No. 1,421,071 ; July 4. 

Chladek, Joseph F., Niobrara, Nebr. Haystacker. No. 
1,422,667; July 11. 

Chleso, Jorgen E.. San Francisco, Calif. Brush. No. 
1,422,739 ; July 11. 

Chmielewski, Alex, Terryvllle, Conn. Automobile lock. 
No. 1,414,255 ; Apr. 25. 

Chmura, John, Marmarth, N. Dak. Automatic corkscrew. 
No. 1,421,169: June 27. 

Choate, Alonzo B., and L. J. Picha, St. Paul, Minn. 
Amusement device. No. 1,410,372 ; Mar. 21. 

Choate, Alonzo B., and L. J. Picha, St. Paul, Minn. 
Amusement device. No. 1,410,373 ; Mar. 21. 

Choate, Charles A., Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Machine 
for harvesting flax. No. 1,431,372 ; Oct. 10. 

Choate, Percy F., Worcester, assignor to United States 
Envelope Company, Springfield, Mass. Machine for 
attaching flap-securing means to envelopes. No. 
1,438,980; Dec. 19. 

Choate, Rov E.. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Cable-take-up grip. 
No. 1,425,077; Aug. 8. 

Choate, William E., San Francisco, Calif. Fastener. 
No. 1,434,245; Oct. 31. 

Choate, William E., Hamilton, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Federal Finance Corporation. Machine 
for marking articles. No. 1,406,537 ; Feb. 14. 

Choate, William E., Hamilton, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Federal Finance Corporation. Agency 
for embellishing surfaces. No. 1.406,538 : Feb. 14. 

Chochol, Joseph, Chicago, 111., assignor of one-half to 
Anton Hohol, Niagara, Wis. Velocipede. No. 1,411,407 
Apr. 4. 

Chochol. Joseph, Chicago, assignor of one-half to A 
Hohol. Niagara, 111. Automobile locking device. No 
1.440,278; Dec. 26. 

Cholet, Louis A. C, Montreuil-sous-Bois, France. Preserv 
ing in the fresh condition organic matters and particu 
larly meat and fish. No. 1,418.233 ; May 30. 

Chopas, James G. (See Leon, C. S., and Chopas.) 

Choppinet, Joseph, G. Gillon, and V. Defays, Brussels, 
Belgium. Apparatus for indicating the deviations of 
a boreholesfrom the vertical. No. 1.404,580; Jan. 24. 

Choppinet. Joseph, Brussels, G. Gillon. Louvain, and V. 
Defays. Brussels. Belgium. Joint. No. 1.436.573 ; Nov. 21. 

Chorny, Steve. (See Rickey. Steve, assignor.) 

Chouinard, Oscar, New York, N. Y. Production of read- 
ing matter on motion-picture films. No. 1,403,669; 
Jan. 17. 

Chrisman, William W.. Seattle, Wash. Nursery chair. 
No. 1,440,132; Dec. 26. 

Christen, John A.. Roosevelt, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation, 
Buffalo, N. Y. Airplane fitting. No. 1,437,465 ; Dec. 5. 

Christensen, Andrew. (See Cunningham, C. A., Christen- 
sen, and Bartlett.) 



Christensen, Andrew, Dana College, near Blair, Nebr. 

Support clamp for shingling straightedges. No 

1,435,698 ; Nov. 14. 
Christensen, Anton, Hooper. Nebr. Clutch holddown for 

Fordson tractor. No. 1,407,732 ; Feb. 28. 
Christensen, Carl V. J., et al., executors. (See Wardwell, 

Simon W.) 
Christensen, Christ, Kenosha. Wis. Drawer attachment 

for beds. No. 1,408,269; Feb. 28. 
Christensen, Christen, assignor to Electrical Engineers 

Equipment Co., Chicago, 111. Bus-bar support. No. 

1,409,927 ; Mar. 21. 
Christensen, Christen M., East Orange, N. J. Ship's 

log. No. 1,403,894 ; Jan. 17. 
Christensen, Frank M., Chicago, 111. Auto lock. No. 

1,438,169; Dec. 12. 
Christensen, Hans, and W. Starrett, Denver, Colo. Har- 
row and harrow attachment for tractors. No. 1,407,635 ; 

Feb. 21. 
Christensen, John L., Chicago, 111. Fiber-board box. 

No. 1,422,540; July 11. 
Christensen, Louis L., Springfield, Mass. Card holder. 

No. 1,429,406; Sept. 19. 
Christensen Machine Company. (See Christensen, Martin, 

assignor.) 
Christensen, Martin, assignor to Christensen Machine Co., 

Racine, Wis. Signature-conveyer support. No. 

1,418,865 ; June 6. 
Christensen, Martin, assignor to Christensen Machine 

Company, Racine, Wis. Delivery mechanism for sig- 
nature-stitching machines. No. 1,423,647 ; July 25. 
Christensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Treating 

lead-zinc sulphide ores. No. 1,415,796; May 9. 
Christensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Treating 

zinc ores and zinc products. No. 1,415.797 ; May 9. 
Christensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Treating 

sulphide ores of zinc. No. 1,434,084 ; Oct. 31. 
Christensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Treating 

ores with chloride solutions. No. 1,434,085 ; Oct. 31. 
Christensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Treating 

sulphide ores of zinc. No. 1,434,086 ; Oct. 31. 
Christensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Treating 

ores containing galena. No. 1,434,087 ; Oct. 31. 
Christensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Treating 

lead-zinc sulphide ores. No. 1,434,088 ; Oct. JS1. 
Christensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City. Utah. Apparatus 

for the countercurrent washing of finely-divided solids. 

No. 1,434.089 : Oct. 31. 
Christensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Apparatus 

for settling finely-divided solids and liquids out of 

suspension in gases. No. 1,434,090 ; Oct. 31. 
Christensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Treating 

sulphide ores of zinc. No. 1,435,699 ; Nov. 14. 
Christensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Treating 

lead-zinc sulphide ores. No. 1,435,891 ; .Nov. 14. 
Christensen, Nils, Boston, Mass. Shaping metal tubing. 

No. 1,432,279 ; Oct. 17. 
Christensen, Peter, St. Louis Park, Minn. Register box 

and grille. No. 1,438,981 ; Dec. 19. 
Christensen, Peter. St. Louis Park, Minn. Register-grille- 
anchoring device. No. 1.438,982 ; Dec. 19. 
Christensen, Sander I., Willows, Calif. Rice-preservation 

process. No. 1,423,830 ; July 25. 
Christensen, Sverre, Portland, Oreg. Fishhook. No. 

1.430,626: Oct. 3. 
Christensen. Thorvald F., Chicago, 111. Automobile frog. 

No. 1,405,567 ; Feb. 7. 
Christenson, Ernst, Stockton, Kans. Railway-gate-op- 
erating mechanism. No. 1,411,408; Apr. 4. 
Christenson, Ernst, assignor of one-fourth to W. 1. Smith, 

Stockton, Kans. Car door. No. 1,430,056 ; Sept. 26. 
Christenson, Frank, Dunton, Long Island, N. Y., as- 
signor to Johns-Manville Incorporated. Roofing. No. 

1,433,983 ; Oct. 31. 
Christenson, Martin O., Minneapolis. Minn. Noiseless 

gear wheel. No. 1,427,721 ; Aug. 59. 
Christian. Bert W., Delavan, Wis. Tool. No. 1,424,001 ; 

July 25. 
Christian. Henry C, Oakland, Calif. Connecting rod. 

No. 1.430.944; Oct. 3. 
Christian, Herbert A., "Vallejo, Calif. Sanitary toilet seat. 

No. 1,405,283 ; Jan. 31. 
Christian, Joseph W.. Haverhill, Mass. Gas-shut-off 

device. No. 1,402,837 ; Jan. 10. 
Christian, Raleigh J., Los Angeles, Calif. Apron. No. 

1,411,562 ; Apr. 4. 
Christian. Ralph F.. Chicago, 111. Casket handle. No. 

1.420,815 ; June 27. 
Christian. Walton G., Houston, Tex. Core-taking device. 

No. 1.420.242; June 20. 
Christian, William, Bridgeport. Conn. Drum and making 

the same. No. 1,429,843 ; Sept. 19. 
Christiansen, Christian, assignor to The New Way Har- 
vester Company, Inc., Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Shocker. 

No. 1.413.966: Apr. 25. 
Christiansen, Hans, Brookline, assignor of one-half to 

B. K. Johnson, Waverley, Mass. Motor-starting switch. 

No. 1,402,342 ; Jan. 3. 
Christiansen, Heinrich, Pinneberg. Germany. Machine 

plant for tamping railway ties or sleepers. No. 

1,408,442; Mar. 7. 
Christiansen, Julius C, New York, N. Y. Marine vessel. 

No. 1,408,270; Feb. 28. 



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Christianson, Andrew, Butler, assignor to Standard Steel 

Car Company, Pittsburgh, Ta. Six-wheel truck. No. 

1,409,079 ; Mar. 7. 
Christianson, Arnold, Detroit, Mich. Sand mold and 

apparatus for making it. No. 1,428,359 ; Sept. 5. 
Christianson, Bay J. (See Webster, L. F., and Chris- 
tianson.) 
Christie, Evi W., Sewaren, N. J. Internal-combustion mo- 
tor. No. 1,428,322; Sept. 5. 
Christie, Frank D. (See De Nisson, A. C, and Christie.) 
Christie, George W. (See Blinn, C. E., and Christie.) 
Christie, Hans L., assignor of one-fourth to C. II. Clark. 

one-fourth to II. Beach, and one-fourth to F. Shaefer. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Construction of extensible towers. 

No. 1,420,276 ; Aug. 15. 
Christie, Lewis D., Nichols, Conn., assignor to A. Oppen- 

heim, New York, N. Y. Hose-supporter button and 

making same. No. 1,423,599 ; July 25. 
Christiansen, Jens P. (See Petty, William E.. assignor.) 
Christine, John M., Ford City, Pa. Means for cutting 

kerfs in mining. No. 1,404,835 ; Jan. 31. 
Christine, John M., Ford City, Pa. Apparatus for polish- 
ing plane surfaces. No. 1,417,593 ; May 30. 
Christlieb, Benjamin H., Fullerton, Calif. Lugsage and 

baggage carrying apparatus. No. 1,406,539 ; Feb. 14. 
Christian, George L., Swissvale, Pa., assignor to West- 

jnghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Knife- 
blade switch. No. 1,427,359 ; Aug. 29. 
Christman, George L., Swissvale, and J. B. MacNeill, Wil- 

kinsburg, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric & 

Manufacturing Company. Circuit interrupter. No. 

1,427,358 ; Aug. 29. 
Christman, John H., Cleveland, Ohio. Valve. No. 

1.405,968. Feb. 7. 
Christman, Peter J„ jr., Green Bay, Wis. Interfolding 

machine. No. 1,440,133: Dec. 26. 
Christmann, Leopold O., Beachburg, Ontario, Canada. 

Governor. No. 1,407,126 ; Feb. 21. 
Christmas Aeroplane Company, Inc. (See Christmas, 

William W., assignor.) 
Christmas, Allen J., Bayville, La. Lamp. No. 1,421,406 ; 

July 4. 
Christmas, William W„ New York, N. Y. Material for 

use in aircraft construction. No. 1.412,510 ; Apr. 11. 
Christmas, William W., New York, N. Y., assignor to 

Christmas Aeroplane Company, Inc., Washington, D. C. 

Flving machine. No. 1,413.258; Apr. 18. 
Christoffersen, Thorvald. (See Nielsen, J. W., Hansen, 

and Christoffersen. ) 
Christofferson, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Hairpin. No. 

1,405.815 ; Feb. 7. 
Christofferson, Christian A., St. Paul, Minn. Signal lamp. 

No. 1,422,668 ; July 11. 
Christofferson. Christian A., St. Paul, Blinn. Illuminated 

signal. No. 1,422,669; July 11. 
Christoph, Emil A., assignor to King Lock Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Padlock. No. 1,419,358: June 13. 
Christoph, Emil A., assignor to King Lock Company, 

Chicago, 111. Padlock mechanism. No. 1,419,359 : 

June 13. 
Christophel, Carl E., assignor to Dexter Folder Company, 

Pearl River. N. Y. Sheet-feeding machine. No. 

1,410.996 ; Mar. 28. 
Christophel, Carl E., and F. J. Eiserman, assignors to 

Dexter Folder Company, Pearl River, N. Y. Sheet- 
registering mechanism. No. 1,404,376 ; Jan. 24. 
Christopher, Arthur B., St. Louis, Mo., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Metallic Industries, Inc. Swiveling 
- teeter. No. 1,427,722; Aug. 29. 

Christopher, Ora E. (See Flatter, C. E., and Christopher.) 
Christopherson, Alfred C, Menasha, Wis., assignor to 

Hacker Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 111. Printing press. 

No. 1,411,267; Apr. 4. 
Christopherson, Alfred C, Menasha, Wis., assignor to 

Hacker Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 111. Printing press. 

No. 1,411,268 ; Apr. 4. 
Christopherson. Martin H. (See Hemsing, M. A., and 

Christopherson.) 
Christy. Henry A., Kenilworth, 111. Car roof. No. 

1,412,450 ; Apr. 11. 
Christy, Robert L., Lamar, Colo. Tire-display fixture. 

No. 1,439,147 ; Dec. 19. 
Chriswell, Frederick W., assignor to Pacific Car & Foundry 

Co., Seattle, Wash. Railway car. No. 1,406,345; 

Feb. 14. 
Chritton, George A., trustee. (See White, J. S., and 

Sekavec, assignors.) 
Chromy, George, deceased, Stewart, Minn., J. Chromy, ad- 
ministrator. Automatic train-stopping means. No. 

1,423,396 ; July 18. 
Chromy, Joseph, administrator. (See Chromy, George.) 
Chryst, William A. (See Kettering, C. F., and Chryst.) 
Chryst. William A., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to The Dayton 

Engineering Laboratories Company. Electric switch. 

No. 1,406.171; Feb. 14. 
Chryst. William A., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to The Dayton 

Engineering Laboratories Company. Engine-starting 

system. No. 1,406.172 ; Feb. 14. 
Chryst. William A., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to The Dayton 
Engineering Laboratories Company. Engine-starting 
system. No. 1,427,067; Aug. 22. 



Chubb, Lewis W., Edgewood Park, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Method 
of and apparatus for percussive welding. No. 1,403,292 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Chubb, Lewis W., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Control ap- 
paratus. No. 1,409,670 ; Mar. 14. 

Chubb, Lewis W., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Circuit in- 
terrupter. No. 1,421.170 ; June 27. 

Chubb, Lewis W., Edgewood Park, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Single- 
phase dynamo-electric machine of the induction type. 
No. 1,427,360 ; Aug. 29. 

Chubb, Lewis W., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Electrical 
precipitating system. No. 1,433,699 ; Oct. 31. 

Chubb, Lewis W., Edgewood Park, Pa., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. 
High-voltage-producing means. No. 1,435,210 ; Nov. 14. 

Cbumbley, Fred, Mokane, Mo. Holding means. No. 
1,432,052 ; Oct. 17. 

Chun Fat, Joseph K., aboard the United States Steamship 
Beaver. Water-tight ventilator for ships. No. 
1,414,560 ; May 2. 

Chunn, Richard M., Clarendon, Tex. Map hanger. No. 
1,405,284 ; Jan. 31. 

Church, Albert E., New Britain, Conn. Bench vise. No. 
1,436,860 ; Nov. 28. 

Church, Frank S., assignor of one-half to The Thos. J. 
Corcoran Lamp Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Air spring. No. 
1,403,466; Jan. 10. 

Church, Frank S., assignor of one-half to The Thos. J. 
Corcoran Lamp Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Air spring. 
No. 1,414,623 ; May 2. 

Church, Frederick A., Venice, Calif. Roller-coaster rail- 
way. No. 1,410,374; Mar. 21. 

Church, Frederick A., Venice, Calif. Jointed coaster train. 
No. 1,431,567; Oct. 10. 

Church, Frederick F. (See Oatman, D. C, and Curvin, 
assignors,) 

Church, Harold D., assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Hydrocarbon motor. No. 
1,403,540; Jan. 17. 

Church, Harold D., assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Hydrocarbon motor. No. 
1,415,086; May 9. 

Church, Harold D., assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. No. 1,418,360 ; 
June 6. 

Church, Harold D., assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Hydrocarbon motor. No. 
1,422,338 ; July 11. 

Church, Harold D., assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Shaft coupling. No. 1,422,339. 
July 11. 

Church, Harold D., assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. No. 1,434,428 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Church,' Harold D.. and E. G. Gunn, assignors to Packard 
Motor Car Company, Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 
No. 1,430,945; Oct. 3. 

Church, Isaac, and LeRoy Montgomery, assignors to The 
Isaac Church Expansion Bolt Company, East Norwalk, 
Conn. Expansion bolt. No. 1,407.782 ; Feb. 28. 

Church, John, Company, The. (See Lee, F. A., and 
Rose, assignors.) 

Church, Julian E., Providence, R. I. Watch fob. No. 
1,426,042 ; Aug. 15. 

Church, Maynard D„ assignor to The Terry Steam Tur- 
bine Company, Hartford, Conn. Steam turbine. No. 
1.440,209 ; Dec. 26. 

Church, William II., Edgewood Station, assignor of one- 
fourth to A. J. Richardson, Warwick, R. I. Micrometer 
calipers. No. 1,405,285; Jan. 31. 

Church, William L., Newton Center, Mass., assignor to 
Uni-Form Company. Adjustable shore. No. 1,426,359; 
Aug. 22. 

Churchill, Harry V. (See Edwards, J. D., Frary, and 
Churchill.) 

Churchill, Henry R.. Buffalo, N. Y. Vehicle visor. No. 
1,413,259 ; Apr. 18. 

Churchill, James H., et al. (See Kilgore, Frederick O., 
assignor.) 

Churchill, William, assignor to Corning Glass Works, 
Corning, N. Y. Catadioptric projector. No. 1,438,360 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Churchward, Alexander, New York, assignor to Wilson 
Welder & Metals Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Electrical 
connection. No. 1,403,231; Jan. 10. 

Churchward, Alexander, New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Wilson Welder & Metals Company, Inc. ■ Pressure va- 
riable resistance. No. 1,413.390 ; Apr. 18. 

Churchward, Alexander, New York, N. Y., assignor to Wil- 
son Welder & Metals Company, Inc. Electric-arc weld- 
ing. No. 1,416,449; May 16. 

Churchward, Alexander, New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Wilson Welder & Metals Company, Inc. Electric weld- 
ing method and apparatus. No. 1,416,450 ; May 16. 

Churchward, Alexander. New York, N. Y.. assignor to 
Wilson Welder & Metals Company, Inc. Electrical weld- 
ing apparatus. No. 1,435,914 ; Nov. 21. 



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Churchward, Alexander, New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Wilson Welder & Metals Company, Inc. Electrical- 
energy-translating apparatus. No. 1,436,152; Nov. 21. 

Churchward, Jack, New York, N. Y.. assignor to Wilson 
Welder & Metals Company, Inc. Metallic arc welding. 
No. 1,403,230; Jan. 10. 

Churchward, Jack, New York, N. Y., assignor to Wilson 
Welder & Metals Company, Inc. Electrical arc welding. 
No. 1,423,914; July 25. 

Churchward, James, assignor of one-half to R. S. Blair, 
Stamford, and one-half to L. Churchward, Lakeville, 
Conn. Step construction for automobiles. No. 1,407,517 ; 
Feb. 21. 

Churchward, Louise, et al. (See Churchward, James, as- 
signor.) 

Cibulas. Stephen E., Bridgeport, Conn. Skylight con- 
struction. No. 1,429,018 ; Sept. 12. 

Ciccioli, Raffaeli. (See Rizzon, S., and Ciccioli.) 

Cicerchi. Angelo G., Hillsville, Pa. Earring. No. 
1.419.021 ; June 6. 

Cichon, Max. assignor to V. M. Cichon, Chicago, 111. 
Emergency brake, antiskidding, and antitheft device. 
No. 1,421,910; July 4. 

Cichon. Virginia M. (See Cichon. Max, assignor.) 

Cichv, Edward, and R. Pesek, Chicago, 111. Calipers. 
No. 1,435.630 ; Nov. 14. 

Cierpial, Ignacy, South Bend, Ind. Self-locking wrench. 
No. 1.404.581 ; Jan. 24. 

Ciesielska, Helena P., San Miguel, Calif. Can cover. 
No. 1,410,375 ; Mar. 21. 

Ciesla, John. (See Becker, B. H., and Ciesla.) 

Cigol, Frank A., and I,. D. Villa, Paterson, N. J. Paint- 
ing rubber balls and the like. No. 1,420.306; June 20. 

Cilley, Vrl I. (See Freeman, W. F., and Cilley.) 

Cinch Expansion Bolt & Engineering Company. (See 
Kohler, Gottfrid, assignor.) 

Cinch Fastener Corporation. (See Vodicka, John, as- 
signor.) 

Cincinnati Ball Crank Company, The. (See Breeze, Alfred 
B., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Bickford Tool Company, The. (See Klaus- 
meyer, David C, assignor.) 

Cincinnati Bickford Tool Company, The. (See Norris, 
Henry M.. assignor.) 

Cincinnati Bickford Tool Company, The. (See Schauer, 
L. L., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Car Company, The. (See Elliott, Thomas, 
assignor.) 

Cincinnati Frog & Switch Company, The. (See Henke, 
William F., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Horse Shoe & Iron Company, The. (See Bar- 
ron, Andrew J., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Milling Machine Company, The. (See Einstein, 
Sol, assignor.) 

Cincinnati Milling Machine Company, The. (See Hazel- 
ton, Robert T., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Stamping Company, The. (See Case, Henry 
M., assignor.) 

Cinderella Heel Corporation. (See Tabor, Robert E., as- 
signor.) 

Cinquini, Egisto, New Haven, Conn. Spring-leaf spreader 
and lubricator. No. 1,403,589; Jan. 17. 

Cinquini, Egisto, New Haven, Conn. Shock absorber. No. 
1,438,696; Dec. 12. 

Ciotola, Joseph, and D. Polidoro, Philadelphia, Pa. Secret- 
combination lock. No. 1.416,790 ; May 23. 

Circle Stamping and Mfg. Co. (See Jones, A. H., and 
Anton, assignors. I 

Cirelli. Francesco, Philadelphia, Ta. Talking machine. 
No. 1.412.166: Apr. 11. 

Cirelli, Francesco, Philadelphia, Pa. Talking machine. 
No. 1.412.841 ; Apr. 18. 

Cisek, Joseph, Fabyan, Conn. Horseshoe. No. 1.426,958 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Ciss, Stephen. Plainville, Conn. Shade holder. No. 
1.412.608; Apr. 11. 

Cissell, Joseph M.. Louisville, Ky. Bumper for automo- 
biles. No. 1.407.783; Feb. 28. 

Citizens Savings and Trust Company. The. (See Lincoln. 
John C, assignor.) 

City Brass Foundry Company, The. (See Prince, Harry, 
assignor.) 

City Machine & Tool Works. (See Nickol. Frederick C, 
assignor.) 

City Trust Co. Branch of the Marine Trust Co. of Buffalo, 
trustee. (See Graham, Andrew W., assignor.) 

Cizek. Fred L., Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Combined screen and 
storm door. No. 1,415,920; May 16. 

Claar, Rnbv T,. (See Luse. Ruhv.) 

Clade, Robert, Newark, N. J. Fan. No. 1,419,719 : 
June 13. 

Claffey, Thomas, New Britain, Conn. Hack-saw frame. 
No. 1.427,008: Aug. 22. 

Clagett. David, jr.. Philadelphia, Pa. Mattress or cushion. 
No. 1,430,946; Oct. 3. . 

Clairemont, Victor, San Francisco, Calif. Preparing eggs 
for storage. No. 1.419,956 ; June 20. 

Clamert Manufacturing Company, The. (See Tirrill, 
Allen A., assignor.) 

Clamp Nail Company. (See Jensen, Carl C, assignor.) 

Clampitt, Thomas M., Jonesville, Ark. Automatic drv 
collector for textile driers. No. 1,433,121 ; Oct. 24. 



Clancy, John ('., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to The 
Nitrogen Corporation, Providence, R. I. Purifying and 
drying gases. No. 1,403,391 ; Jan. 10. 

Clancy, John C, Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to The 
Nitrogen Corporation, Providence, R. I. Producing 
gasoline and the like. No. 1,423,709 ; July 25. 

Clancy, John C, assignor to The Nitrogen Corporation, 
Providence, R. I. Desulphurizing oil. No. 1,423,710; 
July 25. 

Clancy, John C, assignor to The Nitrogen Corporation, 
Providence, R. I. Obtaining sulphur compounds from 
mineral oils and the like. No. 1,423,711 ; July 25. 

Clancy, John C, assignor to The Nitrogen Corporation, 
Providence, R. I. Desulphurizing oil. No. 1,423,712 ; 
July 25. 

Clancy, John C, assignor to The Nitrogen Corporation, 
Providence, R. I. Catalyst and preparing the same. 
No. 1,425,576 ; Aug. 15. 

Clancy, John C, assignor to The Nitrogen Corporation, 
Providence, R. I. Preparing purified gas mixtures. 
No. 1,425,577 ; Aug. 15. 

Clancy, John C, assignor to The Nitrogen Corporation, 
Providence, R. I. Preparing hydrogen. No. 1,425,578 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Clancy, John C, assignor to The Nitrogen Corporation, 
Providence. R. I. Generating hydrogen and hydrogen- 
nitrogen mixtures. No. 1,425,579 ; Aug. 15. 

Clancy, John C, Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to The 
Nitrogen Corporation, Providence, R. I. Synthesis of 
ammonia from its elements. No. 1.439,291 ; Dec. 19. 

Clancy. John C, assignor to The Nitrogen Corporation, 
Providence, R. I. Catalyst for the synthesis of am- 
monia from its elements. No. 1,439,292 ; Dec. 19. 

Clancy. John C, assignor to The Nitrogen Corporation, 
Providence, R. I. Making cellulose compounds. No. 
1,439,293 ; Dec. 19. 

Clanton, Grover C, Bayonne, N. J. Wall-radiator bracket. 
No. 1,422,177: July 11. 

Clapp, Albert L., M-arblehehad, Mass. Glass-treating 
fabric and emulsion. No. 1,411,409 ; Apr. 4. 

Clapp, Albert L , Danvers, Mass. Smoke-filtering medium. 
No. 1.416.266 ; May 16. 

Clapp, Albert L. and C. B., Danvers, Mass. Paper felt. 
No. 1,427,263 ; Aug. 29. 

Clapp, Chester B. (See Clapp, Albert L. and C. B.) 

Clapp, E. H, Rubber Company. (See Pratt, William B., 
assignor.) 

Clapp, Harry B., Battersea Park Road, London, assignor 
to Ferolite Limited, London, England. Refractory ma- 
terial for high-temperature apparatus. No. 1,437,584 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Clapp. Lewis J.. Claremont. N. H.. assignor to Sullivan 
Machinery Company. Compressor-valve mechanism. 
No. 1.435.105; Nov. 7. 

Clapp, Lewis J., Clareniont, N. H., assignor to Sullivan 
Machinery Company. Compressor. No. 1,435,135 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Clapper, James D.. Bedford, Pa. Automatic railway- 
crossing gate. No. 1,430,947; Oct. 3. 

Clare, Hermann, Berne, Switzerland. Envelope. No. 
1.418.620 ; June 6. 

Clarinda Lawn Mower Company. (See Watkins, Roy A., 
assignor.) 

Clark, A. G.. et al. (See Hahn. Frank R., assignor.) 

Clark. Albert A., assignor to The Will-Burt Company, 
Orrville. Ohio. • Truck. No. 1.428,004 ; Sept. 5. 

Clark. Albert H., Molesey, England. Clutch. No. 
1.424.987: Aug. 8. 

Clark. Alfred A., Baltimore, Md. Washing machine. No. 
1.424,154 ; Aug. 1. 

Clark, Alfred C. C. (See Clark, John B. and A. C. C.) 
, Clark, Alva B., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Means for and 
method of regulating the transmission over electric cir- 
cuits. No. 1,438,217 ; Dec. 12. 

Clark, Alva B., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Means for and 
method of regulating the transmission over electric cir- 
cuit*. No. 1.43S.21S; Dec 12. 

Clark, Alva B., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Means for and 
method of regulating the transmission over electric cir- 
cuits. No. 1.438.219 : Dec. 12. 

Clark, Alva B., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Means for and 
method of regulating the transmission over electric cir- 
cuits. No. 1,438,220 ; Dec. 12. 

Clark. Alva B., Brooklyn. N. Y.. and G. Crisson, Hncken- 
sack. N. J., assignors to American Telephone and Tele- 
graph Company. Method of and means for determining 
unbalance. No. 1,407.983 ; Feb. 28. 

Clark. Arthur B., Dyerville, Calif. Stove. No. 1,400,152; 
Feb. 7. 

Clark, Arthur W., assignor to Johnson & Johnson. New 
Brunswick, N. J. Fumigator. No. 1,413.321 ; Apr. 18. 

Clark, Augustus L., Montpelier, Vt. Gas plant. No. 
1,403,590 ; Jan. 17. 

Clark, Bernard F. (See Lavaud, D. S., Clark, and Baines.) 

Clark, Brainard. Rozelle, New South Wales, Australia. 
Combined tobacco box and holder for cigarette papers. 
No. 1.413.391; Apr. 18. 

Clark, Burt J. (See Heidbrink. J. A., and Clark.) 

Clark. Burton E., Pittsburgh, Pa. Automatic gas sepa- 
rator for oil wells. No. 1,437,721; Dec. 5. 



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Alphabetical list of pateniees — Continued. 



Clark, Cadle, Harmon Corporation. (See Couch, Forrest 

J., assignor.) 
Clark Car Company. (See Clark, C. EL, and Beach, assign- 
ors.) 
Clark Car Company. (See Clark, Charles H.. assignor.) 
Clark, Charles H., et al. (See Christie, Hans L., as- 
signor.) 
Clark, Charles H., Easton, Me. Hoe. No. 1,428,680; 

Sept. 12. 
Clark. Charles H., Dormont, Pa., assignor to Clark Car 

Company. Side-dump car. No. 1,403,843 ; Jan. 17. 
Clark. Charles H.. Library, Pa., assignor to Clark Car 

Company. Dumping car. No. 1.437,745 ; Dec. 5. 
Clark, Charles II., Library, and H. L. Beach, Mount Leba- 
non, Pa., assignors to Clark Car Company. Shaft-con- 
trol device. No. 1,417,794 ; May 30. 
Clark. Charles N., Somerville, Mass. Dumping wagon. 

No. 1,434,042 ; Oct. 31. 
Clark, Charles N., Somerville, Mass. Wagon. No. 

1,434.043: Oct. 31. 
Clark, Charles W., assignor to Roadless Traction Limited, 

Balsall Common, near Coventry, England. Endless- 
track vehicle: No. 1,437,092 ; Nov. 2S. 
Clark, Claiborn, Los Angeles, Calif. Ear device for deaf. 

No. 1,408,500 ; Mar. 7. 
Clark, David H.. Orangeburg, N. Y. Electric immersion 

heater. No. 1,413,322 ; Apr. 18. 
Clark, David H., Orangeburg, N. Y. Dispensing apparatus. 

No. 1,425,837 ; Aug. 15. 
Clark, Don A., assignor to The Clyde E. Lowe Company, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Mandrel for tire tubes. No. 1,412,842 ; 

Apr. 18. 
Clark, Duncan K., Forest City, Iowa. Mouthpiece for 

clarinets and saxophones. No. 1,411,563 ; Apr. 4. 
Clark, Earle A.. Tulsa, Okla. Gas burner for well-drilling 

forges. No. 1,406.346; Feb. 14. 
Clark, Edgar H. (See Lundell, A. E., and Clark.) 
Clark, Edgar H., Richmond Hill, assignor to Western 

Electric Company. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Telephone-exchange system. No. 1,426,817 ; Aug. 22. 
Clark, Edgar H., assignor to Western Electric Company, 

Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone-exchange 

system. No. 1,438,743 ; Dec. 12. 
Clark, Edgar IL, assignor to Western Electric Company 

Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone-exchange 

system. No. 1,438,744; Dec. 12. 
Clark, Edgar M., assignor to Standard Oil Company, 

New York, N. Y. Pressure distillation. No. 1,405,280 ; 

Jan. 31. 
Clark, Edgar M., assignor to Standard Oil Company, New 

York, N. Y. Pressure distillation. No. 1,410,797 ; 

Mar. 28. 
Clark. Edgar M., assignor to Standard Oil Company, New 

York, N. Y. Distilling crude petroleum and product 

thereof. No. 1,413,260 ; Apr. 18. 
Clark, Edgar M., New York, N. Y., assignor to Standard 

Oil Company, Bavonne, N. J. Refining of petroleum 

oil. No. 1.413,899; Apr. 25. 
Clark, Edward B., Knoxville, assignor of one-half to G. C. 

Chambers, Sewickley, Pa. Producing cast tablets. No. 

1,413,261 ; Apr. 18. 
Clark. Edward F., assignor to W. G. Clark & Co., Inc., 

North Attleboro. Mass. Separable cuff button. No. 

1.434,680; Nov. 7. 
Clark. Edward J.. Stourbridge, England. Stockless 

anchor. No. 1.412,102 ; Apr. 11. 
Clark. Edward W.. deceased, by Security Trust & Savings 

Bank, executor, Los Angeles ; said Clark assignor of one- 
fourth to S. S. Turner, one-fourth to S. M. Clark, and 

one-fourth to V. E. Turner, Los Angeles, Calif. Article 

of manufacture. (Reissue. 1 No. 15,393; June 27. 
Clark, Edwin, Chicago, 111. Corn husker. No. 1,410,091 ; 

Mar. 21. 
Clark. Edwin W., Chicago, 111. Photography. No. 

1,429,715 ; Sept. 19. 
Clark, Elizabeth B., executrix. (See Clark, Melville, as- 
signor.) 
Clark, Elliott B., Weldon, N. C. Motion-picture reel. No. 

1,431,512 ; Oct. 10. 
Clark, Elmore R., New Brunswick, N. J. Attachment for 

automobiles and the like. No. 1,407,187; Feb. 21. 
Clark Equipment Company. (See Burrows, Robert J., 

assignor.) 
Clark Equipment Company. (See Mogford, Edmund C, 

assignor.) 
Clark, Ernest G., assignor to Clark Orchestra Roll Com- 
pany, Dp Kalb, 111. Core recnforcement of music rolls. 

No. 1.407,784: Feb. 28. 
Clark. Eugene C, Oswego, N. Y. Stone picker. No. 

1,425,078 ; Aug. 8. 
Clark, F. B. (See Greenstreet, Oliver P., assignor.) 
Clark, Francisco. Durango, Mexico. Safety bottle. No. 

1.430,035 ; Sept. 26. 
Clark, Fred Y. and L. E., Long Beach, Calif. Device for 

plaiting skirts. No. 1,410,653 ; Mar. 28. 
Clark, George A. (See Cox, Alonzo C, assignor.) 
Clark, Harold H.. assignor of one-fourth to W. H. Swan. 

one-fourth to C. B. Van Deventer, and one-fourth to E. 

E. Taylor, San Bernardino, Calif. Nut lock. No. 

1.412.387 ; Apr. 11. 
Clark. Harry A., Detroit, Mich. Fcncil holder. No. 

1.428.076: Sept. 5. 
Clark, Harry A., Detroit, Mich. Pencil. No. 1,428,077; 

Sept. 5. 



Clark, Harry A., Detroit, Mich. Railway tie and fastener. 

No. 1 428,078 ; Sept. 5. 
Clark, Harry H. (See Schaumburger, L., and Clark.) 
Clark, Harry S., Harvey, 111. Waste receptacle. No. 

1.434.480 ; Nov. 7. 

Clark, Henry F., Oakmont, assignor to Window Glass Ma- 
chine Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Carrier for glass arti- 
cles. No. 1.405,757 ; Feb. 7. 

Clark, Henry F., Belle Vernon, assignor to Window Glass 
Machine Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture of 
sheet glass. No. 1,424,155 ; Aug. 1. 

Clark, Henry G., et al. (See Brown, William H. A., as- 
signor.) 

Clark, Herbert T., administrator. (Sec Macfarlane, James 
L.) (Reissue.) 

Clark, Irwin W., Evanston, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to H. K. Wheelock. Retreader. No. 1,435,279 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Clark, James, assignor to S. R. Dresser Manufacturing 
Company, Bradford. Pa. Divided ring for pipe clamps 
and the like. No. 1,423,754 ; July 25. 

Clark, James A., Thorndale, Tex. Rake. No. 1,419,022 ; 
June 6. 

Clark, James E., W. A. Schaffer, and T. E. Clark, de- 
troit, Mich., assignors to The Schaffer Loom Company, 
Incorporated, Buffalo, N. Y. Loom. No. 1,409,892 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Clark, James IL, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle wheel. No. 
1,421,128; June 27. 

Clark, James H., and T. C. Whitehead, Detroit, Mich. 
Auxiliary rim for tractor wheels. No. 1,433,531 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Clark, James H., Portage City, Wis., assignor of one-half 
to J. M. Russell, Portland, Oreg. Cushioned wheel rim. 
No. 1,436,793; Nov. 28. 

Clark, James R., and IL A. Flogaus, Toledo, Ohio. Steer- 
ing gear. No. 1,415,798 ; May 9. 

Clark, John B. and A. C. C, Karaka, Papakura, New 
Zealand. Calf feeder. No. 1,402,739 ; Jan. 10. 

Clark^ John E. (See Burkhart, Ralph R., assignor.) 

Clark, John G., Holyoke, Mass. Computing device. No. 
1,423,493 ; July 18. 

Clark, John G., Los Angeles, Calif. Footlift to raise the 
assembling elevator of type-casting machines. No. 
1.429,844; Sept. 19. 

Clark, John O., Chicago Heights, assignor to American 
Manganese Steel Company, Chicago, 111. Railway 
crossing. No. 1,433,603 ; Oct. 31. 

Clark, John T., Provo, Utah. Demountable rim. 
1,429,901 ; Sept. 19. 

Clark. John W., Providence, R. I. 

1.434.481 ; Nov. 7. 
Clark, John W., Providence, R. I. 

1,434.482; Nov. 7. 

Clark, Joseph T. (See Randall. C. F., 

Clark, Joseph V.. Steubenville, Ohio, 
chine. No. 1,432,967; Oct. 24. 

Clark, Le Rov G., Detroit, Mich, 
ture. No. 1,426,360; Aug. 22. 

Clark, Lester S., Woodensburg, Md. Repair link. No. 
1.409.928 ; Mar. 21. 

Clark, Lincoln, Pasadena. Calif. Apparatus for treating 
petroleum. No. 1,418,621 ; June 6. 

Clark, Lula E. (See Clark. Fred Y. and L. E.) 

Clark, Luther L., Deer Trail, Colo. Combustion engine. 
No. 1.402,573; Jan. 3. 

Clark, MacMullen and Riley. (See Jones, Arthur B., as- 
signor.) 

Clark, Matthew A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Phonographic appa- 
ratus. No. 1,440,134 ; Dec. 26. 

Clark, Melville, deceased, by E. B. Clark, executrix, Chi- 
cago, 111., assignor to The Apollo Piano Company, De 
Kalb, 111. Combined piano and phonograph. No. 
1,406,441 ; Feb. 14. 

Clark, Melville, deceased ; E. B. Clark, executrix, assignor, 
by mesne assignments, of one-half to W. A. Taylor, Chi- 
cago, and one-half to C. S. Burton, Oak Park, 111. 
Vehicle wheel tire. No. 1,427.092 ; Aug. 29. 

Clark. Melville A., Syracuse, N. Y. Harp. No. 1,406,347; 
Feb. 14. 

Clark, Norris E., Plainville, Conn., assignor to R. S. 
Allyn, trustee, New York, N. Y. Expanded-metal 
fabric. No. 1,437.746; Dec. 5. 

Clark, Oliver W. (See Atkinson. Thomas M., assignor.) 

Clark, Omar E., assignor to The Denver Rock Drill Manu- 
facturing Company. Denver, Colo. Dirt shield for rock 
drills. No. 1,408.691 ; Mar. 7. 

Clark. Omar E., assignor to The Denver Rock Drill Manu- 
facturing Company, Denver, Colo. Fluid-operated motor. 
No. 1,424,156: Aug. 1. 

Clark Orchestra Roll Company. (See Clark. Ernest C, as- 
signor.) 

Clark, Ren S., assignor to Hunter Clark Ventilating Sys- 
tem Company, Chicago, 111. Ventilator. No. 1,436,649 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Clark, Roy. (See Bell. James C. assignor.) 

Clark, Samuel B. (See Popp. F. W., and Clark.) 

Clark, Samuel IL, Kerman, Calif. Combined needle and 
tweezers. No. 1.433,340; Oct. 24. 

Clark, Susie M., et al. (See Clark, Edward W., assignor.) 
(Reissue.) 

Clark. Triad, Amnions. Ga. Ten. No. 1.42S.079 : Sept. 5. 

Clark, Thomas E. (See Clark. J. E.. Schaffer, and Clark.) 

Clark, W G., & Co. (See Clark, Edward F., assignor.) 



No. 



Rail joint. No. 

Rail joint. No. 

Clark, and Smith.) 
Tire-changing ma- 

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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Clark, W. Sam. (Sec Mallard, H., and While, assignors.) 
Clark. Walter G., New York, N. Y. Automatic electric 

heating device for class furnaces. No. 1,420,181 ; 

June 20. 
Clark, Walter J., and W. M. Romine, Wichita, Kans. 

Dental flask clamp and press. No. 1.412,843 ; Apr. 18. 
Clark, Warren F., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Automatic Electric Heater Company, 

Warren, Pa. Mold adapted for use in vulcanizing rub- 
ber articles. No. 1,422,084; July 11. 
Clark, Warren H., West Burlington, N. Y. Ball. No. 

1,421,407; July 4. 
Clark, William J. (See Heron, J. C, Bragdon, and 

Clark.) 
Clark, Zaehariah T., Portland, Oreg. Garden tool. No. 

1,438,095 ; Dec. 5. 
Clarke, Alex A., Dallas, Tex. Surface-treating machine. 

No. 1,404,342; Jan. 24. 
Clarke, Alex A., Dallas, Tex. Surface-treating tool. No. 

1,407,381 ; Feb. 21. 
Clarke, Athol W. (See Scanes, A. E. L.. and Clarke.) 
Clarke, Charles M., et al. (See McKean, William C, 

assignor.) 

Clarke-Emerson Manufacturing Co. (See Clarke, Harold 
E., assignor.) 

Clarke, Fannie J., et al., legatees. (See Krogh, Ferdi- 
nand W.) 

Clarke, Fred C. Winfield, Kans. Stack cover. No. 
1,439,226; Dec. 19. 

Clarke, Frederick F., and E. R. Inman, Franklin, Pa. 
Turntable for automobiles. No. 1,421,066; June 27. 

Clarke, Frederick F., Franklin, Pa., assignor to The Col- 
burn Machine Tool Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Means 
for delivering cutting compound to the tools of vertical 
boring arid turning mills. No. 1,425,943; Aug. 15. 

Clarke, Hal H., Oklahoma, Okla. Tire signal. No. 
1,409,360 ; Mar. 14. 

Clarke, Hans T., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose-ether composition. No. 
1,405,490; Feb. 7. 

Clarke, Hans T., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose - ether composition. No. 
1,405,491 ; Feb. 7. 

Clarke, Hans T., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Manufacturing certain acetyl-methyl 
amines. No. 1.434,429 : Nov. 7. 

Clarke, Hans T.. and W. W. Hartman, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Manufacturing 
acetyl mono methyl aryl amines. No. 1,411,683 ; Apr. 4. 

Clarke, Harold E., Worcester, Mass., assignor to Clarke- 
Emerson Manufacturing Co. Foot and last measuring 
device. No. 1,410.092; Mar. 21. 

Clarke, Harry D. (See Zuhars, B. C, and Clarke.) 

Clarke, Harrv F. J., Maquoketa, Iowa. Swimming glove. 
No. 1.413,967; Apr. 25. 

Clarke. Henrv D., Dallas, Tex. Gin-rib structure. No. 
1.407.984 ; Feb. 28. 

Clarke. J. Q\, Tank Co. (See Clarke. John Q., assignor.) 

Clarke, James R., et aL (See Woegerer, Carl V., as- 
signor.) 

Clarke, John Q., assignor to J. Q. Clarke Tank Co., Craw- 
fordsville, Ind. Portable drinking fount. No. 1,431,724 : 
Oct. 10. 

Clarke, Justin A., assignor of one-third to T. E. Benish, 
Vincennes, Ind. Record lifter. No. 1,406,976 ; Feb. 2] . 

Clarke-Moore Corporation. (See Moore, Arlington, as- 
signor.) 

Clarke. Richard A., Chattanooga, Tenn. Lifting Jack. 
No. 1,433.069 : Oct. 24. 

Clarke, Walter II., Toronto, Ontario. Canada. Resilient 
heel. No. ]„425,509 : Aug. 15. 

Clarke, William E., Buffalo, N. Y. Deep-sea sounder. No. 
1,421,672; July 4. 

Clarke, William H., et al. (See Woegerer, »Carl V., as- 
signor.) 

Clarkson. Bradley E. (See Schellentrager, E. W., and 
Clarkson.) 

Clarkson, Fuller, and J. M. Braham, Washington, D. C. 
Making urea phosphate. No. 1.440,050; Dec. 26. 

Clarkson, James W., and C. A. Dimler, Washington, D. C. 
Apparatus for protecting banks and the like. No. 
1,419.491; June 13. 

Clary, Burton N., Beverly, and B. F. Mayo, Salem, Mass., 
assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pat- 
erson, N. J. Cutting- machine. No. 1.405,492; Feb. 7. 

Clary, John V., Newberry. S. C. Power-transmitting appa- 
ratus. No. 1,409,080 ; Mar. 7. 

Clasp-Tight Spring Company. (See Dick, Levi R. H., 
assignor.) 

Classen, Alexander. Aachen. Germany, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Chemical Foundation, Inc. Obtain- 
ing sugars from substances containing cellulose. No. 
1,428,217; Sept. 5. 

Classen, Ernst, Lichterfelde-Ost, near Berlin, Germany. 
Fluid meter. No. 1,431.511 ; Oct. 10. 

Classified Automatic Directory Company. The. (See 
Puter, S. A. D., and Eltscher, assignors.) 

Claud-Mantle, Arthur, assignor to The Bassick Companv, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Cabinet latch. No. 1.437,793 ; 
Dec. 5. 

86024—7 



Garment supporter 

Garment supporter 

Valve-leak indicator 

Insect exterminator 



Claude. Georges, Boulogne-sur-Seine, assignor to L'Air 
Liquide, Societe Anonyme Pour L'Etude et L'Exploita- 
tion des Precedes, Georges Claude, Paris, France. Sep- 
arating the constituents of gaseous mixtures. No. 
1,426,461 ; Aug. 22. 

Claude, Georges, Boulogne-sur-Seine, assignor to L'Air 
Liquide, Societe Anonyme Pour L'Etude et L'Exploita- 
tion des Procedes, Georges Claude, Paris, France. Pro- 
duction of hydrogen. No. 1,426,462 ; Aug. 22. 

Claude, Georges, assignor to L'Air Liquide Societe 
Anonyme pour l'Etude et l'Exploitation des Procedes 
Georges Claude, Paris, France. Manufacture of com- 
pressed hydrogen. No. 1,438,581 ; Dec. 12. 

Claunch, William A. (See Wood, Albert G., assignor.) 

Claus, Albert H., Portland, Oreg. Hatpin. No. 1,408,722 ; 
Mar. 7. I 

Claus, Emil L., Milwaukee, Wis. Gas cock and jet plug 
therefor. No. 1,422,033 ; July 4. 

Claus. Emil L. and W. E., Milwaukee, Wis. Oven-heat- 
control device. No. 1,433,179 ; Oct. 24. 

Claus. Walter E. (See Claus, Emil L. and W. E.) 

Clausen, Henry. San Francisco, Calif. Vehicle window 
device. No. 1,424,282 ; Aug. 1. 

Clausen, Henry P., Mount Vernon, assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Au- 
tomatic telephone system. No. 1,403,844 ; Jan. 17. 

Clausen, Henry P., Mount Vernon, and C. L. Goodrum, 
assignors to Western Electric Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Telephone-exchange system. No. 
1,403,845 ; Jan. 17. 

Clausen, Henry P., Mount Vernon, and C. L. Goodrum, 
assignors to Western Electric Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Telephone system. No. 1,407,985 
Feb. 28. 

Clausen, Henry P., Mount Vernon, and C. L. Goodrum, as 
signors to Western Electric Company Incorporated 
New York, N. Y. Telephone-exchange system. No 
1.426,818 : Aug. 22. 

Clausen, Holcer V., New York, N. Y. 
No. 1,416,609; May 16. 

Clausen, Holger V., New York, N. Y. 
No. 1,421,171 ; June 27. 

Clausen, Martin J.. Seattle, Wash. 
No. 1,420,909 ; June 27. 

Clausen, Peter B., New Lisbon, Wis. 
No. 1,427.723 ; Aug. 29. 

Clausen, William C, Wauwatosa. assignor to Milwaukee 
Stamping Co., West Allis, Wis. Bag frame. No 
1,430,057 ; Sept. 26. 

Clausing, George, Delaware, Ohio. Foot tape for measur- 
ing shoes. No. 1.431.873 ; Oct. 10. 

Clausing, George, assignor to W. J. Burke and H. Clausing 
Portsmouth, Ohio. Last - finishing machine. No 
1,431,568 ; Oct. 10. 

Clausing, Henry, et al. (See Clausing, George, assignor.) 

Clausing, Louis F., Burlingame, Calif. Heater. No 
1,418.361 ; June 6. 

Clauss, Edward P., Lyons, N. Y. 
matic control air-brake valve. 

Clauss. Eugene A., Providence 
Cranston, R. I. Bookbinding. 

Clauss. Max O., New York, N. Y. 
1,409,671 : Mar. 14. 

Claussen, Edward E., Hartford, Conn. Machine for 
making pulp receptacles. No. 1,434,091 ; Oct. 31. 

Clavey, Gilbert A., Battersca Park, England. Machine 
for planing or machining propeller blades. No. 
1,423.307 ; July 18. 

Clawson, Leonard E., San Francisco. Calif. Air-cooling 
device for internal-combustion engines. No. 1,411,410 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Clawson, Monroe S., Upper Montclair, N. J. Refractory 
cover for electric furnaces. No. 1.410,654 ; Mar. 28. 

Clawson, Monroe S., Upper Montclair, N. J. Electric 
furnace. No. 1,429,489; Sept. 19. 

Clawson, Selden I., Salt Lake City, Utah. Clothesracn. 
No. 1,438,697 ; Dec. 12. 

Clay, Harry C, Columbus, Ind., assignor to Emerson- 
Brantingham Company, Rockford, 111. Valve-gear mech- 
anism. No. 1,425.631 ; Aug. 15. 

Clay, Harry C, assignor to Reeves Pulley Company. Co- 
lumbus, Ind. Speed-varying transmission. No. 
1,434,992 ; Nov. 7. 

Clav. James R., Blundellsands, England. Ship's steering 
gear. No. 1.408,929 ; Mar. 7. 

Clay, James R., Blundellsands, England. Sling for 
handling cargo and other goods. No. 1.427.724 ; Aug. 29. 

Clay, Samuel B., assignor to Heine Safety Boiler Companv, 
St. Louis, Mo. Reaming machine. No. 1,408.341 ; Feb. 28. 

Clay, Samuel B., St. Louis, assignor of one-half to E. R. 
Fish. Webster Groves, Mo. Nut-tapping machine. No. 
I,410,jp7 ; Mar 28. 

Clay, Wallace L.. U. S. Army. Armor-piercing and tracer 
bullet. No. 1,432.669 ; Oct. 17. 

Clay, Wallace L., U. S. Army, and A. H. Hallowell, Frank- 
ford, Pa. Incendiary projectile. No. 1.434,681 ; Nov. 7. 

Clay. William H., Eustis, Fla. Bow-facing oar. No. 
1,406,932; Feb. 14. 

Clavborne. Eli, Hot Springs, Ark. Snowplow. No. 
1,422,417; July 11. 



Cut-off relief and auto 
No. 1,403,293 ; Jan. 10 

and D. H. Adamson 

No. 1.426.043 : Aug. 15 

Winding device. No 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Clayden, Fred, Uxbridge, and J. de Frece, London, as- 
signors to J. C. Paterson, Birkenhead, England. Pro- 
tector for boots and shoes. No. 1,437,634 ; Dec. 5. 

Claypoole, Guy C, Hamden, assignor to Winchester Re- 
peating Arms Co., New Haven, Conn. Pipe wrench. 
No. 1,409,672 ; Mar. 14. 

Clayton, Clare M. (See Burgess, James H., assignor.) 

Clayton, Earl R., et al. (See New Comer, Daniel A., 
assignor.) 

Clayton. James, Coventry, England, assignor to The Vis- 
cose Company, Marcus Hook, Pa. Apparatus employed 
in the manufacture of artificial silk. No. 1,406,153 ; 
Feb. 7. 

Clayton, James, Sehakwe, Babbacombe, England, assignor 
to The Viscose Company, Marcus Hook, Pa. Traverse 
mechanism. No. 1,417,454 ; May 23. 

Clayton, James, Sebakwe, Babbacombe, England, assignor 
to The Viscose Company, Marcus Hook, Pa. Spinning 
box for artificial silk. No. 1,417,455 ; May 23. 

Clayton, James, Sebakwe, Babbacombe, England, assignor 
to The Viscose Company, Marcus Hook, Pa. Spinning 
box for artificial silk. No. 1,417,456 ; May 23. 

Clayton, James, Sebakwe, Babbicombe, England, assignor 
to The Viscose Company, Marcus Hook, Pa. Apparatus 
for spinning artificial silk. No. 1,425,368 ; Aug. 8. 

Clayton, James, Babbacombe, England, assignor to The 
Viscose Company, Marcus Hook, Pa. Apparatus for 
and method of manufacturing artificial silk. No. 
1,429,127 ; Sept. 12. 

Clayton, James, Sebakwe, Babbacombe, England, as- 
signor to "The Viscose Company, Marcus Hook, Pa. 
Skeining machine. No. 1,435,805 ; Nov. 14. 

Clayton, Lewis J., Bowmanville, assignor to Goodyear 
Tire & Rubber Co. of Canada Limited, New Toronto, 
Ontario, Canada. Trimming machine. No. 1,412,338 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Clayton, Peter K., jr., et al. (See Gilbert, Frank V., 
assignor.) 

Clayton, William E.. Altoona, Kans. Priming rod. No. 
1,408,443 : Mar. 7. 

Clayton, William F., Huntsville, Ala. Picker-stick check 
for looms. No. 1,421,172 ; June 27. 

Clayton & Lambert Manufacturing Company. (See 
Groehn, Otto J., assignor.) 

Cleal. Joseph P., Toronto, Ontario, and C. H. Gibbons, 
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Camera. No. 
1,426.713; Aug. 22. 

Clear, Charles J., Vancouver, Wash. Grader. No. 
1,427,204 ; Aug. 29. 

Clear, Charles J., Vancouver, Wash. Filling machine. 
No. 1,427,265 ; Aug. 29. 

Clear Vision Pump Company, The. (See Crouse, Emory, 
assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Cleary, Edwin, London, England. Liquid vaporizer. No. 
1,418,234; May 30. 

Cleary, James F., Kansas City, Kans. Box-blank-scoring 
machine. No. 1,414,549; May 2. 

Clebo, Steve. (See Panik, J., and Clebo.) 

Cleeve, Henrv F., assignor of one-third to W. J. Billings, 
Jamaica. N. Y. Vehicle wheel. No. 1.415,991 ; May 16. 

Clefton, Claud J. and G. J., Owatonna, Minn. Gas gener- 
ator. No. 1,417,974 ; May 30. 

Clefton, Claud J., assignor to The Clefton Company, 
Owatonna, Minn. Stove burner. No. 1,428,146 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Clefton Company, The. (See Clefton, Claud J., assignor.) 

Clefton, Guy J. (See Clefton, Claude ,T. and G. J.) 

Clegg, Frank. (See Desselle. Peter J., assignor.) 

Clegg, James W., Oldham, England. Combing machine. 
No. 3.402,569; Jan. 3. 

Clegg, James W., Oldham, England. Combing machine. 
No. L418.90S; June 6. 

Clegg, James W., Oldham, England. Combing machine. 
No. 1,424,621 ; Aug. 1. 

Cleghorn, Belle D. (See Carlyle, Clyde A., assignor.) 

Cleghorn, Charles A., Bedfordshire, assignor to The 
Gavner Pneumatic Company, Limited, London, Eng- 
land. Receptacle, flexible conduit gas mask, and the 
like. No. 1,422.670 ; July 11. 

Clein, Elias. (See Beck, Charles F., assignor.) 

Cleland, Chester C. Cleveland, Ohio. Power-transmitting 
unit. No. 1,430,627 ; Oct. 3. 

Clement, Alvah W., East Cleveland, assignor to The Cleve- 
land Brass Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Titanium alloy. No. 1,431,725 : Oct. 10. 

Clement, Ben.i. H., et al., executors. (See Foster, C. B., 
and Clement.) 

Clement, Charles G.. assignor to Highway Trailer Com- 
pany. Edcerton, Wis. Pintle hook for trailer couplings. 
No. 1,408,501 ; Mar. 7. 

Clement, Edward E., Washington, D. C, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to J. R. Garfield, trustee, Cleveland. 
Ohio. Telephone-exchange system. No. 1»416,088 ; 
May 10. 

Clement, Frank H. (See Foster, C. B., and Clement.) 

Clement, Hans, New York, N. Y., assignor to General Opti- 
cal Company, Inc. Accessory for ophthalmometers. No. 
1,421,173; June 27. 

Clement, Lewis M., Newark, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Re- 
ceiving station. No. 1,415,992; May 16. 

Clement, Louisa S., et al., executors. (See Foster, C. B. 
and Clement.) 



Clement, Mary G., et al., executors. (See Foster, C. B., 
and Clement.) 

Clement, W. N., et al. (See Dills, Philip L., assignor.) 

Clements, C. R., trustee. (See Stark, John R., assignor.) 

Clements, Cecil, J. W. Swart, and C. E. Nutbrown, Roch- 
ester, N. Y. Illuminated license-plate holder and re- 
flector. No. 1,414,772 ; May 2. 

Clements, Everett G., Washington, D. C. Repeating at- 
tachment for talking machines. No. 1,414,980 : May 2. 

Clements, George, Chicago, 111. Gas furnace and blow- 
torch. No. 1,431,633 ; Oct. 10. 

Clements, George, assignor to Clements Mfg. Co., Chicago, 
111. JtSlower. No. 1,423,190 ; July 18. 

Clements, George, assignor to Clements Mfg. Co., Chi- 
cago, 111. Adjustable rear support for vacuum cleaners. 
No. 1,431.634 ; Oct. 10. 

Clements Mfg. Co. (See Clements, George, assignor.) 

Clements, Richard L., Irvington, N. J. Solderless can- 
sealing apparatus. No. 1,440,057 ; Dec. 26. 

Clemetsen Company. (See Vaaler, Jens, assignor.) 

Clemm, Hans, and C. Hangleiter, assignors to Zellstoff- 
fabrik Waldhof, Mannheim-Waldhof. Germany. Re- 
cuperation of the sulphurous acid and heat from waste 
gases coming from boilers for cellulose. No. 1,429,128 : 
Sept. 12. 

Clemmer, Joel G. (See Eschinger, Edward A., assignor.) 

demons, Henry L., Copper Hill, Va. Automatically- 
locking brake lever. No. 1,435,804 ; Nov. 14. 

Clemson, Richard D., Middletown, N. Y.. assignor to 
Ideal Wrapping Machine Company. Power hack saw. 
No. 1,437.494 ; Dec. 5. 

Clench, William A., Seattle, Wash. Demountable-rim- 
lockiny device. No. 1,440,210 ; Dec. 26. 

Clerc, Camille, assignor of one-half to A. Nihoul, Paris, 
France. Extracting tin from tin-plate chips. No. 
1,413,555 ; Apr. 18. 

Clergy, Louis J., assignor to Liberty Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Belt, Mont. Automobile bed. No. 1,419.820 : 
June 13. 

Clerke, Augustus B. H. (See Hadfield, R. A., Jack, and 
Clerke.) 

Clermont, John B., New York, N. Y. Apparatus and pack- 
age for forming solutions by percolation. No. 
1,412,388; Apr. 11. 

Cleveland Brass Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Clement, Alvah W., assignor.) 

Cleveland Brass Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Smith, William H., assignor.) 

Cleveland Chain and Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Jones, Henry L., assignor.) 

Cleveland, Clement, New York, N. Y. Pencil sharpener. 
No. 1,417.034 ; May 23. 

Cleveland, Edgar W., Holland. Mich. Journal adjustment 
for arms of multiple-spindle drills. No. 1,413,004 : 
Apr. 18. 

Cleveland Folding Machine Company. (See Hitchcock. 
Reuben, assignor.) 

Cleveland Folding Machine Company, The. (See Olson, 
Andrew, assignor.) ■ 

Cleveland Folding Machine Company, The. (See Traut- 
man, Walter G., assignor.) 

Cleveland Graphite Bronze Company, The. (See Brehmer, 
William G. H, assignor.) 

Cleveland Implement Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Hist, John, assignor.) 

Cleveland Industrial Development Company, The. (See 
Kraber. George L., assignor.) 

Cleveland Metal Products Company, The. (See Chadwick, 
Lee S., assignor.) 

Cleveland Osborn Manufacturing Company. (See Frost. 
Clinton E., assignor.) 

Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company, The. (See Greve. 
Louis W., assignor.) 

Cleveland. Ralph E., Oakland, Calif. Brush. No. 
1.437,794 ; Dec. 5. 

Cleveland Tractor Company, The. (See Savage, Edwin H., 
assignor.) 

Cleveland Trust Company, The. (See Mooers, Louis P., 
assignor.) 

Cleveland, William E., Medford, Mass. Steam boiler and 
making the same. No. 1,420,182 ; June 20. 

Cleveland Worm and Gear Company, The. (See Fitz- 
patrick. David, assignor.) 

Clevenger, David M., Reeds, Mo. Harrow. No. 1,428,360 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Clevenger, George W. (See Brown, Albeit, assignor.) 

Clevenger. George W., Chillicothe, Mo. Dirigible head- 
light. No. 1,439.790 : Dec. 26. 

Clevenger, James L., Columbus, Ind. Leather-sole-soften- 
ing machine. No. 1,422.927; July 18. 

Clever, Simon E. (See Edens, R. W., and Clever.) 

Clews, Bert, West Hampstead, and H. M. Petersen. 
Willesden Green, London, England. Piston ring and 
the like and manufacturing same. No. 1,433,937 ; 
Oct. 31. 

Click, William S., Turtle Creek, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Companv. Commutator 
brush. No. 1.425.632; Aug 15. 

Cliff, Jahez, & Company Limited. (See Edwards, Alfred 
T., assignor.) 

Clifford. C. C. and C. J. Mott. Coleraine, Minn. Revolving 
grizzly. No. 1,408,799 ; Mar. 7. 

Clifford, Dell G„ Chicago, 111. Tire-inflation valve. No. 
1.403,484 ; Jan. 17. 



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Clifford, Frank, Milwaukee, Wis. Cigarette roller. No. 
1 419 224 * June 13 

Clifford,' Harry F., and R. H. C. Grunewald. assignors to 
John Bath & Company, Inc., Worcester, Mass. Gauge. 
No. 1,438,634 ; Dec. 12. 

Clifford, Joseph A., Washington, D. C. Electric lamp. 
No. 1,405,287 ; Jan. 31. 

Clifford, Oliver N., et al. (See Evans, Joseph E., as- 
signor.) 

Clifford, Walter B., Fitchburg, Mass. Auxiliary air valve 
for internal-combustion engines. No. 1,434,282 ; Oct. 31. 

Clifford, William H., London, England. Combined speed 
reducer and slip clutch. No. 1,410,655 ; Mar. 28. 

Clift, Chester H., Nyack, N. Y. Tearing machine. No. 
1,407,636; Feb. 21. 

Clift, Frank L. (See Odell, S. E., and Clift.) 

Clifton, Francis R., Omaha, Nebr. Tool. No. 1,419,023 ; 
June 6. 

Clifton. Robert K., Philadelphia, Pa. Shingle. No. 
1,436,945 ; Nov. 28. 

Clifton, William E. (See Ewart, J. S., and Clifton.) 

Clifton, William E., and J. S. Ewart, Nottingham, assign- 
ors to Cliftophone Limited, London, England. Sound 
recording and reproducing instrument. No. 1,425,944 ; 
Aug. 15 

Cliftophone Limited. (See Clifton, W. E., and Ewart, 
assignors.) 

Clinchfield Coal Corporation. (See Wolfe, William E., 
assignor. ) 

Cline, Allan .T., Chicago, 111. Motor controller. No. 
1,405,493 ; Feb. 7. 

Cline. Allan J., Chicago, 111. Web-roll stand. No. 
1,434,943 : Nov. 7. 

Cline, Azl A., Beckley, W. Va. Safety-brake appliance. 
No. 1,438.426; Dec. 12. 

Cline, Calvin J. (See Huggins, C. M., and Cline.) 

Cline, Francis E. (See Cline, Nelson T. and F. E.) 

Cline, Jerry D., Akron, Ohio. Legging. No. 1,440,340; 
Dec. 26. 

Cline, Martin, Malinta, and F. Herge, assignors to The 
Standard Tractor Control Company, Youngstown, Ohio. 
Extension steering device. No. 1,402.838 ; Jan. 10. 

Cline, Martin L., and F. Herge, Malinta, Ohio. Clutch- 
lever retainer. No. 1,424,081 ; July 25. 

Cline, Nelson T., Pittsburgh, Pa., and F. E. Cline, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. Automatic lubricator control. No. 1,436,432 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Cline, Wesley, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Automobile 
signal. No. 1.414,981 ; May 2. 

Cline, William G., Gallatin. Mo. Clothing guard for 
fastenings. No. 1,434,092 ; Oct. 31. 

Clinefelter, James C, and H. Ries, Barberton, Ohio. Man- 
ufacture of tires. No. 1,407,839 ; Feb. 28. 

Clink, George V., St. Paul, Minn. Game. No. 1,439,946 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Clinton, Frederick D., Milwaukee, Wis. Reaction spray- 
ing mechanism for dishwashing machines. No. 1,408,077 ; 
Feb. 28. 

Clinton Refrigerating Company. (See Wishart, W., and 
Morrell, assignors.) 

Clinton. Thomas J., Detroit. Mich. Refrigerator. No. 
1.404.191 : Jan. 24. 

Clipper Belt Lacer Company. (See Conn, Joseph C, as- 
signor.) 

Clippinger, John E. (See Reed, B. E., and Clippinger.) 

Clithero, George I. (See Wasson, William W., assignor.) 

Clopton, Mortimer L., Wichita Falls, Tex. Ring gauge. 
No. 1.424,082; July 25. 

Close. Daniel H., Keyport. N. J. Burglar lock for re- 
volving doors. No. 1.435.050 ; Nov. 7. 

Close. Edmund E., Campello, assignor of one-half to W. 
J. Healy, Boston, Mass. Device for use in repairing 
shoes. No. 1.412,270; Apr. 11. 

Close, Lyman W., assignor to The Bock Bearing Companv, 
Toledo, Ohio. Roller bearing. No. 1,427,520 ; Aug. 29. 

Closson, Clarence E., Potlatch, Idaho. Advertising cabi- 
net. No. 1,416,267 ; May 16. 

Closure Service Corporation. (See Carvalho, Leslie R. N., 
assignor.) 

Cloud, Charles A., et al. (See Coates, Clinton T., as- 
signor.) 

Cloud, John W., London, England, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Fluid- 
pressure brake. No. 1.403,846 ; Jan. 17. 

Cloud, William H., Yakima, Wash. Preparing foods. No. 
1,411,479 ; Apr. 4. 

Clough. Frederic H. (See Taylor, H. W., Clough, and 
Whitaker.) 

Clough, Frederic H., Rugby, England, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Ship-propulsion system. No. 
1,411,987; Apr. 4. 

Clough, Frederick H. (See Martin, J., and Clough.) 

Clouse, William L., assignor to The National Machinery 
Co., Tiffin, Ohio. Ejecting attachment for heading ma- 
chines. No. 1,412,844 ; Apr. 18, 

Clouse, William L., assignor to The National Machinerv 
Co., Tiffin, Ohio. Upsetting dies. No. 1,427,521'; 
Aug. 29. 

Clouser, Clarence J., Columbus, Ohio. Swing. No. 
1,419,660; June 13. 

Clouser. Fredrick F., St. Louis, Mo. Floor-indicating 
mechanism for elevators. No. 1,409,831 ; Mar. 14. 



Clouser, Harry E., and E. R. Thornton, Stockton, Calif. 
Means for making building blocks. No. 1,410,160 ; 
Mar. 21. 

Cloutier, Andre, assignor to the Society Etablissements 
Georges Lutz G. Krempp, Paris, France. Surface-meas- 
uring machine. No. 1,413,517 ; Apr. 18. 

Cloutier, Rosario, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Furnace. 
No. 1,437,167 ; Nov. 28. 

Clover Leaf Creamery Company. (See Engholm, Peter, 
assignor.) 

Clowry, William H., Chicago, 111. Internal-combustion 
engine. No. 1,434,093 ; Oct. 31. 

Cluett, Peabody & Co. Inc. (See Kennedy, R. O., Gilles- 
pie, and Marshall, assignors.) 

Cluett, Peabody & Co. (See Schreiner, George A., assignor.) 

Cluett Peabody & Co. (See Thomas, James A., assignor.) 

Cluley, John P., Chicago, 111. Micrometer caliper. No. 
1,414,550 ; May 2. 

Clum, Ira E.. Lima, Ohio. Bracket. No. 1,408,930 ; Mar. 7. 

Clum, Ira E., Lima, Ohio. Anchor for fences. No. 
1,426,044 ; Aug. 15. 

Clum, Ira E., Lima, Ohio. Corncrib. No. 1,426,0-15 ; 
Aug. 15. 

Clump, Frederick G.. and E. A. Burrows, assignors to 
Continental Machinerv Company, Chicago, 111. Valve 
mechanism. No. 1,439,503; Dec. 19. 

Clutter, Leroy P., Beaver Falls, Pa. Excavator. No. 
1,405,288; Jan. 31. 

Clutter, Le Roy P., West Finlev, Pa. Cabinet for phono- 
graphic disks. No. 1,416.689 ; May 23. 

Clyde E. Lowe Company, The. (See Clark, Don A., as- 
signor.) 

Clyde, George S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Oil burner. No. 
1,404,582 ; Jan. 24. 

Clymer, Earl H. (See Dinning, T. W.. and Clymer.) 

Clymer, Reuben S., Quakertown, Pa. Vehicle jack. No. 
1,410,376; Mar. 21. 

Clymer. Reuben S., Quakertown, Pa. Automobile truck. 
No. 1,428,681 ; Sept. 12. 

Cmeyla, Bozena, Kewaunee, Wis. Flour sifter. No. 
1,417,035 ; May 23. 

Coach Builders Hardware Company. (See Mastenbrook, 
Henry J., assignor.) 

Coalwell, Charles B., assignor of one half to C. A. Mel- 
linger. Pine Island, Minn. Damper. No. 1,429,190 ; 
Sept. 12. 

Coar, Enos E., South Bend, Ind. Antifreezing sill cock. 
No. 1.412,042 ; Apr. 11. 

Coari, Frank A., Chicago, 111. Nut-cracking machine. 
No. 1,407,325 ; Feb. 21. 

Coatalen, Louis, and J. S. Irving, assignors of one-half to 
Sunbeam Motor Car Company, Limited, Wolverhampton, 
England. Heater and baffle for the induction pipes of 
internal-combustion engines. No. 1,408,562 ; Mar. 7. 

Coate, William V., Greenville, Ohio. Bookholder. No. 
1,428.757 ; Sept. 12. 

Coates. Charles B.. assignor to Chicago Pneumatic Tool 
Company, New York, N. Y. Dashpot. No. 1,436,084 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Coates, Charles B., Erie, Pa., assignor to Chicago Pneu- 
matic Tool Company, New York, N. Y. Overload-circuit 
breaker. No. 1,439,692; Dec. 26. 

Coates, Charles B., Erie, Pa., assignor to Chicago Pneu- 
matic Tool Company. New York, N. Y. Overload-cir- 
cuit breaker. No. 1,439,693 ; Dec. 26. 

Coates, Clinton T.. assignor of one-third to A. W. Albrecht 
and one-third to C. A. Cloud, St. Louis, Mo. Metal- 
ball-rolling machine. No. 1,429,676 ; Sept. 19. 

Coates, Frederick, assignor to Federal Products Com- 
pany. Cincinnati. Ohio. Paper-coating composition. 
No. 1.414.256 : Apr. 25. 

Coates, Frederick, assignor to Federal Products Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Die press. No. 1.415.018; May 9. 

Coates, Frederick, assignor to Federal Products Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Can-capping tool. No. 1,421,673 ; 
July 4. 

Coates. Frederick, assignor to Federal Products Conminy, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Semiauto paper winder. No. 
1,439.606: Dec. 19. ' 

Coates, Frederick, assignor to Federal Products Comnsinv, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Automatic die press. No 1,439 607 ■ 
Dec. 19. 

Coates, Frederick, assignor to Federal Products Company, 
Cincinnati. Ohio. Liquid-eoating machine. No. 
1.439.608: Dpc 19 

Coates, Frederick, assignor to Federal Products Company, 
Cincinnati. Ohio. Automatic carton-heading machine 
No. 1,439,609; Dec. 19. 

Coates. J. & P., (R. I.) Inc. (See Reilly, Thomas A., 
assignor.) 

Coates, Joseph, Luke, Md., assignor of one-fourth to J. B. 
Mayburv. Piedmont, W. Va. Lock railway switch. No. 
1,411,162 ; Mar. 28. 

Coates, Leonard R., Laurel, Md. Phosphatic fertilizer 
material and making the same. No. 1,425.747: Aug. 15 

Coates. William A., Chorlton-cum-Hardy, G. E. Gittins and 
D. R. Davies, Manchester, England, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Company. Electrical switch gear. No. 1,402,570; 
Jan. 3. 

Coats. Hpnry B., Veodersburg, Ind. Vacuum tank. No. 
1,438,745; Dec. 12. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Contimied. 



Coats, William T., New Orleans, La. Lock protector. 

No. 1,439,868 ; Dec. 26. 
Cobb, Albert B., assignor to Cobb Electric Appliance Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Pressure-operated switch. No. 
1,406,613 ; Feb. 14. 
Cobb. Alton E., Los Angeles, Calif. Gaa stove. No. 

1,427,069; Aug. 22. 
Cobb, Augustus A., Marion, Mass. Lamp attachment. No. 

1,418,128 ; May SO. 
Cobb, Clarence L. (See Samter, S. M., and Cobb.) 
Cobb, Edward S., Whittier, Calif. Frost preventer for 
orchards. No. 1,411,564 ; Apr. 4. 

Cobb Electric Appliance, Company. (See Cobb, Albert B., 
assignor.) 

Cobb, Ernest B., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company. Desulphurizing petroleum oils. No. 
1,413,005 ;. Apr. 18. 

Cobb, Jesse, Laredo, Tex. Crate. No. 1,427,193 ; Aug. 29. 

Cobb, Henry Z., New York, N. Y., assignor to New York 
Belting & Packing Company. Tube-making machine. 
No. 1,418,535 ; June 6. 

Cobb, Pope, Brownsville, Tenn. Bed lock. No. 1,419,957 ; 
June 20. 

Cobb Shockless Crossing Corporation. (See McFarland, 
Samuel E., assignor.) 

Coberly, Clarence J., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Cali- 
fornia Burdett Oxygen Company. Cutting torch. No. 
1,404,011 ; Jan. 17. 

Coberly, Clarence J., Los Angeles. Calif., assignor to 
California Burdett Oxygen Company. Welding torch. 
No. 1,436,433 ; Nov. 21. 

Coblentz, William W., Washington, D. C. Electrical re- 
sistance. No. 1,418,362 ; June 6. 

Coburn, Clarence W., San Francisco, Calif. Shock ab- 
sorber. No. 1,419,614; June 13. 

Coburn, Richard G., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to American Foundry Equipment Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Sand-blast machine. No. 
1,424,713; Aug. 1. 

Coburn Trolley Track Manufacturing Company, The. 
(See Ballard, Harry E., assignor.) 

Coburn Trolley Track Manufacturing Company, The. 
(See Reid, Alexander H., assignor.) 

Cobus, Lawrence J., Milwaukee, Wis. Steering-wheel 
heater. No. 1,416,946 ; May 23. 

Cocanari, Silvio, Rome, Italy, assignor to L. Gevaert et 
Co., Vieux-Dieu, near Antwerpen, Belgium. Roll film 
for photographic purposes and its wrapping. No. 
1,436,478 ; Nov. 21. 

Cocayne, George B., Sioux City, Iowa. Level. No. 
1.430,535; Oct. 3. 

Cochran, Clyde E., Cleveland, Ohio. Side-car attachment. 
No. 1,413,575; Apr. 25. 

Cochran, Clyde E., assignor to The Elwell-Parker Elec- 
tric Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Spring steering fork 
for wheeled vehicles. No. 1,422,671 ; July 11. 

Cochran, Clyde E., assignor to The Elwell-Parker Elec- 
tric Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Industrial truck. (Re- 
issue.) No. 15,497; Nov. 28. 

Cochran, Clyde E., assignor to The Elwell-Parker Eleetric 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Load-securing means for 

. industrial trucks. No. 1,439,227; Dec. 19. 

Cochran, Clyde E., assignor to The Elwell-Parker Electric 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Load-securing means for 
industrial trucks. No. 1,439,228; Dec. 19. 

Cochran, Eva E., Lodi, Calif. Butt hook. No. 1,424,238 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Cochran, Frederick K., Los Angeles, Calif. Safety fender 
for car wheels. No. 1,416,610 ; May 16. 

Cochran, Robert J., Cedar, Kans. Tire chain. No. 
1,432,534* Oct. 17. 

Cochran, Walter E., Lockport, N. Y. Cotton bat. No. 
1,405,185; Jan. 31. 

Cochran, William R., Delphos, Ohio, assignor of two- 
thirds to B. E. Jordan and J. C. Jordan, Detroit, Mich. 
Shock absorber for vehicles. No. 1,425,176 ; Aug. 8. 

Cochrane, Charles H., New York, N. Y. Printing press. 
No. 1,414.339 ; May 2. 

Cochrane, Charles H., New York, N. Y. Means for con- 
trolling the flow of fluids. No. 1,423,831 ; July 25. 

Cochrane, H. S. B. W. Corporation. (See Elfreth, Harold 
D., assignor.) 

Cochrane, H. S. B. W., Corporation. (See Yoder, Joseph 
D., assignor.) 

Cochrane, Robert I/., Chicago, 111., assignor to National 
Lock Washer Company, Newark, N. J. Nut lock. No. 
1,427,194 ; Aug. 29. 

Cochrane, Sanders V., Bridgetown, Tex. Band cutter. 
No. 1,421,764 ; July 4. 

Cock, Frederick D. (See Lodge, Edwin W., assignor.) 

Cock, Roger B.. Gomshall, England, assignor to himself 
and W. W. v Williams, " Bodelwyddan," Rhyddlan, Flint, 
England. Tanning composition. No. 1,402,283 ; Jan. 3. 

Cockburn, David, and D. MacNicoll, Cardonald, near Glas- 
gow, Scotland. Engine stop gear. No. 1,416,791 ; 
May 23. 

Cockburn, David, Cardonald, near Glasgow, and E. Mc- 
Donald, Paisley, Scotland. Reversible propeller. No. 
1,418,622 ; June 6. 

Cockburn, Francis B., and E. S. Bird, assignors to The 
Lodge & Shiplev Machine Tool Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Crank turner. No. 1,435,631 ; Nov. 14. 

Cockburns, Limited, et al. (See Armstrong, R. B., and 
Paterson, assignors.) 



Cockcroft, Walter, assignor of one-half to William P. 
Paul, Philadelphia, Pa. Tool holder. No. 1,410,528 ; 
Mar. 21. 
Cocke, John D., Richmond, Va. Snow-removing machine. 

No. 1,420,522 ; June 20. 
Cocking, Allen T., Sutton, Coldfield, and C. H. Lilly, 
Birmingham, England. Production of glycerin by fer- 
mentation. No. 1,425,838 ; Aug. 15. 
Cockrell, William D. (See Sharp, A. H., and Cockrell.) 
Cocks, George H., Adrian, Mich. Combined tilting and 

sliding steering wheel. No." 1,414,458 ; May 2. 
Coda, Christopher F., Detroit, Mich. Cushion seat. No. 

1,419,492 ; June 13. 
Coda, Christopher F., assignor to Jenks & Muir Manufac- 
turing Co., Detroit, Mich. Spring-seat frame. No. 

1,404,272; Jan. 24. 
Codding, May K., San Francisco, Calif. Treating ore. 

No. 1,402,740 ; Jan. 10. 
Codding, May K., San Francisco, Calif. Composition of 

matter for extracting and recovering mercury from 

sulphide ores. No. 1,402,741 ; Jan. 10. 
Codding, May K., San Francisco, Calif. Extracting 

mercury. No. 1,402,742 ; Jan. 10. 
Coddington, Charles C. (See Fite, C. V., and Coddington. i 
Coddington, Earl L., Middletown, assignor of one-half to 

G. D. C. Coddington, West Middletown, Ohio. Sealing 

composition. No. 1,429,407 ; Sept. 19. 
Coddington. Georgie D. C. (See Coddington, Earl L., 

assignor.) 
Coddington, George D. C, West Middletown, Ohio. Milk- 
bottle holder. No. 1,433,938 ; Oct. 31. 
Code Manufacturing Company. (See Ayotte, Joseph R., 

assignor.) 
Codish, George, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sandal. No. 1,436.479; 

Nov. 21. 
Codman, Russell, Jr. (See Rollins. William T., assignor.) 
Coe, Charles B., Merchantville, N. J. Disk-placing mecha- 
nism for talking machines. No. 1. 410. 734 : Maf. 28. 
Coe, Charles T., Kearny, N. J. Lubricating device. No. 

1,419,821 ; June 13. 
Coe, Edward. Battle Creek. Mich. Toboc-ran and slide. 

No. 1,417,594 : May 30. 
Coe, Herbert M., San Jose, Calif. Door hanger. No. 

1,410,167 : Mar. 21. 
Coe. James R., assignor to The. American Brass Company, 

Waterbury, Conn. Apparatus for rolling metal. No. 

1,429,061 ; Sept. 12. 
Coe, John P., Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y., assignor to Mor- 
gan & Wright. Tire casing and supporting means 

therefor. No. 1.418.623: Jun'e 6. 
Coelho. .Arthur, Brooklyn. N. Y. Attachment to linotvpe 

machines. No. 1.430,796 ; Oct. 3. 
Coelho, Arthur, Brooklyn, N. Y. Numbering machine for 

line-casting machines. No. 1.432,441 ; Oct. 17. 
Coen Co>. (See Sherwood. Carlyle J., assignor.) 
Coen Company. (See Blankenhorn, George S., assignor.) 
Coen, Garnet W., Piedmont, Calif. Oil heater. No. 

1,436,380 ; Nov. 21. 
Coenen, Edouard, Forest, Belgium. Screw-cutting head. 

No. 1,406,540 ; Feb. 14. 
Coffee, Bassett M., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Safety 

Car Heating & Lighting Company. Car-lighting sys- 
tem. No. 1,436,697 : Nov. 28. 
Coffelder, Thomas N., Pittsburgh, Pa. Auxiliary air and 

air-moistening device for internal-combustion engines. 

No. 1.411,841 ; Apr. 4. 
Coffelt. George F., Dayton. Ohio. Rotary engine. No. 

1.404.583: Jan. 24. 
Coffey, E. C, et al. (See Thomas, Martin E., assignor.) 
Coffey, Edward P., Spokane, Wash. Rim tool. No. 

1.430.058 ; Sept. 26. 
Coffey, Irven E., Lawtou. Okla. Transmission-controlling 

mechanism. No". 1.402.839 ; Jan. 10. 
Coffey, Irven E., Lawton, Okla. Controlling apparatus for 

the power-transmission mechanism of motor vehicles. 

No. 1,402,840; Jan. 10. 
Coffey, Irven E., Lawton, Okla. Transmission-controlling 

mechanism. (Reissue.) No. 15,312; Mar. 21. 
Coffey, Samuel A., and J. B. Ernsdorff, Yakima, Wash. 

Motor vehicle. No. 1,433,122; Oct. 24. 
Coffield, James L., Dayton, Ohio. Wringer-supporting 

mechanism for washing machines. No. 1,414,551 ; 

May 2. 
Coffleld, James L., Dayton, Ohio. Clutch for washing 

machines. No. 1,433,259 ; Oct. 24. 
Coffin, Arthur B., Spiceland, Ind. Automatic clutch re- 
lease for tractors. No. 1,438,096 : Dec. 5. 
Coffin, Charles F., Jr. (See Mork. H. S.. and Coffin, Jr.) 
Coffin, Joseph G. (See Bradley, C. E., and Coffin.) 
Coffin, Vernon W. J.. Toronto. Ontario. Canada. Putty 

gun. No. 1,429,019: Sept. 12. 
Coffin, Walter E., assignor to The National Malleable 

Castings' Companv. Cleveland, Ohio. Hand-brake mech- 
anism. No. 1,431,569; Oct. 10. 
Coffman, J. G., et al. (See Cudlipp, George R., assignor.) 
Coggeshall, George W., and T. M. Rector, assignors to The 

Institute of Industrial Research, Inc.. Washington, 

D. C. Recovery of volatile solvents. No. 1,418,363 ; 

June 6. 
Coggin, Frank F. (See Gullage, Joseph, assignor.) 
Coggin, Frank F., et al. (See McLaughlin, Milton P., 

assignor.) 
Coghlan, Thomas G.. Wellsburg, W. Va. Thermocouple. 

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Cogsdlll, Stuart A., assignor to Grinding Process Tool 
Company. Detroit, Mich. Salvaging cutting tools. No. 
1,403,011 ; Jan. 10. 

Cogswell, Leander A., assignor to Lacene Manufacturing 
Company, Manchester, N. H. Work support and feed 
for heel-lift graders. No. 1,433,S73 ; Oct. 31. 

Cogswell. Seward E., Central City, Nebr. Automatic sam- 
pler. No. 1,414,805 ; May 2. 

Co Hagan, William E., Denver, Colo. Treating cork. 
No. 1,439,869; Dec. 26. 

Cohen, Abe, Brooklyn, N. Y. Eat guard. No. 1,420,243 ; 
June 20. 

Cohen, Abraham B., Far Rockaway, N. Y. Tooth-cleaning 
device. No. 1,421,911 : July 4. 

Cohen, Alice H., executrix. (See Cohen, Stanley A.) 

Cohen, Dan, Memphis, Tenn. Tire plug. No. 1,411,411 ; 
Apr. 4. 

Cohen, Harry. (See Wolfe, Daniel D., assignor.) 

Cohen, Hyman E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric water heater 
and steam generator. No. 1.420,692 : June 27. 

Cohen, Hyman E., Syracuse, N. Y. Electric boiler. No. 
1,420,693 ; June 27. 

Cohen, Jacob L., assignor of one-third to L. Ruskin, Chi- 
cago, 111. Wash-room fixture. No. 1.426,046 ; Aug. 15. 

Cohen, James, et al. (See Brown, John L., assignor. j 

Cohen, Louis, Washington. D. C. Radio receiving system. 
No. 1,406,442 ; Feb. 14. 

Cohen. Louis, Washington, D. C. Cable system. No. 
1,414,179 : Apr. 25. 

Cohen, Louis, Washington, D. C. Electrical signaling. 
No. 1,439,947 : Dec. 26. 

Cohen, Morris, New Orleans, La. Tag attachment for 
package closures. No. 1,405,289 ; Jan. 31. 

Cohen, Morris, Chicago, 111. Mallet. No. 1,419,615 ; 
June 13. 

Cohen, Morris, New Orleans, La. Parcel-post mailing 
or C. O. D. express attachment. No. 1,431,875 ; Oct. 10. 

Cohen, Morris .7. (See Loeffler, G., and Cohen.) 

Cohen, Philip, Elizabeth, N. J. Hand has. No. 1,416,590 ; 
May 23. 

Cohen, Solomon. (See Shirk. A. J., and Cohen.) 

Cohen, Stanley A., deceased, by A. H. Cohen, executrix, 
New York, assignor to The New York Consolidated 
Card Company, Long Island Citv, N. Y. Plating 
machine. No. 1,421,912; July 4. 

Cohen, William, Bayonne, N. J. Student's bookholder. No. 
1,404,093 ; Jan. 17. 

Cohen, William, Bayonne, N. J. Gasoline soldering iron. 
No. 1,422,740 ; July 11. 

Conn, Albert. (See Debs, Louis, H.. assignor.) 

Conn, Alexander I'.., New York, N. Y. Driving mechanism 
for sewing machines. No. 1.406,933 ; Feb. 14. 

Cohn, Alfred, Milwaukee, Wis. Knitted cap. No. 
1,431,287 ; Oct. 10. 

Cohn. Benno, assignor to Ferdinand Gutmann & Co., New 
York. N. Y. Box. No. 1.416,451 ; May 16. 

Cohn, Edward. New York, N. Y. Resilient wheel. No. 
1,431,874; Oct. 10. 

Cohn-Hall-Marx Company. (See Domber, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

Cohn, Henry J., Richmond, Va. Antiskid device. No. 
1,437,093 ; Nov. 28. 

Colin. Max. (See Briconnier, Zepher J., assignor.) 

Cohn i.- Rosenberger, Inc. (See Marcher, Royal, assignor.) 

Cohon, Benjamin J., Westwood, N. J., assignor to United 
Cigar Stores Company of America, New York, N. Y. 
Advertising device. No. 1,414,113 ; Apr. 25. 

Cohon, Benjamin J., Westwood, N. J., and L. Moskowitz, 
Brooklyn. N. Y. Lock. No. 1,439.229 ; Dec. 19. 

Cohrs. Henry .7., Jamaica, N. Y. Tire protector. No. 
i.429,212 ; Sept. 12. 

Coin Controlled Lock Company. (See King, Roy D., as- 
signor.) 

Coin Sorting and Counting Company. (See Doldt, John 
E., assignor.) 

Colardeau, Emmanuel L. P.. assignor to H. Crochat, Paris, 
France. Electrical driving means. No. 1,416,611 ; 
May 16. 

Colardeau, Emmanuel L. P., assignor to the Society Etab- 
lissements Henry Crochat, Paris, France. Electric mo- 
tor. No. 1,416,612: May 16. 

Colardeau, Emmanuel L. P., assignor to the Society Etab- 
lissements Henry Crochat. Paris, France. Train of 
vehicles. No. 1,'416,613; May 16. 

Colavita. Samuel S., Philadelphia, Pa. Door lock. No. 
1.414,862; May 2. 

Colny, George, Salt Lake City, Utah. Folding cot. No. 
1.413,901 ; Apr. 25. 

Colban, Axel. •• (See 'Simensen, O., and Colban.) 

Colbentson, Oliver S., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Chin 
rest for violins. No. 1,435,280 ; Nov. 14. 

Colbourne, George, Pittsburgh, Pa. Automobile protec- 
tion device. No. 1,432.535 : Oct. 17. 

Colburn, Ernest A. (See Colburn. Herbert C. and E. A.) 

Colburn Flotation & Engineering Company, The. (See 
Colburn, Herbert C. and E. A., assignors.) 

Colburn. Glen I., Geneva, N. Y. Nursery label. No. 
1,421.674 ; July 4. 

Colburn, Herbert C. and E. A., assignors to The Colburn 
Flotation & Engineering Company. Denver, Colo. Ap- 
paratus for the separation of ores by flotation. No. 
1,415,314; May 9. 

Colburn Machine Tool Company, The. (See Clarke, 
Frederick F., assignor.) 



Colby, Frank W., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Kansas 
City Spiral Pipe Company. Apparatus for manufactur- 
ing pipe. No 1,422,834 ; July 18. 

Colby, Henry H., Tallula, 111. Subsoil attachment for 
plows. No. 1,422,418; July 11. 

Colby, Melvin F., Claremont, N- H. Reamer. No. 
1,409,673 ; Mar. 14. 

Colby, Ora A., Irwin, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company. Electric furnace. No. 
1,412,511 ; Apr. 11. 

Colby, Ora A., Irwin, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company. Electric furnace. No. 
1,412.512; Apr. 11. 

Colby, Ora A., Irwin, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company. Electric heating device. 
No. 1,415.993 ; May 16. 

Colby, Ora A., Irwin, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company. Soldering pot and 
soldering iron. No. 1,425,633 ; Aug. 15. 

Colby, Ora A., Irwin, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company. Electric tool-temper- 
ing furnace. No. 1,433,700 ; Oct. 31. 

Colby, Ora A., Irwin, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company. Electric furnace. 
No. 1,435.211 ; Nov. 14. 

Colby, Ora A., Irwin, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric and Manufacturing Company. Temperature-con- 
trolling system. No. 1,438,635 ; Dec. 12. 

Colby, Willis H., Detroit, Mich. Blacking stand. No. 
1,411,607; Apr. 4. 

Cold Light Manufacturing Company, The. (See Erdle, 
Reiner W., assignor.) 

Coldwell, Emery V., Kennett, Mo. Wire stretcher, fence 
straightener, and vehicle jack. No. 1,432,590; Oct. 17. 

Coldwell, Joseph, Newmarket, N. H., assignor to Draper 
Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. Feeler mechanism for 
looms. No. 1,418.536 ; June 6. 

Cole, Albert L., Auburndale, assignor of one-fourth to 
F. J. V. Dakin, Newtonville, and one-fourth to F. A. 
Tilton, South Braintree, Mass. Shut-off valve for air- 
brake pipes. No. 1,424,083 ; July 25. 

Cole, Albert L, Auburndale, assignor to R. C. Berry, 
Marlboro, Mass. Jar opener. No. 1,432,670 ; Oct. 17. 

Cole, Amos G., W. H. Foster, Lewis-town, and L. H. Fry, 
Yeagertown, Pa. Spring fitting and quenching ma- 
chine. No. 1.425,238; Aug. 8. 

Cole, Arthur D. (See Geiger, David F., assignor.) 

Cole, Arthur D.. Minneapolis, Minn. Combination tongue 
and seat support' for tractors. No. 1,416,171 ; May 16. 

Cole, Arthur D., and D. F. Geiger, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Loading attachment for tractors. No. 1,439,948 ; 
Dec. 20. 

Cole, Charles S., Newtown, Conn. Meter indicator. No. 

1.436.381 ; Nov. 21. 

Cole, Charles S., Newtown, Conn. Meter indicator. No. 

1.436.382 ; Nov. 21. 

Cole, Charles W., Rochester, N. Y. Screw holder for 
screw drivers. No. 1.433,341 ; Oct. 24. 

Cole. Chester D., and W. J. Burtt, Haverhill. Mass. Ad- 
justable hook for antiskid chains. No. 1,420,816; 
June 27. 

Cole, Clary W., Modesto. Calif. Radiator construction. 
No. 1,407,929 ; Feb. 28. 

Cole, Clifford E., assignor to L. L. Cole, Birmingham, 
Ala. Water heater for gas stoves. No. 1,415,527 ; 
May 9. 

Cole, Don. and C. J. Gustafson, assignors to Stromberg 
Motor Devices Company, Chicago, 111. Carburetor. 
No. 1,435.151 ; Nov. 14. 

Cole, Edward J„ Peekskill, N. Y. Nut lock. No. 1,438,097 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Cole, Edward P., Chicago, 111. Means for counterbalancing 
oven doors. No. 1,405,290; Jan. 31. 

Cole, Edward P., assignor to Cole Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Chicago, III. Safety lock for oven burners. No. 
1,405,186 ; Jan. 31. 

Cole, Edward P., assignor to Cole Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Furnace. No. 1,405,187 ; Jan. 31. 

Cole, Francis J., Schenectady. N. Y. Vestibule for loco- 
motives and tenders. No. 1.414,459 ; May 2. 

Cole, Frank G., Haverhill, Mass. Carpenter's square and 
bevel. No. 1.408.800 ; Mar. 7. 

Cole, Glaudel, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Clothesline adjuster. 
No. 1,424,084 ; July 25. 

Cole, Guerney H., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Trans- 
former. No. 1,433,701 ; Oct. 31. 

Cole, Hugh A., assignor to Cole Manufacturing Company, 
Chicago, 111. Furnace. No. 1,402.743 ;• Jan. 10. 

Cole, Hugh J. (See Mineart, C, and Cole.) 

Cole, John, St. Louis, Mo. Hoop guide. No. 1,427,070; 
Aug. 22. 

Cole, John A., and L. J. Shorter, Coventry, England. 
Piston. No. 1,424,002 ; July 25. 

Cole, John W., and A. E. Johnson, St. Francis, Kans. 
Automobile repair stand. No. 1.424,190; Aug. 1. 

Cole, Lee B., Cleveland, Ohio. Holder bracket. No. 
1,439,067; Dec. 19 

Cole, Linka L. (See Cole, Clifford E, assignor.) 

Cole. Lowell D., Painted Post, N. Y. Fencepost. No. 
1,408,723 ; Mar. 7. 

Cole, Malcolm, Chicago, 111. Display sign. No. 1,429,408; 
Sept. 19. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED ' FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



(See Cole, Edward P., 
(See Cole, Hugh A., 



Cole Manufacturing Company. 

assignor.) 
Cole Manufacturing Company 

assignor.) 
Cole, Raymond J., Bradford, Pa. Pumping head for 

wells. No. 1,435,892 ; Nov. 14. 
Cole, Richard E., Columbus, Ohio. Container. No. 

1,411,565; Apr. 4. 
Cole, Robert C, assignor to The Johns-Pratt Company, 
Hartford, Conn. Electric safety fuse. No. 1,407,785; 
Feb. 28. 
Cole, Warren W., Portland, Me. Air deflector for auto- 
mobiles. No. 1,418,430 ; June G. 
Coleatti,\ Carlo, Milan, Italy. Fire grate. No. 1,440,135 ; 

Dec. 26. 
Colebrook, William, Durban, Natal, South Africa. Water 

heater. No. 1,419,225 ; June 13. 
Coleman, Alonzo W., Pittsburgh, Pa. Directionometer. 

No. 1,415,147 ; May 9. 
Coleman, Aloysius J., New York, N. Y. Lead pencil. No. 

1,440,058 ; Dec. 26. 
Coleman, Arthur B., Gosnells, near Perth, Australia. 

Carpenter's hammer. No. 1,425,369 ; Aug. 8. 
Coleman, Edward C, Hammond, La. Wrench. No. 

1,415,867; May 16. 
Coleman, Edwin B., Springfield, Mass. Wind deflector for 

automobiles. No. 1,433,260 ; Oct. 24. 
Coleman, George B., assignor to Majik Electric Appliance 
Company, San Francisco, Calif. Electric motor. No. 
1,438,361 ; Dec. 12. 
Coleman, George D., deceased, Buffalo, N. Y., by N. S. 
Coleman, executrix, Revere, Mass. Antifouling com- 
position. No. 1,421,914 ; July 4. 
Coleman, James M., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Refrigera- 
tor car. No. 1,402,571 ; Jan. 3. 
Coleman, James M., and K. F. Nystrom, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada. Roof brace for box cars. No. 1,438,298 ; 
Dec. 12. 
Coleman, John P., Edgewood, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway sig- 
nal mechanism. No. 1,405,494 ; Feb. 7. 
Coleman, Nellie S., executrix. (See Coleman, George U.) 
Coleman, P. George. (See Saxton, Thomas G., assignor.) 
Coleman, Paul G. (See Saxton, Thomas G., assignor.) 
Coleman, Robert L. (See Vinson, James G., assignor.) 
Coleman, Thomas E., assignor to Madison-Kipp Corpora- 
lion, Madison, Wis. Lubricator. No. 1,429,191; 
Sept. 12. 
Coleman, Walter M., Baltimore, Md. Toy. No. 1,435,585 ; 

Nov. 14. 
Coleman, Walter P., Atlanta, Ga. Razor. No. 1,404,686; 

Jan 24 
Coleman, Walter P., Atlanta, Ga. Safety-razor guard. 

No. 1,405,759 ; Feb. 7. 
Coleman, William C, Wichita, Kans. Stove and burner 

therefor. No. 1,439,466; Dec. 19. 
Coleman, William O., Indianapolis, Ind. Lock. No. 

1,423,397; July 18. 
Coleman, William R., Birmingham, Ala., assignor to An- 
niston Electric Steel Corporation. Car-dumping appa- 
ratus. No. 1,428,005 ; Sept. 5. 
Colen, Samuel H., West Conshohocken, Pa. Puzzle. No. 

1,438,746 ; Dec. 12. 
Coles, Henry A., Atlanta, Ga. Garment supporter. No. 

1,404,094 ; Jan. 17. 
Coletta, Frances, Wilmington, Del. Automobile bumper 

and wheel fender. No. 1,407,637 ; Feb. 21. 
Coley, Albert, and A. W. Marler, Sapulpa, Okla. Adver- 
tisement distributor. No. 1,417,500 ; May 30. 
Coley, Henry E., Temple, and D. H. Dickson, Maida Vale, 
London, assignors to The G. B. Development Syndicate 
Limited, London, England. Gas burner. No. 1,436,383 ; 
Nov. 21. 
Colgan, John P., assignor of one-fourth to J. N. Stinson 
and one-fourth to J. D. Blalock, Waycross, Ga. Tire 
tool. No. 1,434,648; Nov. 7. 
Colgate, Arthur E., New York, N. Y. Thermostatic appa- 
ratus. No. 1,412,773 ; Apr. 11. 
Collamer, Eugene E. and G. R., Hilton, N. Y., assignors of 
one-third to J. B. Frey Company, Inc., Rochester, N. Y. 
Container agitating device. No. 1,412,774 ; Apr. 11. 
Collamer, George R. (See Collamer, Eugene E. and G. R.) 
Collard, Alexandre, assignor to The Societe Manufacture 
Metallurgique d'e Cournus, Cournus, France. Handle 
for saucepans and other vessels. No. 1,403,232 ; Jan. 10. 
Collard, Charles, Enghien-les-Bains, France. Treatment 
of ossein for the production of gelatin. No. 1,431,217 ; 
Oct. 10. 
Collatz, William, Chicago, 111. Excavating machine. No. 

1,412,922; Apr. 18. 
Collette, Clarence C, Amsterdam, N. Y. Securing -wash- 
ers to bolts, rivets, and the like. No. 1,435,586 ; 
Nov. 14. 
Colley, Harry A., assignor to Frolaset Corset Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Corset and forming same. No. 
1.414.114; Apr. 25. 
Colley, Walter W., London, England. Machine for craping 

paper. No. 1,411,656 ; Apr. 4. 
Colliau, Victor, Detroit, Mich. Machine for rounding the 

ends of gear teeth. No. 1,410,657 ; Mar. 28. 
Collier, Arthur R., New Southgate, England. Locking de- 
vice. No. 1,420,910 ; June 27. 
Collier, Barron G., Inc. (See Johnston, Richard A., as- 
signor.) 



Carburetor. No. 

Carburetor. No. 

Veneer-cutting ma- 



Collier, Durward C, and F. M. Murphy, assignors to Col- 
lier Mills, Inc., Bainesville, Ga. Garment. No. 
1,404,273 ; Jan. 24. 
Collier, Guy B., Kinderhook, N. Y. Apparatus for the 
production of explosive mixtures. No. 1,436,480 ; 
Nov. 21. 
Collier, Joseph W., assignor to Arcadia Trailer Corpora- 
tion, Newark, N. Y. Vehicle. No. 1,422,034 ; July 4. 
Collier Mills, Inc. (See Collier, D. C., and Murphy, as- 
signors.) 
Collier, Perry, Conneaut, Ohio. Scaffold trestle. No. 

1,439,068 ; Dec. 19. 
Collier, Shade B., Orlando, Fla. Grease retainer. No. 

1,422,741 ; July 11. 
Collier, William H., Brentwood, Tenn. 

1,417,501 ; May 30. 
Collier, William H., Sandusky, Ohio. 

1,426,714; Aug. 22. 
Collier, William Hi, Painesville, Ohio. 

chine. No. 1,438,810 ; Dec. 12. 
Collier, William R. (See Mullins, E. L., and Collier.) 
Collignon, William C., Chicago, 111. Pneumatic action. 

No. 1,403,591 ; Jan. 17. 
Collin, George W., Bridgeport, Conn. Steam trap. No. 

1,410,656 ; Mar. 28. 
Collin, George W., Bridgeport, Conn. Thermostatic 

control device for heating chambers. No. 1,410,658 ; 

Mar. 28. 
Collin, George W., Bridgeport, Conn. Self - cleaning 

strainer for fluids. No. 1,438,983 ; Dec. 19. 
Colling, George M., Carrington, N. Dak. Combined tow 

and push bar. No. 1,422,928; July 18. 
Colling, Peter H., Albany, N. Y. Coal hod. No. 1,413,518 ; 

Apr. 18. 
Collings, Jesse, Richmond, England. Seal for use in pack- 
ing or for other like purposes. No. 1.410,998 ; Mar. 28. 
Collings, William A., Kansas City, Mo. Coating compo- 
sition and producing the same. No. 1,428,272 ; Sept. 5. 
Collings, William A., Kansas City, Mo. Paint vehicle. 

No. 1,428,273 ; Sept. 5. 
Collingwood, Sherman R., Wichita, Kans. Rolling radia- 
tor shutter. No. 1,421,174 ; June 27. 
Collins, A. M., Manufacturing Company. (See Gillbee, 

Manuel A. T., assignor.) 
Collins, Albert F., Minneapolis, Minn. Bank check. No. 

1,407,256; Feb. 21. 
Collins, Albert F., Minneapolis, Minn. Perforating de- 
vice for protecting checks and like instruments. No. 

1,407,257 ; Feb. 21. 
Collins, Benjamin J., Supply, Okla. Calculating machine. 

No. 1,402,572 ; Jan. 3. 
Collins, Benjamin W., Swarthmore, Pa., assignor to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Filtering. No. 1,413,457 ; Apr. 18. 
Collins, C. E., et al. (See Blades, Alvin C, assignor.) 
Collins, Cap B. (See Hasselquist, Hugo S., assignor.) 
Collins, Cap B., Oak Park, assignor to Collins Safety 

Razors, Chicago, 111. Rotary razor sharpener. No. 

1,426,152 ; Aug. 15. 
Collins, Charles W., Seattle, Wash. 

chine. No. 1,427,580 ; Aug. 29. 
Collins, Cornelius, Burlingame, Calif. 

No. 1,418,699 ; June 6. 
Collins, Daniel E., Baltimore, Md. 

tion. No. 1,411,842 ; Apr. 4. 
Collins. Donley S., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Self-measuring 

visible liquid pump. No. 1,418,129 ; May 30. 
Collins, Edgar P., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Heat-treating furnace. No. 

1,414,180; Apr. 25. 
Collins, Edgar F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electric furnace. No. 1,432,442 ; 

Oct. 17. 
Collins, Emery F., Huntington, W. Va. Signal. No. 

1.412,451 ; Apr. 11. 
Collins, Francis, and D. D. MacCormack, Boston, Mass 

Shingling gauge. No. 1,405,760 ; Feb. 7. 
Collins, Frank D., Washington, D. C. Illuminating appa- 
ratus. No. 1,412,675 ; Apr. 11. 
Collins, George A. (See Smith, A. W., and Collins.) 
"Collins, George M., Sprague, Wash. Vehicle tire. No. 

1,415,994 ; May 16. 
Collins, Glenville A., Seattle, Wash., assignor to The Well- 

man-Seaver-Morgan Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Dock 

crane. No. 1.436,861 ; Nov. 28. 
Collins, Horace B., Oklahoma, Okla. Knockdown box, 

crate, and like construction. No. 1,403,233 ; Jan. 10. 
Collins, James, Lancaster. Pa. Par.cel and package 

vator or carrier. No. 1,422,673; July 11. 
Collins, James T., Tulsa, Okla. Door securer. 

1,409,152 ; Mar. 14. 
Collins, James W., Somerville, Mass. 

1,408,342 ; Feb. 28. 
Collins, Jerome J., Winsford, England. 

tin. No. 1,414,257 ; Apr. 25. 
Collins, Jerome J., Southport, England. 

No. 1,414,258 ; Apr. 25. 
Collins, Jerome J., Southport, England. 

tin. No. 1,414,259; Apr. 25. 
Collins, John F., Philadelphia, Pa. 

device. No. 1,418,068; May 30. 
Collins, John W. (See Holliman. R. 
Collins, Joseph B., Detroit, Mich. 

1,419,958; June 20. 



Clothes-drying ma- 
Fastening element. 
Refractory composi- 



ele- 
No. 



Hayfork. No. 

Purification of 

Winning of tin. 

Purification of 



Automobile starting 

L.. and Collins.) 
Tire carrier. No. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1922. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Collins, Joseph W. (See Jerrel, Floyd S., assignor.) 
Collins, Josiah H., Beggs, Okla. Railway rail fastener. 

No. 1,411,163 ; Mar. 28. 
Collins, Lester W., St. Paul, Minn. Refrigerator ear. 

No. 1,421,913 ; July 4. 
Collins, Michael, Fort Worth, Tex. Excavator and scraper. 

No. 1,416,268; May 16. 
Collins, Michael J., New York, N. T. Stripping comb. 

No. 1,407,638; Feb. 21. 
Collins, Norman H., Forestville. Md., assignor of one-half 
. to A. B. Baker, Washington, D. C. Wrench. No. 

1,408,444; Mar. 7. 
Collins, Paul A. (See Myers, A. H., and Collins.) 
Collins, Richard EL, assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
lion, Detroit, Mich. Tool-storing device for automo- 
biles. No. 1,434,350: Oct. 31. 
Collins Rotary Safety Razor Company. (See Hasselquist, 

Hugo S., assignor.) 
Collins Safety Razors. (See Collins, Cap B., assignor.) 
Colli us, Thomas, assignor to The American Separator 

Company, Bainbridge, N. Y. Centrifugal liquid separa- 
tor. No. 1,426,959 ; Aug. 22. 
Collins, Warren, Fort Worth, Tex. Resilient tire filler. 

No. 1,402,212 ; Jan. 3. 
Collins, William E., Houston, Tex. Regin for cotton and 

other fibrous material. No. 1,412,167 ; Apr. 11. 
Collins, William J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Grinding machine. 

No. 1,418,235; May 30. 
Collins, William R.. Denver, Colo. Tunneling-machine. 

No. 1,404,929 ; Jan. 31. 
Coliinson, George, Bristol, England. Domestic washing 

machine. No. 1,408,864 ; Mar. 7. 
Collis Company, The. (See Collis, Harold G., assignor.) 
Collis, Harold G., assignor to The Collis Company, Clin- 
ton, Iowa. Poultry coop. No. 1,413,458 ; Apr. 18. 
Collis, O. D. (See Caps, Arthur W., assignor.) 
Collison, John G., J. W. Wright, H. M. Filbert, Dayton, 

Ohio, and W. Frank, Miamisburg, Ohio, assignors to The 

Stemco Engineering Company, Dayton, Ohio. Fluid 

gauge. No. 1,423,191; July 18. 
Colluer, A. B. (See Pillow, John R., assignor.) 
Col Iyer, Louis G., Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor to The 

Aeolian Company. Adjustable connection for actuating 

arms. No. 1,421,408; July 4. 
Col mar Burner Co. (See Blanchard, George N., assignor.) 
Colomb, Henri, Tavannes, Switzerland. Timepiece. No. 

1,438,427 ; Dec. 12. 
Colomb, Henri, Tavannes, Switzerland. Setting for 

drilled jewel bearings. No. 1,440,059 ; Dec. 26. 
Colomb, Henry, Tavannes, Switzerland. Means for secur- 
ing bridges of timekeeping mechanism. No. 1,434,327 ; 

Oct. 31. 
Colombelle, Henri, Le Raincy, France. Apparatus for op- 
erating window frames or sashes. No. 1,406,154 ; Feb. 7. 
Colomy, Robert E.. Cumberland, Md. Compositing sign. 
' No. 1,433,532 ; Oct. 31. 
Colonial Stamping Company. (See Schultz, Abraham J., 

assignor.) 
Colony, John M., Newton, Mass. Making a milk product. 

No. 1,434,094 ; Oct. 31. 
•Colony, John M., Newton, assignor to Manton-Gauliu 

Manufacturing Company, South Boston, Mass. Emulsi- 

fier. No. 1,434,095 ; Oct. 31. 
Colorado Vanadium Corporation. (See Thews, Karl B., 

assignor.) 
Colorco. (See Jones, Charles F., assignor.) 
Colson, Edd l'i. (See Crosby, R. A., and Colson.) 
Colson, Leon, Paris, France. Apparatus and method for 

the production of a gaseous mixture of CH 4 + H. No. 

1,428,879; Sept. 12. 
Colson, Thomas, Chicago, assignor to C. Dawson, Bel- 

videre, 111. Cartridge fuse. No. 1,419,226 ; June 13. 
Colt, Charles R., Washington, D. C. Internal-combustion 

engine. No. 1,436,574 ; Nov. 21. 
Colt. Charles R., Washington, D. C. Air-speed indicator. 

No. 1,436,575 ; Nov. 21. 
Colt. Samuel S., Orange, N. J. Staging for buildings and 

other structures. No. 1,423,308 ; July 18. 
Colt, Samuel S., Orange, N. J. Holding or tying means 

for molding apparatus. No. 1,424,8S0 ; Aug. 8, 
Colt, Thomas C, East Orange, N. J. Apparatus for pro- 
ducing hollow structures of concrete and the like. No. 

1.437,960; Dec. 5. 
Columbia Graphophone Manufacturing Company. (See 

lleadle, G. W.. and Kohn. assignors.) 
Columbia Graphophone Manufacturing Company. (See 

Beadle, George W., assignor.) 
Columbia Graphophone Manufacturing Company. (See 

de Stubner., Emile, assignor.) 
Columbia Graphophone Manufacturing Company. (See 

Goldstein, Charles E., assignor.) 
Columbia Graphophone Manufacturing Company. (See 

Hinckley, F. C, and Scully, assignors.) 
Columbia Graphophone Manufacturing Company. (See 

Hinckley, Frank C., assignor.) 
Columbia Graphophone Manufacturing Company. (See 

Kobn, Samuel, assignor.) 
Columbia Graphophone Manufacturing Company. (See 

Larson, Louis G. t assignor.) 
Columbia Graphophone Manufacturing Company. (See 

Lyle, M. E., Scully, and Capps, assignors.) 
Columbia Graphophone Manufacturing Company. (See 

Slattern, David L., assignor.) 



Columbia Graphophone Manufacturing Company. (See 
Reuboldt, John E., assignor.) 

Columbia Graphophone Manufacturing Company. (See 
Roberts, Theodore C, assignor.) 

Columbia Graphophone Manufacturing Company. (See 
Scully, John J., assignor.) 

Columbus Dental Manufacturing Company, The. (See Rob- 
inson, R. M., and McDonald, assignors.) 

Columbus McKinnon Chain Co., The. (See Dever, John 
V., assignor.) 

Cohen, James M., Yonkers, N. Y., and A. Lovvy, Newark, 
N. J., assignors to New York Engineering Company. 
Soot blower. No. 1,421,675 ; July 4. 

Colville, John G. (See Knight, Frederick, assignor.) 

Colvin. Cadet M., assignor to C & C Developing Company, 
Kansas City, Mo. Compensating device for reaction 
tubes. No. 1,428,323 ; Sept. 5. 

Colvin, Charles H., East Orange, N. J., assignor to The 
Sperry Gyroscope Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Magnetic 
compass. No. 1,431,776 ; Oct. 10. 

Combination Machine Company. (See Peterson, Jona- 
than, assignor.) 

Combination Machine Company. (See Thorn, James C, 
assignor.) 

Combo Manufacturing Company. (See Spadafora, Joseph, 
assignor.) 

Combs, George W., Leavenworth, Kans. Core machine. 
No. 1,424,341 ; Aug. 1. 

Combs, John K., Tipton Ford, Mo. Jig for concentrating 
ores. No. 1,415,428 ; May 9. 

Combs, Rill K., Marion, Ohio. Refrigerator. No. 
1,429,020 ; Sept. 12. 

Combustion Engineering Corporation. (See Skelly, John 
S., assignor.) 

Combustion Engineering Corporation. (See Van Brunt, 
John, assignor.) 

Combustion Specialty Company. (See Manhire, William 
J., assignor. I 

Comeau, Moses P., and A. A. Fredette, Chicopee Falls, 
Mass. Combined window-shade bracket and curtain- 
pole-supporting device. No. 1,412,923 ; Apr. 18. 

Comer, John J., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to C. R. Bennett, Kansas City, Mo. Moisture- 
proof receiver. No. 1,401,962 ; Jan. 3. 

Comer, Luther B., Fort Worth, Tex. Milk-sterilizing ap- 
paratus. No. 1,432,671 ; Oct. 17. 

Comezys, E. F. (See Davis, Scott J., assignor.) 

Comingore, Ross C, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Adjustable 
card holding. No. 1,412,168 ; Apr. 11. 

Comings, Darwin, Scranton, Pa. Sanitary breath deflector. 
No. 1,432,383 ; Oct. 17. 

Comings, H. Emerson. (See Burchett, Walter J., as- 
signor.) 

Comings, William R., Wimbledon Park, England. Hand 
embroiderer. No. 1,410,891 ; Mar. 28. 

Comins, Frank B., Newton, assignor to American Moisten- 
ing Company, Boston, Mass. Moisture-controlling de- 
vice. No. 1,410,999 ; Mar. 28. 

Comiskey, Michael E., Plymouth, Mass. Automobile orna- 
ment. No. 1,435,106; Nov. 7. 

Comment, Paul, assignor to Societe" Fabriques de Produits 
Chimiques de Thann et de Mulhouse, Mulhouse, Alsace, 
France. Manufacture of potassium sulphate and hy- 
drochloric acid. No. 1,417,887 ; May 30. 

Commercial Research Company, The. (See Hibbert, Har- 
old, assignor.) 

Commercial Wireless & Development Company. (See Prid- 
ham, E. S., and Jensen, assignors.) 

Commin, Frederick J., London, England. Treating pitch. 
No. 1,432,742 ; Oct. 24. 

Commonwealth Edison Company. (See Smith, Peter J., 
assignor.) 

Commonwealth Shoe & Leather Company. (See Jones, 
Paul, assignor.) 

Commonwealth Steel Company. (See Howard, Karl S., 
assignor.) 

Commonwealth Steel Company. (See Pflager, Harry M., 
assignor.) 

Commonwealth Steel Company. (See Sheehan, William 
M., assignor.) 

Commonwealth Steel Company. (See Westlake, Charles 
T.. assignor.) 

Compagnie des Forges et Acieries de la Marine et d' Home- 
court. (See Le Brun, Angelo P., assignor.) 

Compagnie des Forges et Acieries de la Marine et 
d'Homecourt. (See Rimailho, Emile, assignor.) 

Compagnie Generale D'Electricite. (See L'Evesque, Paul 
J., assignor.) 

Compagnie Internationale De Freinage (Systeme Luyers) 
Societe Anonyme. . (See Chandeson, Alfred H., as- 
signor.) 

Compagnie Manufacturers Marcalex. (See Linotte, Ma- 
thieu, assignor.) 

Composition Machinery Corporation. (See Burroughs, 
Charles F., assignor.) 

Compression-Loss Gage Company of Arizona. (See White, 
Morris C, assignor.) 

Compression Tube & Tire Co. (See Lobel, Herman, as- 
signor.) 

Compton, Andrew J., Trenton, N. J. Vehicle spring lubri- 
cator. No. 1,427,071 ; Aug. 22. 

Compton, Glenn A., Minneapolis, assignor to Northfield 
Iron Company, Northfield, Minn. Collapsible arch 
form. No. 1,424,342; Aug. 1. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Compton, Jerry A. (See Price, Albert O., assignor.) 

Compton, John T., Seabrook, Tex. Kat trap. No. 
1,435,806; Nov. 14. 

Computing Scale Company, The. (See Freed, Edward G., 
assignor.) 

Computing Scale Company, The. (See Locke, E. B., and 
Murray, assignors.) 

Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company. (See Odell, 
George W., assignor.) 

Comstock, Clark S.. Sr., East Orange, N. J. Slide. No. 
1,404,741 ; Jan. 31. 

Comstock, Clark S., Sr., East Orange, N. J. Garment 
buckle. No. 1,407,733 ; Feb. 28. 

Comstock, Daniel F., Brookline, assignor to Kalnius, Com- 
stock & Wescott, Incorporated, Boston, Mass. Photom- 
eter. No. 1,437,399; Dec. 5. 

Comstock, Jesse F., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Machine for form- 
ing armature coils. No. 1,437,887 : Dec. 5. 

Conant, Florence L., Yonkers, N. Y'. Ornamental building 
trimmings. No. 1,426,277 ; Aug. 15. 

Conant, Franklin N., Newburyport, Mass., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Chase-Shawmut Company. 
Renewable fuse. No. 1,422,419 ; July 11. 

Conant, Franklin N., Newburyport, Mass., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Chase-Shawmut Company. 
Renewable fuse. No. 1,422,420 ; July 11. 

Conant, Franklin N., Newburyport, Mass., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Chase-Shawmut Company. 
Electric fuse. No. 1,439,870 ; Dec. 26. 

Conaway, Charles W., et al. (See Musebeck, George E., 
assignor.) 

Concannou. William F., Bridgeport, Conn. Making scis- 
sors, shears, tweezers, and the like. No. 1,407,127 ; 
Feb. 21. 

Concentrators Limited. (See Ondra, Frank, assignor.) 

Concrete Piling Company. (See Bignell, Edward, assignor.) 

Conde, Frederic, et al. (See Walter, Frederick P., as- 
signor.) 

Conde\ Max, Berlin-Wilmersdoi'f, Germany. Race game. 
No. 1,406 155 : Feb. 7. 

Condensiie Company of America. (See Kendall, Donald 
S., assignor.) 

Condit, Ezekiel C. Silverton. Colo. Mine ventilator. 
No. 1,404,742 ; Jan. 31. 

Condit. Sears B. (See Burnham, George A., assignor.) 

Condit, Sears B. (See Chase, Philip H., assignor.) 

Condit, Sears B., Jr. (See Burnham, George A., as- 
signor. ) 

Condit, Sears B., jr. (See Cameron, Gordon, assignor.) 

Condley, Edward J.. Auburn,' N. Y. Fishing rod. No. 
1,409,282 ; Mar. 14. 

Condon Bros., Seedsmen. (See Condon, John R.. as- 
signor.) 

Condon, Ernest L., Medway, assignor to United Soda 
Fountain Company. Boston, Mass. Ice-chest construc- 
tion. No. 1,413,576 ; Apr. 25. 

Condon, Ernest L., Medway, assignor to United Soda 
Fountain Company, Boston. Mass. Detachable-cover 
construction. No. 1,415,148 : May 9. 

Condon, Ernest L., Medway, assignor to United Soda Foun- 
tain Company, Boston. Mass. Detachable-cover con- 
struction. No. 1,415,149 ; May 9. 

Condon, John R., Rockford, 111., assignor to Condon 
Bros., Seedsmen, Rockford, 111. Measuring and dis- 
pensing device. No. 1,411,000 : Mar. 28. 

Condon, Joseph P., et al. (See Morton, William C, as- 
signor.) 

Condon, Robert, Brooklyn. N. Y. Brush. No. 1,413,900 ; 
Apr. 25. 

Condon, Thomas J., Ayer, Mass. Swimming device. No. 
1,411,909 ; Apr. 4. 

Condy, Alice. Ashfleld, near Sydney, assignor to J. E. 
Bolger, Sydney. New South Wales. Australia. Kitchen 
utensil for broiling and toasting food. No. 1,422,835; 
July 18. 

Cone, Charles S., La Crosse, Wis. Stamp-vending ma- 
chine. No. 1,407,639; Feb. 21. 

Cone Company of America. (See Lewison, Lewis, as- 
signor.) (Reissue.) 

Cone, Lee E. H., Syracuse, N. Y., assignor to Dow Chemi- 
cal Company, Midland, Mich. Making phenylglycine 
bodies. No. 1,419,720 ; June 13. 

Cone, Milton, Richmond, Va., assignor to The Spotless Co., 
Inc. Chemical closet. No. 1,412.553 ; Apr. 11. 

Cone, Ralph R.. assignor to L. Will, Syracuse. N. Y. Elec- 
tric perforating appliance. No. 1,425,070; Aug. S. 

Cone, Thomas H. S.. Boundbrook.i N. J. Signal device. 
No. 1.434,096 ; Oct. 31. 

Coney, Rollin C. (See Funk, Hugo A., assignor.) 

Coney. William T.. assisrnor to The American Hardware 
Corporation. New Britain, Conn. Cylinder lock. No. 
1,434.483 ; Nov. 7. 

Congdon, Charles H., East Stroudsberg, Pa. Pitch pipe. 
No. 1,437,747 ; Dec. 5. 

Congdon, Ernest W.. jr., Glen Ridge, X. J. Self-righting 
post. No. 1,425,945 ; Aug. 15. 

Conger, Charles W., assignor of one-third to F. I;. 
Blakeley, Portland. Oreg. Electric lantern. (Reissue.) 
No. 15.317 ; Mar. 28. 

Conger. Herbert L., Los Angeles, Calif. Fastening device 
for shoes. No. 1,408.563; Mnr. 7. 

Conger, Thomas M., Elyria, Ohio. Resilient heel. No. 
1.440,060; Dec. 26. 

Congoleum Company. (See Jackson. Ralph 0.. assignor.) 



Conill, Fernan O., Port Jefferson, N. Y. Gun. No. 
1.405,291; Jan. 31. 

Conkey, Fred W. (See Jacobs, Charles F., assignor.) 

Conklin, Roscoe A., Chicago, 111. Plant box. No. 
1,405,568; Feb. 7. 

Conklin, Walter L. (See Miller, A. W., and Conklin.) 

Conkling, Cloud C. (See Boardman, C. S., and Conkling.) 

Conkling, Lucile C, executrix. (See Boardman, C. S., and 
Conkling.) 

Conley, Edwin J., New York. N. Y. Sealed metal re- 
ceptacle. No. 1.432,968 ; Oct. 24. 

Conley, Edwin J., New York, N. Y. Sealing foil and foil 
packages. No. 1,433,800 ; Oct. 31. 

Conley, Edwin J., New York, N. Y. Sealed foil package and 
forming the same. No. 1,433,801 ■ Oct. 31. 

Conley, J. M., Company. (See McCauley, Robert E., as- 
signor.) 

Conley, John M., assignor to D. R. Throop, Stockton, Calif. 
Scraper. No. 1,438,362; Dec. 12. 

Conley, Joseph M., Detroit, Mich., assignor of one-half 
to A. M. Bird, Megantic, Canada. Signal-flag sup- 
port. No. 1,435,807 ; Nov. 14. 

Conley, Victor H., Elizabeth, N. J. Sounding device. 
No. 1,405,292 ; Jan. 31. 

Conlon, Barbara, administratrix. (See Conlon, Charles.) 

Conlon, Charles, deceased, Springfield, N. Y., B. Conlon, 
administratrix. Mower attachment for agricultural im- 
plements. No. 1,411,001 ; Mar. 28. 

Conlon Electric Washer Co. (See Anderson, C. F., and 
Knapp, assignors.) 

Conlon, Walter J. (See Dienner, John A., assignor.) 

Conn, Joseph C, Boonton, N. J., assignor to Clipper Belt 
Lacer Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Apparatus for 
attaching belt hooks to belts and the like. No. 1,436,306 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Conn, Joseph C, Boonton, N. J. Apparatus for sharpen- 
ing cutting implements. No. 1,439,230 ; Dec. 19. 

Connecticut Electric Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Both, Ton.ies A., assignor.) 

Connecticut Electric Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Trumbull, Alexander H., assignor.) 

Connecticut Telephone & Electric Company, The. (See 
Donle, Harold P., assignor.) 

Connell, Edward F. and J. F., Florence, Mass. Stop 
motion. No. 1.423,398 ; July 18. 

Connell, John F. (See Connell, Edward F. and J. F.) 

Connell, Joseph P., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Man- 
hattan Briar Pipe Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Label. 
No. 1.406.541 ; Feb. 14. 

Connell, Mary, et al. (See Tracy, Laurence J., assignor.) 

Connelly, Alonzo, Topeka, Kans. Sanitary transmitter de- 
vice for telephones and dictaphones. No. 1,402,213 ; 
Jan. 3. 

Connelly, Alonzo, Topeka, Kans. Stove damper. No. 
1,402,214 ; Jan. 3. 

Connelly, Henry P. (See Kearns, W., and Connelly.) 

Connelly. John F., Springfield, 111. Oil dispenser. No. 
1,403,670 ; Jan. 17. 

Connelly. William C. Baltimore, Md. Valve. No. 
1,438,747 ; Dec. 12. 

Connely, Charles B., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Control system. No. 1,424,003 ; 
July 25. 

Conner, diaries E., Auburn Me . assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Cutting ma- 
chine. No. 1. 415. 021 : May 16. 

Conner. Edward A., Bridgeport, Cran., assignor to Ameri- 
can Chain Company, Inc. Central connecting member 
for horse overshoes No. 1,416.333; May 16. 

Conner. Lawrence E.. Jackson, Mich. Clutch mechanism. 
No. 1,415,150 ; May 9. 

Conner Magneto & Ignition, Limited. (See Puckette, 
Charles C„ assignor.) 

Conner, Merritt S.. Adelphi. Salford, England. Tele- 
phone receiver. No. 1,404,584 ; Jan. 24. 

Conner, Samuel D., La Fayette, Ind. Envelope. No. 
1,434,097 ; Oct. 31. 

Conners, Walter W., Elizabeth, N. J. Method and appara- 
tus for indicating the geographical location or move- 
ment of bodies. No. 1.432,384 ; Oct. 17. 

Conners. Walter W., Elizabeth, N. J. Liquid-level-condition 
warning system. No. 1,432,385 ; Oct. 17. 

Conners, Walter W., Elizabeth, N. J. Method and appara- 
tus for determining the actual location and actual move- 
ment of bodies. No. 1.433,070 ; Oct. 24. 

Conners, Walter W.. Elizabeth, N. J. Internal-combustion 
engine. No. 1,436.434; Nov. 21. 

Conners, Walter W.. Elizabeth, N. J. Method and appa- 
ratus for indicating the geographical location or move- 
ment of bodies. No. 1,437,400; Dec. 5. 

Connersville Blower Co., The. (See Houghton, Carl R., 
assignor.) 

Connery, James W., Kewanee, 111. Combined mail box 
and sign holder. No. 1,435,379 ; Nov. 14. 

Connery. William M.. Philadelphia, Pa. Flue and flue 
section. No. 1,416,334: May 10. 

Connolly, John M., Des Moines, Iowa. Automobile license- 
card holder. No. 1,440,061 ; Dec. 26. 

Connolly, Patrick. Brooklyn. N. Y. Fitting for tubs and 
sinks. No. 1.416.172 ; May 16. 

Connolly. Thomas ,T., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Lawn-mower 
sharpener. No. 1.426.548; Aug. 22. 

Connolly, William F., Farley, Iowa. Gate hinge. No. 
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Connor, David M., Anniston, Ala. Dishwashing appara- 
tus. No. 1,435,212 ; Nov. 14. 

Connor, Kirke W., Detroit, Mich. Method and apparatus 
for mixing colors. No. 1,403,4S5 ; Jan. 17. 

Connor, Mary, Holyoke, Mass. Child's harness. No. 
1,431,570; Oct. 10. 

Connor, Walter, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Lifting jack. 
No. 1,413,655 ; Apr. 25. 

Connors, Arthur H., Mullan, Idaho. Ore separator. No. 
1,407,258; Feb. 21. 

Connors, John F. (See Courtney, T. J., Quinn, and Con- 
nors. ) 

Conoid Candy Machine Company. (See Brigham, Nelson 
E., assignor.) 

Conover, Courtney, Philadelphia, Pa., and H. D. Gibbs, 
San Francisco, Calif. ; said Conover assignor to J. M. 
Selden, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture of anthruquinone. 
No. 1,417,367 ; May 23. 

Conow, Leonard, Corte Madera, assignor to J. J. Mazza, 
San Francisco, Calif. Oil burner. No. 1,426,361 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Conrad, Charles T., et al. (See McDonald, Angus, as- 
signor.) 

Conrad, Frank, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric and Manufacturing Company. Starting 
mechanism for internal-combustion engines. No. 
1,413,829 ; Apr. 25. 

Conrad, Frank, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company. Distributor for 
ignition apparatus. No. 1,417,717 ; May 30. 

Conrad, Frank, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company. Switching mecha- 
nism. No. 1,430,536 ; Oct. 3. 

Conrad, Frederick A. and J. L., Los Angeles, Calif. 
Cap gauge lor pneumatic tires. No. 1,422,256 ; July 11. 

Conrad, George B. (See Frantz, Albert D., assignor.) 

Conrad, Harry C, i\ al. (See Kennedy, James W., as- 
signor. I 

Conrad, Harry E., Newark, N. J. Section insulator and 
switch. No. 1,437,961 ; Dec. 5. 

Conrad. Henry S., trustee. (See Lundquist, Frank A., 
assignor.) 

Conrad, James L. (See Conrad, Frederick A. and J. L.) 

Conrad, K. S., Company, The. (See Harris, William A., 
assignor. ) 

Conrad, Kenneth S. (See Harris, William A., assignor.) 

Conrader, Rudolph, Erie, l'a. Pumping apparatus. ' No. 
1,421,409 ; July 4. 

Conrader, Rudolph, Erie, Pa. Method of and apparatus 
for operating oil wells. No. 1,431,777 ; Oct. 10. 

Conrader, Rudolph, Erie, Pa. Method of and apparatus 
for operating oil wells. No. 1,431,778 ; Oct. 10. 

Conrader, Rudolph, Erie, Pa. Method of treating oil wells 
and apparatus therefor. No. 1,431,779 ; Oct. 10. 

Conrath, George T., Bowling Green, Ohio. Stopcock. 
No. 1,416,173 : May 16. 

Conroy, Frank M., Caldwell, Idaho. Mold for use in pro- 
duction of fenceposts. No. 1,431,635. Oct. 10. 

Conroy, Peter .1., Scrantou, l'a. Rail-securing instrumen- 
tality. No. 1,418.286; June 6. 

Consolidated American Fastener Companies, Inc. (See 
Nelson, William, assignor.) 

Consolidated American Fastener Companies. (See Nor- 
mand, Henry S., assignor.) 

Consolidated American Fastener Companies, Inc. (See 
Smith, O. L., and Normand, assignors.) 

Constable, Arthur H., Penshurst, Kent, England. Seed- 
sowing machine. No. 1,436,946 ; Nov. 2S. 

Consolidated Car-Heating Company. (See Griffin, Percy 
M., assignor.) 

Consolidated Car-Heating Company. (See Hynes Lee P., 
assignor.) 

Consolidated Car Heating Company. (See Oakley, George, 
assignor. ) 

Consolidated Iron-Steel Manufacturing Company, The. 
(See Lehman, Joseph, assignor.) 

Consolidated Tool Works. (See Thompson, W., and Roy, 
assignors.) 

Constable, John P., assignor to New Jersey Patent Com- 
pany, West Orange, N. J. Driving connection. No. 
1.425,177; Aug. 8. 

Constable, Leopold C. (See Hutton, Lionel A. B., as- 
signor.) 

Constantine, Alphonse A., Jeffersonville, Ind., assignor to 
American Car and Foundry Compauy, New York, N. Y. 
Railway trapdoor lock mechanism. No. 1,432,233 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Constantino, -Frederick W., St. Annes-on-Sea, and T. G. 
Kay, Bolton, England. Drag device for spinning ma- 
chines. No. 1,414,688 ; May 2. 

Constantinesco, George, Weybridge, England. Sound-pro- 
ducing instrument operated bv internal-combustion en- 
gines. No. 1,409,081 ; Mar. 7. 

Constantinesco. George, Weybridge, England. Means for 
lubricating internal-combustion engines. No. 1,428,682; 
Sept. 12. 

Constantinesco, George, Weybridge, England. Sounding 
device actuated from internal-combustion engines. No. 
1,432,743; Oct. 24. 

Constantinesco, George, Weybridge, assignor to W. Had- 
don, London, England. Alternating liquid current mo- 
tor. No. 1,432,672; Oct. 17. 



Constantinesco, George, Weybridge, assignor to W. Had- 
don, London, England. Synchronous alternating liquid 
current motor. No. 1,432,673 ; Oct. 17. 

Construction Appliance Co., The. (See Hallett, Fred N., 
assignor. ) 

Contant, William A. (See Pease, Walter M., assignor.) 

Conte, Attilio, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Combined foun- 
tain pen and pencil holder. No. 1,404,012 ; Jan. 17. 

Come, Attilio, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Grater. No. 
1,415,315 ; May 9. 

Conter, Michael J., Park Ridge, 111. Bookmark. No. 
1,438,299 ; Dec. 12. 

Conti, James T. F., assignor to Societe Industrielle d'ln- 
struments de Precision, Paris, France. Suspension for 
balance plates. No. 1,424,239 ; Aug. 1. 

Conti, Marcelo, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Corn stripping 
ana husking machine. No. 1,410,168; Mar. 21. 

Conti, Marcelo, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Plow. No. 
1,425,401 ; Aug, 8. 

Continental Air Craft & Transportation Company. (See 
Leinweber, William H., assignor.) 

Continental Axle Company. (See Dondlinger, Eugene J., 
assignor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Assmann, Frank A., jr.. 
assignor.) 

Continental Can Company. (See Schaeffer, Millington, as- 
signor.) 

Continental Car Company of America. (See Stebbins, 
George H., assignor.) 

Continental Engineering Corporation. (See Buck, Wilmer 
G., assignor.) 

Continental Gas Compressing Corporation. (See Schill, 
E., and Woidick, assignors.) 

Continental Machinery Company. (See Clump, F. G., and 
Burrows, assignors. > 

Continental Mills, Inc. (See Lukens, Rinaldo A., as- 
signor.) 

Continental Motors Corporation. (See Olson, Charles W., 
assignor.) 

Continental Motors Corporation. (See Tobin, Benjamin 
P., jr., assignor.) 

Continental Salt and Chemical Company. (See Cun- 
ningham, C. A., Christensen, and Bartlett, assignors.) 

Continental Transport Company. (See Nilsson, Hjalmar, 
assignor.) 

Continuous Centrifugals Limited. (See Mauss, Wilhelm, 
assignor.) 

Continuous Centrifugal Separators Limited. (See Mauss, 
Wilhelm, assignor.) 

Continuous Cloth Towel Cabinet Co., Inc., of New York. 
(See Bowman, Wade W., assignor.) 

Continuous Process Coke Company. (See Helmholtz, 
Arthur W., assignor.) 

Continuous Reaction Company. (See Skelley, H. A., and 
Smith, assignors.) 

Continuous Reaction Company. (See Skelley, J. M., and 
Merson, assignors.) 

Converse, Clinton J., Bridgeport, Conn. Milling tool. No. 
1,423,192 ; July 18. 

Converse, Francis B., assignor to The Norwalk Tire and 
Rubber Company, Norwalk, Conn. Making tire casings. 
No. 1,420,623 ; June 27. 

Converse, Newton B., assignor of one-half to G. T. Cam- 
eron, San Francisco, Calif. Governor and indicator. 
No. 1,411,412 ; Apr. 4. 

Converse, Ray V., Kansas City, Mo. Shock absorber. No. 
1,415,799-; May 9. 

Convertible Clock Case Company, Inc. (See Simons, Ed- 
ward E., assignor.) 

Conveyors Corporation of America. (See Griffin, Lome 
A., assignor.) 

Conway, Earle E., et al., trustees. (See White, Frank C, 
assignor.) 

Conway, John J., and E. Koehler, assignors to The Acme 
Shear Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Coupon scissors. 
No. 1,436,755; Nov. 28. 

Conway, John W., Hartford, Conn. Automobile step. No. 
1,428,006 ; Sept. 5. 

Conway, Roy D., Chatham, N. J., assignor to W.-sfern 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Elec- 
tric regulator. No. 1,438,944 ; Dec. 19. 

Conway, Roy D., Chatham, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Elec- 
tric regulator. No. 1,438,945 ; Dec. 19. 

Conway, Roy D., Chatham, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Elec- 
tric regulator. No. 1,438,946 ; Dec. 19. 

Conway, Roy D., Chatham, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, X. Y. Elec- 
tric regulator. No. 1,438,947 ; Dec. 19. 

Conway, Wiley W., Humboldt, Ariz. Cotton gin. No. 
1,408,343 ; Feb. 28. 

Conwell, L. R. (See Jackson, Harvey F., assignor.) 

Conwell, Walter L., Montclair, and W. 1. Thomson, 
Newark, N. J. Generator driving. No. 1,439,797 ; 
Dec. 26. 

Conzi, Francesco, Genoa, Italy. Guiding and tracing ap- 
paratus for vehicles. No. 1.43G.237 ; Nov. 21. 

Coo, Thomas John, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Automo- 
bile lock. No. 1,419,227 ; June 13. 

Cook, Adolf F., New York. N. Y. Check dispenser. No. 
1,405,495 : Feb. 7. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Cook, Albert E., Evanston, and T. Van Tuyl, Kankakee, 
ill. ; said Van Tuyl assignor to said Cook. No. 
1,417,795 ; May 30. 

Cook, Albert E., Evanston, and T. Van Tuyl, Kankakee, 
111. ; said Van Tuyl assignor to said Cook. Interchange- 
able truck and tractor attachment. No. 1,417,796 ; 
May 30. 

Cook, Albert E., Evanston, and T. Van Tuyl, Kankakee, 
111. ; said Van Tuyl assignor to said Cook. Speed- 
changing gear. No. 1,417,797 ; May 30. 

Cook, Albert E., Evanston, and T. Van Tuyl, Kankakee, 
111. ; said Van Tuyl assignor to said Cook. Speed- 
change tractor attachment for automobiles. No. 
1,417,798; May 30- 

Cook, Albert E., Evanston, and T. Van Tuyl, Kankakee, 
111. ; said Van Tuyl assignor to said Cook. Spring- 
mounted tractor attachment. No. 1,417,799; May 30. 

Cook, Albert- E., Evanston, and T. Van Tuyl, Kankakee, 
III. ; said Van Tuyl assignor to said Cook. Oscillating 
axle mechanism. No. 1,417,800 ; May 30. 

Cook, Albert S., jr. (See Howard, Hasting P., assignor.) 

Cook, Alfred B., Stockton, assignor to Taylov-Mayhew 
Pump Co., San Francisco, Calif. Oscillating pump. 
No. 1,410,174; May 16. 

Cook, Arch M., and S. Mower, Spring Hill, Kans. Crank- 
shaft-truing device. No. 1,408,078 ; Feb. 28. 

Cook, Bernard, Roanoke, Va. Draft rigging. No. 1,432,536 ; 
Oct. 17. 

Cook, Carson C, Stockton, Calif. Soil-tilling machine. 
No 1,409,832; Mar. 14. 

Cook, Charles L., Louisville, Ky. Grinder. No. 1,422,035 ; 
July 4. 

Cook, Charles S., Maplewood, Mo. Stovepipe anchor. No. 
1,435,516; Nov. 14. 

Couk, Chester C, McMinnville, Tenn. Sound record. No. 
1,409,674; Mar. 14. 

Cook, Cleve A. (See Cook, Clifford S. and C. A.) 

Cook. Clifford S. and C. A., Sand Lake, Mich. Hose 
clamp. No. 1,406,443 ; Feb. 14. 

Cook, Clyde C. (See Frazier, George E., assignor.) 

Cook, David A., Lamont, Iowa. Milk-cooling device. No. 
1,427,443; Aug. 29. 

Cook, Edith A., Glenomaru, Otago, New Zealand. Cow 
milker. No. 1,417,801 ; May 30. 

Cook, Edward F., Freeport, N. Y. Settling and septic 
tank. No. 1,422,674 ; July 11. 

Cook Electric Company. (See Folds, George R., assignor.) 

Cook, Elmer E., Chicago, 111. Transmission mechanism. 
No. 1,433,071 ; Oct. 24. 

Cook, Frank B„ Company. (See Folds, George R., as- 
signor.) 

Cook. George E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Commutator. No. 
1,426,960; Aug. 22. 

Cook, George W., Tillamook, Oreg. Swing. No. 1,436,481 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Cook, Glen W. (See Davis, M. L., and Cook.) 

Cook, H. C., Co., The. (See Carter, Chapel S. and H. P., 
assignors.) 

Cook, Harry A., Dixon, Nebr. Level. No. 1,409.833 ; 
Mar. 14. 

Cook, Harry A., Dixon, Nebr. Plant waterer. No. 
1,424,157 ; Aug. 1. 

Cook. Harry L., Cincinnati, Ohio. Lifting jack. No. 
1.410,377 ; Mar. 21. 

Cook, Mrs. Ida, administratrix. (See Bartell, William L.) 

Cook, James L., Springfield, 111. Steering-system lock. 
No. 1,419,024 ; June 6. 

Cook, Jesse C, Jeffersonville, Ind., and H. E. Austin, as- 
signors to American Creosoting Company, Louisville, 
Ky. Bail for timber cars. No. 1,428,474 ; Sept. 5. 

Cook, John T., Newark, N. J. Internal-combustion motor. 
No. 1,403,736 ; Jan. 17. 

Cook, John W., Miami, Fla. Rock-cutting machine. No. 
1,430,493; Sept. 26. 

Cook, John W. D., London, England. Pipe wrench. No. 
1,426,362; Aug. 22. 

Cook, Lawrence E., San Francisco, Calif., assignor of one- 
fourth to H. Woodhouse, New York, N. Y., and one- 
fourth to J. A. Steinmetz, Philadelphia, Pa. Wind 
vane. No. 1,431,441 ; Oct. 10. 

Cook, Oman S., Fitchburg, assignor to Gale Box Machin- 
ery Company, West Fitchburg, Mass. Shook holder. 
No. 1,411,413 ; Apr. 4. 

Cook, Phillip H., Maricopa, assignor of one-third to W. V. 
Harrington and one-third to A. G. rotter, Oakland, 
Calif. Upripper. No. 1,435,451 ; Nov. 14. 

Cook, Richard, New York, N.Y. Rat trap. No. 1,427,784 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Cook, Russell M., and B. Grotta, Tamaqua, assignors to 
Atlas Powder Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Composition 
for detonators. No. 1,406,977 ; Feb. 21. 

Cook, Samuel T., London, Ontario, Canada. Pipe. No. 
.1,415,221 ; May 9. 

Cook, Stanley S. (See Parsons, C. A., and Cook.) 

Cook, Stanley S. (See Parsons, C. A., Cook, and Douglas.) 

Cook, Stanley S. (See Parsons, C. A., Carnegie, Bone, 

and Cook.) 
Cook, Thomas, Stalybridge, England. Baling press. No. 

1,426,819: Aug. 22. 
Cook, Thomas R., East Cleveland, assignor to Willard 

Storage Battery Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Storage 

battery. No. 1,411,414; Apr. 4. 



Cook, Thomas R., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Union Battery Company, Swissvale, Pa. Terminal struc- 
ture for electric batteries. No. 1,411,988 ; Apr. 4. 

Cook, Thomas R., and P. E. Norris, Pittsburgh, assignors 
to Westinghouse Union Battery Company, Swissvale, 
Pa. Terminal structure for electric batteries. No. 
1,411,989 ; Apr. 4. 

Cook, Wallace L., Chicago, Hi. Protector. No. 1,435,213 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Cook, Walter G., Watertown, Mass. Artificial comb and 
producing same. No. 1,427,149 ; Aug. 29. 

Cook, Walter H., New Orleans, "La. Electric illumination. 
No. 1,417,457 ; May 23. 

Cook, Willard B., New Rochelle, N. Y. Moving-picture ma- 
chine. No. 1,404,013 ; Jan. 17. 

Cook, William E.. Minneapolis, Minn. Hitch. No. 
1,404.928 ; Jan. 31. 

Cook, William E., Minneapolis, Minn. Trailer hitch for 
harvesters and the like. No. 1,418,700 ; June 6. 

Cook, William E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
Peerless Insulated Wire and Cable Company, New 
York, N. Y. Making insulated wire. No. 1,415,151 ; 
May 9. 

Cook, William E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
Peerless Insulated Wire and Cable Company, New 
York, N. Y. Making insulated wire. No. 1,415,152 ; 
May 9. . 

Cook, William E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
Peerless Insulated Wire and Cable Company, New 
York, N. Y. Making insulated wire. No. 1,415,153 ; 
May 9. 

Cook, William E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
Peerless Insulated Wire and Cable Company, New 
York, N. Y. Making insulated wire. No. 1,415,154 ; 
May 9. 

Cook, William E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
Peerless Insulated Wire and Cable Company, New 
York, N. Y. Making insulated wire. No. 1,415,155 ; 
May 9. 

Cook, William E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
Peerless Insulated Wire and Cable Company, New 
York, N. Y. Making insulated wire. No. 1,415,156 ; 
May 9. 

Cook, William P., Laramie, Wyo. Tester. No. '1,422,742 ; 
July 11. 

Cooke, Arthur G., county of Middlesex, England. Gauging 
apparatus. No. 1,424,556 ; Aug. 1. 

Cooke, Charles J., Washington, D. C. Airship. No. 
1,426,047 ; Aug. 15. 

Cooke, Charles J., Hong Kong, China. Ordnance. No. 
1,434,044 ; Oct. 31. 

Cooke, Frank V., Detroit, Mich. Vehicle spring. No. 
1,421,410 ; July 4. 

Cooke, Frank V., assignor to K. B. Goddard, Detroit, 
Mich. Vehicle spring construction. No. 1,429,902 ; 
Sept. 19. 

Cooke, George W., Jamaica, assignor to Vacuum Oil 
Company, New York, N. Y. Dispensing faucet. No. 
1,405,099 ; Jan. 31. 

Cooke, James H, Hartford, Conn. Chain. No. 1,421,915 ; 
July 4. 

Cooke, James N., assignor to Pittsburgh Can Company, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Can. No. 1,431,218 ; Oct. 10. 

Cooke, Richard T., Indianapolis, Ind. Power-transmission 
mechanism. No. 1,422,929 ; July 18. 

Cooke, Sidney V. (See Ionides, A. C, jr., and Cooke.) 

Cookson, William S., Taiping, Perak, Straits Settlements, 
assignor to L. M. Smith, Maunawai, Honolulu, Hawaiian 
Islands. Manufacturing neutral coconut oil. No. 
1,407,930 ; Feb. 28. 

Coolbaugh, Melville F., Golden, Colo. The purification of 
sulphur-bearing gases and concentration of their sul- 
phur content. No.. 1,412,452 ; Apr. 11. 

Cooley, Charley A. (See Parrish, G. L., and Cooley, as- 
singors.) 

Cooley, Claude, Lucerne, Mo. Haystacker. No. 1,424,158; 
Aug. 1. , 

Cooley, Fred W., Minneapolis, Minn. Tone modifier for 
phonographs. No. 1,423,832 ; July 25. 

Cooley, Frederick A., West McHenry, 111. Manufacturing 
feed for live stock and poultry. No. 1,409,998 ; Mar. 21. 

Cooley, George T., Joplin, Mo. , Concentrator. No. 
1.429,845 ; Sept. 19. 

Cooley, Ralph M., St. Paul, Minn. Pavement. No. 
1,411,415 ; Apr. 4. 

Cooley, Roswell P., assignor to Vapor Car Heating Com- 
pany, Inc., Chicago, 111. Valve. No. 1,422,178 ; July 11. 

Cooley & Marvin Company. (See Kent, Robert W., as- 
signor.) 

Coolidge, Guy C, Seattle, Wash. Milk pail. No. 1,428,475 ; 
Sept. 5. 

Coolidge, William D. (See Hotaling, G., and Coolidge.) 

Coolidge, William D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. X-ray apparatus. No. 1,408,989 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Coolidge, William D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. X-ray-tube shield. No. 1,437,290 ; 
Nov. 28. 

Coolman, Colonel E. (See Gillian, I. T., and Coolman.) 

Coombes, William, Hyson Green, Nottingham, England. 
Twist-lace machine. No. 1,418,130; May 30. 

Coombs, George O., Providence, R. I., assignor to Paper 
Products Machine Company, Boston, Mass. Carpet 
and rug package. No. 1,405,188 ; Jan. 31. 



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Coombs, Milton C, assignor to Fraser Tablet Company, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Nursing-bottle cap. No. 1,435,214 ; 
Nov. 14. 

Cooney, Albert E., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Dodge Broth- 
ers. Elevating truck. No. 1,403,486 ; Jan. 17. 

Cooney, Albert E., assignor to Dodge Brothers, Detroit, 
Mich. Automobile support. No. 1,436,435 ; Nov. 21. 

Coons, Burton C, Rochester, N. Y. Paring machine. 
No. 1,480,628 ; Oct. 3. 

Coous, Herbert E., Harpursville, N. Y. Oven. No. 
1,403,012 ; Jan. 10. 

Cooper, Alexander J., et al., executors. (See Barratt, Wil- 
liam T., assignor.) 

Cooper, Allyn R., Marshalltown, Iowa. Controlling de- 
vice. No. 1,432,537 ; Oct. 17. 

Cooper, Annie, et al., executors. (See Barratt, William T., 
assignor.) 

Cooper, Augustus S., Santa Barbara, Calif. Carbon black 
and producing same. No. 1,423,193 ; July 18. 

Cooper, Charles H. (See Crane, Ernest W., assignor.) 

Cooper, Charles M., Oklahoma, Okla. Car door. No. 
1,420,909 ; June 27. 

Cooper, Charles W. (See Morris, Pratt C, assignor.) 

Cooper, Ellis W., New York, N. Y. Printing press. No. 
1,428,080 ; Sept. 5. 

Cooper, Francis W., and H. Steadworthy, Montreal, Que- 
bec, Canada. Anchor and clip for rails and the like 
No. 1,422,340; July 11. 

Cooper, (jieorge G.. Hillsboro, 111. Trolley guard. No. 
1.416,398 ; May 16. 

Cooper, Grace (now by marriage Grace Cooper North), 
New York, N. Y. Brassiere. No. 1,434,944 ; Nov. 7. 

Cooper, Horace C, assignor of one-half to D. N. Stewart, 
Ardmore, Okla. Fishing tool. No. 1.415.995 ; May 16. 

Cooper, Isaiah C. G., Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. 
Batten mold particularly for use in shipbuilding. No. 
1,428,942; Sept. 12. 

Cooper, Isidor, Brooklyn. N. Y. Water-supply-faucet at- 
tachment. No. 1,434,945 ; Nov. 7. 

Cooper, J. Frank, and C. H. Zimmerman, assignors to The 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Para- 
chute. No. 1,412,800 ; Apr. 11. 

Cooper, James D., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Railway 
switch. No. 1,422,836; July 18. 

Cooper, James F., Hannibal, Mo. Collapsible bed and 
tent for automobiles. No. 1,404,930 ; Jan. 31. 

Cooper, James F., Hannibal, Mo. Collapsible bed and tent 
for automobiles. No. 1,413,098 ; Apr. 18. 

Cooper, James F., Hannibal, Mo. Collapsible automobile 
bed. No. 1,418,287 ; June 6. 

Cooper, Joseph H., Chicago, 111. Apparatus for burning 
comminuted fuel. No. 1,413,323 ; Apr. 18. 

Cooper, Leonard J., Springville, N. Y. Velocipede. No. 
1.404.274; Jan. 24. 

Cooper, Lester W., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Switchboard call- 
signal apparatus and circuits. No. 1,427,725 ; Aug. 29. 

Cooper. Matthew O., New York, N. Y. Quoin. No. 
1.434,875; Nov. 7. 

Cooper, Robert L., assignor to T. .Sebald, Middletown, 
Ohio. Key-ring holder. No. 1,414,181 ; Apr. 25. 

Cooper, Sidney R., assignor to U. S. Ball Bearing Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago. 111. Ball retainer. No. 
1,412,453; Apr. 11. 

Cooper, Simon. (See Koppelman, M., and Cooper.) 

Cooper, Simon, Brooklyn, N. Y. Labeling machine. No. 
1,433,874 ; Oct. 31. 

Cooper, Simon, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Colortype Company, Newark, N. J. Sheet-assembling 
machine. No. 1,414,010 ; Apr. 25. 

Cooper, Simon, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Speedaumatic 
Company. Feeding mechanism. No. 1,428,324 ; Sept. 5. 

Cooper, Simon. Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Menasha 
Wooden Ware Co., Menasha, Wis. Bailing machine. 
No. 1,439.504: Dec. ID. 

Cooper, Simon, New York, N. Y., assignor to The Franklin 
Baker Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Method and appara- 
tus for cracking nuts. No. 1,439,694 ; Dec. 26. 

Cooper, Thomas L., and J. C. Todman, London. England ; 
said Cooper assignor of his entire rights to Richard J. H. 
Rvall. Kew, England. Dynamo-electric machine. No. 
1,408,931 : Mar. 7. 

Cooper, Thomas W., Montclair, N. J. Lens. No. 1,425,452 ; 
Aug. 8. 

Cooper, William F., Chicago, 111. Player piano. No. 
1.439.148; Dec. 19. 

Co-Operative Utilities' Co., Inc. (See Knapp, David R., 
assignor.) 

Cooperman, Arthur. (See Hnckett. Bert G., assignor.) 

Coopersmith, Rudolph. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Combi- 
nation furniture. No. 1.426,463; Aug. 22. 

Coopersmith, Rudolph, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, assignor 
of one-half to A. Ruche, Philadelphia, Pa. Folding bed. 
No. 1,432.053; Oct. 17. 

Coote, William G., Nvabing, Western Australia, Australia. 
Cream separator. No. 1,433,342 ; Oct. 24. 

Cope, Carson C assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
Windsor Manufacturing Companv, Windsor, Colo. Hay- 
stacker. No. 1,421.175 ; June 27. 

Cope, Joseph H., Denver, Colo. Haystacker. No. 
1,436.014; Nov. 21. 

Cope, Joseph H., Denver, assignor to The Windsor Man- 
ufacturing Company, Windsor, Colo. Haystacker. No. 
1.426,961 ; Aug. 22. 



Copeland, Charles H. (See Shoemaker, Thomas P., as- 
signor.) 

Copeland, Edward F., New York, N. Y. Lawn mower. No. 
1,403,895 ; Jan. 17. 

Copeland, Walter M., Cambridge, Mass. Lubricator for 
valve mechanisms.. No. 1,414,934; May 2. 

Copelin, Leonard S., Seal Beach, Calif. Rotary mud. 
No. 1,411,164 ; Mar. 28. 

Coplin, Le Roy, Windber, Pa. Stop mechanism for talking 
machines. No. 1,402,574 ; Jan. 3. 

Copeman, Lloyd G., Flint, Mich. Refrigerating apparatus. 
No. 1,409,283 ; Mar. 14. 

Copeman, Lloyd G., assignor to Edwin W. Atwood, Flint, 
Mich. Refrigerating apparatus. No. 1,412,775 ; Apr. 11. 

Copeman, Lloyd G., assignor to E. W. Atwood, Flint, 
Mich. Refrigerating apparatus. No. 1,415,922 ; 
May 16. 

Copeman, Lloyd G., assignor to E. W. Atwood, Flint, 
Mich. Refrigerating apparatus. No. 1,430,153 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Copeman, Lloyd G., assignor to E. W. Atwood, Flint, 
Mich. Refrigerating apparatus. No. 1,430,154 ; 
Sept. 26. 

Coplan, Archibald H., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Alloy. 
No. 1,433,180 ; Oct. 24. 

Copley, Charles H., Springfield, Mo., assignor of one-half 
to C. N. Nichols, New York, N. Y. Electric trolley car. 
No. 1,417,502; May 30. 

Coplin Le Roy, Windber, Pa. Automatic nonset stop for 
talking machines. No. 1,415,800 ; May 9. 

Copoll, Steven C, Los Angeles, Calif. Measuring attach- 
ment for sewing machines. No. 1,427,676 ; Aug. 29. 

Coppens d'Eeckenbrugge, Baron Emmanuel, Brussels, 
Belgium. Fishing tackle. No. 1,405,300 • Jan. 31. 

Copony, Alfred, assignor to Copony Auto Loading Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Automobile decking device. No. 
1,433,261 ; Oct. 24. 

Copeman, Lloyd G., assignor to E. W. Atwood, Flint, 
Loading Company. Construction for loading automo- 
biles in freight cars. (Reissue.) No. 15,500 ; Dec. 5. 

Copony Auto-Loading Company. (See Copony, Alfred, 
assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Copp, Charles H., Elberta, Mich. Draftless truck. No. 
1,43S,901 ; Dec. 12. 

Copp, Ralph, St. Louis, Mo. Piston ring. No. 1,434,591 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Coppage, William R., Washington, D. C. Apparatus for 
receiving mail from and delivering it to aeroplanes 
while in flight. No. 1,440,279 ; Dec. 26. 

Coppus Engineering and Equipment Company. (See Carl- 
son, Axel W., assignor.) 

Coppus Engineering and Equipment Company. (See Cop- 
pus, Frans H. C, assignor.) 

Coppus, Frans H. C. Worcester, Mass. Automatic stoker 
construction for furnaces. No. 1,405,189 ; Jan. 31. 

Coppus, Frans H. C, assignor to Coppus Engineering and 
Equipment Company, Worcester, Mass. Turbine-driven 
blower. No. 1,427,150 ; Aug. 29. 

Copthorne, Howard N., Chicago. 111. Zinc coating metal 
surfaces and zinc paint therefor. No. 1,439,610 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Coradi, Oswald, and H. Graf-Buchler, Zurich, Switzerland. 
Magnetic chuck. No. 1,412,776 ; Apr. 11. 

Corado, Charles E., Wipripeg, Manitoba, Canada. Hy- 
drocarbon burner. No. 1,413,968 ; Apr. 25. 

Corado, Charles E., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Hydro- 
carbon burner. No. 1,422,930 ; July 18. 

Corado, Edward C, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Hydro- 
carbon burner. No. 1,404.343 : Jan. 24. 

Corbe, Israel, Cleveland, Ohio. Trousers stretcher and 
presser. No. 1,428,274 ; Sept. 5. 

Corbe, Joseph, assignor to Robert H. Simpers, Washing- 
ton, D. C. Illuminating device for sewing machines. 
■No. 1,418,822 ; June 13. 

Corbella, Gaetono, and G. Longoni, Milan, Italy. Valve- 
controlling mechanism. No. 1,414,624 ; May 2. 

Corbett, Claude M., Port Arthur, Tex. Locking device. 
No. 1,423,194 ; July 18. 

Corbett, Martin S., Glassboro, N. J. Automobile tire. 
No. 1,430,436; Sept. 26. 

Corbett, Sewell M., Honolulu, Hawaii. Fastener. No. 
1,424,803; Aug. 8. 

Corbett, William J., Wolverhampton, England. Spherical 
globe. No. 1,409.082 ; Mar. 7. 

Corbin, Charles B., Grand Rapids, Mich. Garment-hanger 
bracket. No. 1,415,316; May 9. 

Corbitt, Lester J., Detroit, Mich. Indicator lock. No. 
1,421,411 ; July 4. 

Corby, Sydney F. (See Doulton, II. L., Corby, and 
Pleace. ) 

Corcoran, Cornelius B., assignor to Underwood Typewriter 
Company, New York, N. Y. Typewriter support. No. 

1.418.701 ; June 6. 

Corcoran, Cornelius B., assignor to Underwood Typewriter 
Company, New York, N. Y. Typewriting machine. No. 

1.433.702 ; Oct. 31. 

Corcoran, Cornelius B., assignor to Underwood Typewriter 

Company, New York, N. Y. Typewriting machine. No. 

1,433,984 ; Oct. 31. 
Corcoran, Cornelius B., assignor to Underwood Typewriter 

Company, New York, N. Y. Typewriting machine. No. 

1,434,045; Oct. 31. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Corcoran, Cornelius B., assignor to Underwood Typewriter 
Company, New York, N. Y. Typewriting machine. No. 
1,434,046; Oct. 31. 

Corcoran, Daniel P., Gridlev, Calif. Gradometer. No. 
1,422,743; July 11. 

Corcoran, Thomas J. (See Kuen, Eugene A., assignor.) 

Corcoran, Thos. J., Lamp Co., The. (See Church, Frank 
S., assignor.) 

Corcoran, Thos. J., Lamp Co., The. (See Kuen, Eugene 
A., assignor.) 

Corcoran Victor Company, The. (See Diesel, C. J., and 
Jackson, assignors.) 

Corcoran-Victor Company, The. (See Macneale, Neil, 
assignor.) 

Corder, A r ance S., Detroit, Mich. Lid for jars of steam 
tables. No. 1.431,288; Oct. 10. 

Cordlev. Henry G. (See Long, G. R., and Cordley.) 

Cordley, Henry G., Glen Ridge, N. J., and G. R. Long, Wa- 
terbury, Conn. Measuring and display dispensing de- 
vice. No. 1,433,939 ; Oct. 31. 

Cordley & Hayes. (See Long, G. R., and Cordley, as- 
signors.) 

Cordum, Henry R., Gillespie, 111. Can perforator. No. 
1,432.840 ; Oct. 24. 

Cordwell, William, and D. Barker, Manchester, England. 
Cotton-combing machine. No. 1,430,286 ; Sept. 26. 

Corell, Martin. (See Kranzelin, G., and Corell. ) 

Coressey, Theodore, also known as T. N. Koressios. de- 
ceased, London, by N. G. Ballewitch, executrix, Barnes, 
England. Distance-measuring apparatus for vehicles. 
No. 1,407,986; Feb. 28. 

Corey, Elmer O., Norwood, Ohio. Forcer steam valve. 
No. 1,428,144 ; Sept. 5. 

Corey, Fred W., Tilton. N. H. Knitting-machine needle 
and making same. No. 1,425,239 ; Aug. 8. 

Corey, Fred W.. Tilton, N. H. Knitting-machine latch 
needle. No. 1,433,123 ; Oct. 24. 

Corey, James A., London, England. Printing surface. 
No. 1,426,549 ; Aug. 22. 

Cork, Tudor C, assignor to American Car and Foundry 
Company, New York, N. Y. Railway trapdoor lock 
mechanism. No. 1,405,496 ; Feb. 7. 

Corkell, Thomas W., Chicago, III. Regulator for gas- 
hoater burners. No. 1,406,614; Feb. 14. 

Corle, George F., Bolton, Kans. Animal trap. No. 
1,415,801 ; May 9. 

Corlert, Hubert S„ Douglas, Isle of Man. Truck. No. 
1,405,293 ; Jan. 31. 

Corlin, Vilhelm A. J., Nakskov, Denmark. Automatic-act- 
ing alarm-clock switch. No. 1,411,910 ; Apr. 4. 

Corliss Carbon Company. (See Siebenmorgan, William, as- 
signor.) 

Cormack, William. New York, N. Y. Escalating vehicle. 
No. 1,434.682; Nov. 7. 

Cormack, William C, Chicago, 111. Band-saw brazing 
clamp. No. 1,407,188 ; Feb. 21. 

Corn Products Refining Company. (See Brindle, R. G., 
and Flint, assignors.) 

Corn Products Refining Company. (See Merrill, Joseph 
J., assignor.) 

Corn Products Refining Company. (See Spain, William, 
assignor.) 

Cornells, Jean, Liege, Belgium. Screw-cutting machine. 
No. 1,434,430 ; Nov. 7. 

Cornelison, Robert W., Somerville, N. J., assignor to 
Schaeffer & Budenberg Mfg. Co.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Re- 
cording instrument. No. 1,433,985 ; Oct. 31. 

Cornelius, Arthur J., Butler, Pa. Parachute drop. No. 
1,435,808 ; Nov. 14. 

Cornell, Charles G., Jr., New York, N. Y. Farming die. 
No. 1,420,970 ; June 27. 

Cornell, Edwin L., Willesden, England. Supporting de- 
vice for use in darning. No. 1,414,182 ; Apr. 25. 

Cornell, Enoch W. (See Wright, D. C, and Cornell.) 

Cornell, Leonard B., Spokane, Wash. Pin-fastening. No. 
1,405,761 ; Feb. 7. 

Cornell. Milton L. (See Weill, M. K., and Cornell.) 

Cornelsen, Henry. (See Rietzke, Adolph A., assignor.) 

Cornira. Martin V., Chicago. 111. Circuit-interrupting 
mechanism. No. 1,429,062: Sept. 12. 

Cornick, Tullv R., Petaluma, Calif. Automobile lock sys- 
tem. No. 1,435. S09 ; Nov. 14. 

Corning Glass Works. (See Bailey, James, assignor.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Churchill, William, assignor. 1 

Corning Glass Works. (See Gray, D. E., and Bardrof, 
assignors.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Gray, David E., assignor.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Said. Jesse M.. assignor.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Sullivan, E. C, and Taylor, 
assignors.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Taylor, W. C, and Gage, 
assignors.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Taylor, William C, assignor.) 

Corning Glass Works. (See Travis, Herbert J., assignor.) 

Corning Glnss Works. (See Weisenberger, Jacob, as- 
signor.) 

Cornish, Henry B., Liverpool, England. Electric switch. 
No. 1,420,472 ; June 20. 

Cornocfc, William A., assignor of one-half to W. I. Burke, 
Lowell, Mass. Boiler. No. 1,412.801 ; Apr. 11. 

Cornog, Adelaide V. E., et al. (See Spicer, John P., 
assignor.) 

Cornog, Albin H., et al. (See Spicer, John P., assignor.) 



Cornwall, Frederick R., assignor to Williams Patent 
Crusher and Pulverizer Company, St. Louis, Mo. Re- 
ducing-mill hammer. No. 1,403,013 ; Jan. 10. 

Cornwell, Elmer E., and J. H. McCready, Okmulgee, 
Okla. Burner. No. 1,405,100; Jan. 31. 

Cornwell, Elmer E„ and J. H. McCready, Okmulgee, 
Okla. Burner. No. 1,405,101 ; Jan. 31. 

Corona Manufacturing Company, The. (See Schlinglof, 
Frank C, assignor.) 

Corona Typewriter Company. (See Armstrong, F. IL, 
and Harmon, assignors.) 

Corona Typewriter Company. (See Armstrong, Frank H., 
assignor.) 

Corona Typewriter Company. (See Bridges, Lewis B., 
assignor.) 

Corona Typewriter Company. (See Harmon, Edwin L., 
assignor.) 

Corona Typewriter Company, Inc. (See Marsh, Kenneth 
E., assignor.) 

Corporon, George J., Amesbury, Mass. Shock absorber. 
No. 1,437,291 ; Nov. 28. 

Corpstein, Roman M., Dubuque, Iowa. Combination carry- 
ing case and camping table. No. 1,426,962 ; Aug. 22. 

Corrado, Vincent. (See Delia, E., and Corrado.) 

Corral], Herbert, Helensburgh, and B. A. Stevens, Clyde- 
bank, Scotland, assignors to The Singer Manufacturing 
Company. Feeding mechanism for sewing machines. 
No. 1,414,625 ; May 2. 

Correia, Joao N., assignor to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telegraph. No. 
1,434,773 ; Nov. 7. 

Correll, Percy E., Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. 
Reflector. No. 1,413,315 ; Apr. 18. 

Correll, Percy E., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 
Optical projection apparatus applicable particularly to 
optical projection lanterns, cinematograph projectors, 
and the like. No. 1,430,494 ; Sept. 26. 

Correll, Percy E., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 
Embellishing glass. No. 1,437,131 ; Nov. 28. 

Corrigan, Charles A., New York, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Barber-Colman Company, Rock- 
ford, 111. Textile machine. No. 1,430.629 ; Oct. 3. 

Corrigan, Clyde S., Norwood, Ohio. Deep-well reamer. 
No. 1.406.34S; Feb. 14. 

Corrigan, Clyde S„ Norwood, Ohio. Deep-well enlarging 
and cistern-making machine. No. 1,406,349; Feb. 14. 

Corrigan, Clyde S., Norwood, Ohio. Holding device for 
deep-well machines. No. 1,406,350; Feb. 14. 

Corrigan, Clyde S., New York, N. Y. Control bracket 
gear for deep-well enlarging and cistern-making ma- 
chines. No. 1,400,351; Feb. 14. 

Corrigan, John P., Minneapolis, Minn. Means for operat- 
ing explosive engines by hydrogen gas. No. 1,438,984 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Corrigan, Thomas J., Houghton Lake, Mich. Bushing-re- 
moving device. No. 1,403,546 ; Jan. 17. 

Corsan, John T., London, England. Paper weight and ab- 
sorbent blotter. No. 1,408,344 ; Feb. 28. 

Corsini, Atilio, Detroit, Mich. Torpedo guard. No. 
1,405,294 ; Jan. 31. 

Corson, Alfred M., Madison, Me. Measuring and dispens- 
ing device. No. 1,411,990; Apr. 4. 

Corson, Isaac S., Great Falls, Mont. Weed burner. 
No. 1,410,659 ; Mar. 28. 

Cortese, Frank, New Brunswick, N. J. Bed attachment. 
No. 1,422,744 ; July 11. 

Cortez, Gip, Tipton. Calif. Restraining apparatus. No. 
1,417,230 ; May 23. 

Corum. Clinton. (See Swains, C. S., and Corum.) 

Corwiu. Frank E.. assignor to The National Oil Purifier 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Oil purifier. No. 1,404,931 ; 
Jan. 31. 

Corwin, Howard D. tSee Fox, W. R., and Corwin.) 

Corwin, Ira E., Jerome, Ariz. Tire lock for locomotive 
wheels. No. 1,430,215 ; Sept. 26. 

Cory, Charles, & Son, Incorporated. (See Grierson, Paul 
$5., assignor.) 

Cory, Charles, & Son, Incorporated. (See Herrmann, 
Charles, assignor.) 

Cory, Charles, & Son, Incorporated. (See Wood, Frank 
W., assignor.) 

Cory, Charles B., Chicago, 111. Universal putting disk. 
No. 1.417,458: May 23. 

Cory, Chas., & Son Incorporated. (See Grierson, P. S., 
and Mead, assignors.) 

Cory, Harvey, and O. D. Gray, Chicago, 111. Friction 
lining. No. 1,421,412 ; July 4. 

Coryell. Amelia, Denver, Colo. Toilet-article case. No. 
1,420,523 ; June 20. 

Coryell, William C, Youngstown, Ohio. Grinding ma- 
chine. No. 1,402,215 ; Jan. 3. 

Coryell, William C, assignor to The Power Engineering 
Company, Youngstown, Ohio. Grinding machine. No. 
1,401,961 ; Jan. 3. 

Cos Process Company, The. (See Chase, M. F., and 
Pierce, assignors.) 

Cosby, James L., Albuquerque, N. Mex. Railway track. 
No. 1,415,802 ; May 9. 

Coseo, Frederick C, assignor to The Jeffrey Manufactur- 
ing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Coil retainer. No. 
1,414,773; May 2. 

Cosgray, Mark C, assignor to The Matthews Boat Com- 
pany, Port Clinton, Ohio. Electric system. No. 
1,404,932 ; Jan. 31. 



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Cosgrove-Cosgrove Co. (See Cosgrove, Joseph J., as- 
signor.) 

Cosgrove, John P., and W. J. O'Neill, Orange, N. J. 
Changeable sign. No. 1,411,416 ; Apr. 4. 

Cosgrove, John W., Medford, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Sole- 
molding press. No. 1,407,128; Feb. 21. 

Cosgrove, Joseph J., Rutherford, N. J., assignor to Cos- 
grove-Cosgrove Co., New York, N. Y. Water-closet con- 
nection. No. 1,407,734 ; Feb. 28. 

Coski, Herman, Chicago, 111. Latch for traveling bags. 
No. 1,403,014 ; Jan. 10. 

Cosman, Nathan G. (See MacKenzie, P., and Cosman.) 

Cosper, Fred B. F Seattle, Wash. Automobile bed. No. 
1,417,802 ; May 30. 

Cossey, John C. G. (See Mitchell, J., and Cossey.) 

Cossitt, Malcolm L., Alameda, Calif., assignor to Manifold 
Impressions Corporation, Carson City, Nev. Manifold- 
ing attachment for typewriting machines and the like 
No. 1,407,931 ; Feb. 28. 

Cossitt, Malcolm L., Alameda, Calif., assignor to Manifold 
Impressions Corporation, Carson City, Nev. Manifold- 
ing attachment for typewriters. No. 1,407,932 ; Feb. 28. 

Cossitt, Malcolm L., Alameda, Calif., assignor to Manifold 
Impressions Corporation, Carson City, Nev. Manifold- 
ing attachment for typewriters. No. 1,407,933 ; Feb. 28. 

Cossitt, Malcolm L., Alameda, Calif., assignor to Manifold 
Impressions Corporation, Carson City, Nev. Manifold- 
ing attachment for typewriters. No. 1,407,934 ; Feb. 28. 

Cossitt, Malcolm L., Alameda, Calif., assignor to Manifold 
Impressions Corporation, Carson City, Nev. Manifold- 
ing attachment for typewriters. No. 1,407,935 : Feb. 28. 

Cossitt, Malcolm L., Alameda, Calif., assignor to Manifold 
Impressions Corporation, Carson City, Nev. Manifold- 
ing attachment for typewriters. No. 1,408,345 ; Feb. 28. 

Cossitt, Malcolm L., Alameda, Calif, assignor to Manifold 
Impressions Corporation, Carson City, Nev. Ribbon at- 
tachment especially adapted for typewriters. No. 
1,418,624 ; June 6. 

Cossitt, Malcolm L., Alameda, Calif., assignor to Manifold 
Impressions Corporation, Carson City, Nev. Photo- 
graphic-printing machine. No. 1,421.413 ; July 4. 

Cossitt. Malcolm L., Alameda, Calif., assignor to Manifold 
Impressions Corporation. Carson City, Nev. Manifold- 
ing attachment for typewriters. No. 1,432,156 ; Oct. 17. 

Cossitt, Malcolm L., Alameda, Calif., assignor to Manifold 
Impressions Corporation, Carson City, Nev. Manifold- 
ing attachment for typewriters. No. 1,433,181 ; Oct. 24. 

Cossitt. Malcolm L., Alameda, Calif., assignor to Manifold 
Impressions Corporation, Carson City, Nev. Manifold 
ing attachment for typewriters. No. 1.433,182 ; Oct. 24. 

Cossitt, Malcolm L., Alameda. Calif., assignor to Manifold 
Impressions Corporation, Carson City, Nev. Manifold- 
ing attachment for typewriters. No. 1,433,183 : Oct. 24. 

Cossitt, Malcolm L., Alameda, Calif., assignor to Manifold 
Impressions Corporation, Carson City, Nev. Manifold- 
ing attachment for typewriters. No. 1,436,979 ; Nov. 2$ 

Cossitt, Malcolm L., Alameda. Calif., assignor to Manifold 
Impressions Corporation. Carson City. Nev. Manifold- 
ing attachment for typewriters. No. 1,439,403 ; Dec. 19. 

Cossutta, Ferruccio, Trieste. Italy. Hull construction for 
submarine and like vessels. No. 1,428,218 ; Sept. 5. 

Costanino. Alis, Providence, R. I. Rubber heel. No. 
1,423,399; July 18. 

Costello, Joseph A., Cleveland, Ohio. Making hexagonal 
hot-metal pieces for making hexagonal nut blanks. No. 
1,405,969 ; Feb. 7. 

Costello, Thomas W., San Francisco, Calif. Tire rim 
for use on autotrucks and other vehicles. No. 1,410,892; 
Mar. 28. 

Costello, William J., Penn Township, Allegheny County, 
assignor of one-half to J. E. Katz, Verona, Pa. Anti- 
creeping clamp. No. 1,440,062 ; Dec. 26. 

Costmeter Company. (See Quigley, John T., assignor.) 

Coston. Edward C, Skidmore, Mo. Machine for forcing 
gears or other articles from a shaft. No. 1,439,611 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Coston. Harrv W., Port Elizabeth, Cape Province, South 
Africa. Railway coupling. No. 1,427,942 ; Sept. 5. 

Cotal, Jean, Puteaux, France. Change-speed gear. No. 
1,418,537 : June 6. 

CotS, Adrien. (See Cote, Arthur J., and Cote.) 

Cot§, Adrien, Franklin. Mass. Submarine life-saving de- 
vice. No. 1,409,361 ; Mar. 14. 

Cote, Arthur J., and A. Cot§, Franklin. Mass. Attachment 
for spinning machines. No. 1.422.745 ; July 11. 

Cote, Thomas F., Prince Albert. Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Fuse plug. No. 1.424,714 ; Aug. 1. 

Cotharin. Claude L., Chicago, 111. Illuminated tool. No. 
1.439,404; Dec. 19. 

Cothran. Georse F. (See Vaughan, Henry A., assignor.) 

Cott, Charles M., Richmond, Va., assignor to Cott Printing 
& Index Company, Columbus, Ohio. Index. No. 
1.437,168 ; Nov. 28. 

Cott Printing & Index Company. (See Cott, Charles M., 
assignor.) 

Cotta Transmission Company. (See Asprooth, Axel H., 
assignor.) 

Cotter, Edward J. and R. E., Philadelphia, Pa. Stepping 
tool. No. 1,406,156 ; Feb. 7. 

Cotter, Richard G.. Sausalito. Calif. Ballot tally sheet 
No. 1.416,792 ; May 23. 

Cotter, Roy E. (See Cotter, Edward J. and R. E.) 



Cotterman, Eugene P., Wichita, Kans. Shipping case for 
linotype composition. No. 1,409,153 ; Mar. 14. 

Cotterman, Lloyd N., New Bremen, Ohio. Headlight ad- 
juster. No. 1,433,802 ; Oct. 31. 

Cottom, Albert E., East Brunswick, near Melbourne, Vic- 
toria, Australia. Manufacturing castings for shaping 
and drying hosiery. No. 1,422,675 ; July 11. 

Cotton, Alfred, assignor to Heine Boiler Company, St. 
Louis, Mo. Water-tube boiler. No. 1,429,716 ; Sept. 19. 

Cotton, Alfred, assignor to Heine Boiler Company, St. 
Louis, Mo. Superheater boiler. No. 1,429,717 ; Sept. 19 

Cotton, Alfred, assignor to Heine Boiler Company, St. 
Louis, Mo. Water-tube boiler. No. 1,437,495 ; Dec. 5. 

Cotton, Arthur F. R., South Kensington, London, England. 
Sound box of gramophones. No. 1,409,047 ; Mar. 7. 

Cotton, Arthur F. R., London, England. Diaphragm. No. 
1,417,718 ; May 30. 

Cotton, Charles, and I. L. Rodstrom, McCook, Nebr. 
Blower tip. No. 1.438,902 ; Dec. 12. 

Cotton, James H., and W. L. Burner, assignors to The Kil- 
bourne & Jacobs Manufacturing Company, Columbus, 
Ohio. Truck coupling. No. 1,423,084 ; July 18. 

Cotton, Orrville D., Dayton, Ohio. Fuel feeder for grates. 
No. 1,436,794 ; Nov. 28. 

Cottongim, Willard C, Sharpsville, and Ottis F. Kirtley, 
Kokomo, Ind. Automobile heater. No. 1,410,552 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Cottrell, C. B., & Sons Company. (See Barber, Howard 
M., assignor.) 

Cottrell, C. B., & Sons Company. (See Cottrell, Charles 
P., assignor.) 

Cottrell, Charles P., Westerly, R. I., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to C. B. Cottrell & Sons Company, New 
York, N. Y. Sheet-feeding mechanism for printing 
presses. No. 1,406,978 ; Feb. 21. 

Couch, Albert B., Marlin, Tex. Surgical instrument. No. 
1,417,142 ; May 23. 

Couch, Buel. (See Schnoor, Peter J. A., assignor.) 

Couch, Forrest J., assignor to Clark, Cadle, Harmon 
Corp., Rochester, N. Y. Valve. No. 1,416,175 ; May 16. 

Couch, Forrest J., assignor to Clark, Cadle, Harmon Cor- 
poration, Rochester, N. Y. Driving mechanism for 
laundry machines. No. 1,417,300 ; May 23. 

Couch, Forrest J., assignor to Clark, Cadle, Harmon Cor- 
poration. Rochester, N. Y. Washing machine. No. 
1,418,625; June 6. 

Couch, Forrest J., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to The Ameri- 
can Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Pressing machine. No. 1,429,409 ; Sept. 19. 

Couch, Frederick F., assignor, by mesne assignments', to 
Brunswick-Kroeschell Company, New Brunswick, N. J. 
Knuckle-joint connection. No. 1,427,361 ; Aug. 29. 

Couch, Stephen E. (See Poole, H. J., and Couch.) 

Couche, Charles W., Liverpool, and J. Kenyon, Flixton, 
near Manchester, England. Cooling apparatus for use 
in soap manufacture. No. 1,437,339 ; Nov. 28. 

Coughlin. Daniel R., Des Moines, Iowa, Theftproof elec- 
tric-light bulb. No. 1,437,723 ; Dec. 5. 

Coughlin, Gerald J., Watertown, N. Y. Display stand. 
No. 1,419,616; June 13. 

Coughlin, Joseph D., New York, N. Y. Warning signal 
No. 1,408.346 ; Feb. 28. 

Coughran, Samuel J., Buena Park, Calif. Dual spring 
suspension. No. 1,430,495 ; Sept. 26. 

Coughtry, Arthur J., Bethlehem, Pa. Countersinking ma- 
chine. No. 1,424,988 : Aug. 8. 

Couk, Patrick K., Roanoke, Va. Bottle-crating machine. 
No. 1,405,102; Jan. 31. 

Conlier, Sylvain, Schaerbeek, near Brussels, Belgium 
Motor vehicle and the like. No. 1.433.072 ; Oct 24 

Coulombe, Joseph C, Dracut, Mass. Fuel-feeding system 
for internal-combustion motors. No. 1,406,157 ; Feb 7 

Coulombe, Joseph C, Dracut, Mass. Suction-operated 
liquid-feed device. No. 1,408,801; Mar. 7. 

Coulombe. Joseph C, Lowell, Mass. Vacuum fuel-feed de- 
vice. No. 1,421,067 ; June 27. 

Coulombe, Joseph C, Lowell, Mass. Fuel-feeding and 
suction-inducing device. No. 1,424,715 ; Aug. 1. 

Coulson, John, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric and Manufacturing Company. Electrolyte No 
1,412,513; Apr. 11. 

Coulson, John, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric and Manufacturing Company. Electrolyte. 
No. 1,412,514 ; Apr. 11. 

Coulson, John, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric and Manufacturing Company. Electro- 
lytic lieht source. No. 1.419,360 ; June 13. 

Coulson, John, Wilkinsburg. and C. J. Rottmann Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manu- 
facturing Company. Terminal protector for electrolytic 
condensers and rectifiers. No. 1,438,630 ; Dec. 12. 

Coulson, William, assignor to A. S. Rosenzweig, Spring 
Valley, 111. Shovel. No. 1,430.797; Oct. 3. 

Coulson, William T.. Anorley, London. Enidand. Vehicu- 
lar and other lamps. No. 1,420,524 ; June 20. 

Coultas, Barnard B., and E. J. Stanley, Bakersfield 
Calif. Rod or well-casing elevator. No. 1,436,621 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Coultas, William L., Jr., Seaford, N. Y. Feeding de- 
vice. No. 1,419.025 : June 6. 

Coulter, James, Bridgeport, Conn. Chain link. No. 
1.435,700 ; Nov. 14. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED EKOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Coulter, Leonard P., assignor to The Cutler-Hammer Mfg. 
Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Motor controller. No. 1,439,871 ; 
Dec. 26. 
Coulter & McKenzie Machine Company. (See Fray, James 

A., assignor.) 
Counas, Agamemnon, Paris, Farnce. Electrical furnace 

for treating ores. No. 1,430,948; Oct. 3. 
Courant, Emile, and B. Auhry, Antwerp, Belgium. Tractor 
with trailer and connection. No. 1,439,294 ; Dec. 19. 
Courchene, Albert B., Chicago, 111. Pipe coupling. No. 

1,415,157 ; May 9. 
Cournand, Jules, Paris, France. Syringe with progres- 
sively-graduated automatic action. No. 1,416,014; 
May 16. 
Court, Clarence W., Chicago, 111., assignor to W. P. 
Murphy, New York, N. Y. End reenforcement for box 
cars. No. 1,432,969 ; Oct. 24. 
Courtney, Thomas J., W. A. Quinn, and J. F. Connors, 

Scranton, Pa. Stoker grate. No. 1,437,931 ; Dec. 5. 
Courtney, Thomas L., assignor of two-thirds to H. Keith, 
(junior), Wychitella, Victoria, Australia. Shock-ab- 
sorbing wheel for motor cars. No. 1,430,949 ; Oct. 3. 
Courtney, Thomas L., assignor of two-thirds to H. Keith, 
jr., Wychitella, Victoria, Australia. Shock-absorbing 
road wheel for motor cars and the like. No. 1,435,051 ; 
Nov. 7. 
Courtot, Louis, Paris, France. Means for fixing foundry 

cores in moulds. No. 1,403,467 ; Jan. 10. 
Courtoy, Fernand, Brussels, Belgium. Coal washer. No. 

1,430,216 ; Sept. 26. 
Courville, Joseph A., Marlboro, Mass. Block-planing ma- 
chine. No. 1,407,382 ; Feb. 21. 
Couse, Kibbey W., New York, N. Y. Keyway locator. 

No. 1,422,746; July 11. 
Cousins, George, Oswego, N. Y. Micrometer calipers. 

No. 1,405,295 ; Jan. 31. 
Cousins, John P., Portsmouth, Va., assignor to Gold Car 
Heating & Lighting Company, New York, N. Y. Ther- 
mostatic valve for heating systems. No. 1,439,069 ; 
Dec. 19. 
Coutts, Cornelius M., Issaquah, Wash. Shelving. No. 

1,429,846 ; Sept. 19. 
Coutts, George W., Waukesha, Wis. Permutation lock for 
the fuel-supply lines of internal-combustion engines. 
No. 1,408,932 ; Mar. 7. 
Couture, William L., San Francisco, assignor of one-fourth 
to J. J. Redmond, Sacramento, Calif. Jack. No. 
1,435,452; Nov. 14. 
Couturier, Ernst A., Laporte, Ind. Mute for musical in- 
struments. No. 1,425,318 ; Aug. 8. 
Couturier, Ernst A., Laporte, Ind. Quick-change valve 

for musical instruments. No. 1,436,085 ; Nov. 21. 
Couturier, Ernst A., Laporte, Ind. Wind instrument. 

No. 1,438,363 ; Dec. 12. 
Couwenhoven, Abraham; Hongq, near Zurich, assignor to 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie., Baden, Swit- 
zerland. Multiple-control apparatus for electric rail- 
ways. No. 1,411,269; Apr. 4. 
Covan, William R., New Straitsville, Ohio. Fencepost. 

No. 1,409.155 ; Mar. 14. 
Covelle, Albert E., West Medford, Mass. Lens-marking 

machine. No. 1,438,519 ; Dec. 12. 
Cover, Harvey S., South Bend, Ind. Eye goggles. No. 

1,433,676; Oct. 31. 
Covert, Homer L.,- assignor to Dow Wire & Iron Works, 
Louisville, Ky. Meter for measuring the heat flow 
through pipes. No. 1,411,165 ; Mar. 28. 
Covey, Tona. (See Covey, Victor L. and T.) 
Covey, Victor L., Tell City, Ind., and T. Covey, Louisville, 

Ky. Cane stripper. No. 1,424,989 ; Aug. 8. 
Covi, John B., Far Rockaway, N. Y., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Supporting bar and 
hinge construction for automobile hoods. No. 1,421,068 ; 
June 27. 
Covington, John W., Salt Lake City, Utah. Convertible 

day coach and sleeper. No. 1,417,719 ; May 30. 
Cowan, Aurelius H. (See Hardy. Essie, assignor.) 
Cowan, Charles O., Seattle, Wash. Drinking fountain. 

No. 1,409,930 ; Mar. 21. 
Cowan, John A., Minneapolis, Minn. Straw-briquetting 

machine. No. 1,403,294 ; Jan. 10. 
Cowan Truck Company. (See Eidmann, Frank L., as- 
signor.) 
Coward, Ernest S., Bradford, England. Detachable wheel 

for vehicles. No. 1,434,098 ; Oct. 31. 
Coward, John D., Newton Upper Falls, Mass. Traffic sig- 
nal. No. 1,422,179 ; July 11. 
Cowburn, Thomas, Churchdown, England. Toy horse 

propelled by the rider. No. 1,41S,626 ; June 6. 
Cowden, Harry D., Pittsburg, Kans. Mop. No. 1,420,525 ; 
June 20. 

Cowdery, Forrest I. (See Summers, Charley E„ as- 
signor.) 

Cowdery, George R., Ottumwa, Iowa. Fishing-rod holder. 
No. 1.410.798; Mar. 28. 

Cowdrill, Sidney, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Clasp. No. 
1,425,178 ; Aug. 8. 

Cowell, John E., Crest, Colo. Shade roller. No. 1,406,934 ; 
Feb. 14. 

Cowell. Selden S., Hnntsdale, Pa. Collapsible funnel. No. 
1,408,865; Mar. 7. 

Cowen, Joshua L., New York, N. Y. Armature brush 
holder for electric toy dynamos. No. 1,405,497 ; Feb. 7. 



Cowen ; ? oshu n a L - New Xork . N - Y - Hand letter folder. 
No. 1,424,881 ; Aug. 8. 

Cowey, Leonard E., Kew Gardens, England. Diaphragm 

warning horn. No. 1,416.452 ; May 16. 
Cowey, Leonard E., Kew Gardens, England. Spring sus- 
pension of motor road vehicles. No. 1,435,915 ; 
Nov. 21. 
Cowles, Alfred H., Sewaren, N. J. Fertilizer. No 

1,408,169 ; Feb. 28. 
Cowles, C, & Co. (See Bradley, John S., jr., assignor.) 
Cowles, C, & Co. (See Gates, Louis W., assignor.) 
Cowles, C, & Company. (See Bullev. Louis T., assignor.) 
Cowles, Eugene, Shelbyville, Ky. Signaling device. No. 

1,435,632 ; Nov. 14. 
Cowles, George C, assignor to Germain Brothers Com- 
pany, Saginaw, Mich. Clamp. No. 1.404.275 ; Jan 24 
Cowles, Isa Belle, Syracuse, N. Y. Nursing-bottle-sup- 

porting frame. No. 1,428,758 ; Sept. 12. 
Cowles, Lewis G., Yutan, Nebr. Eraser. No 1 408 564 : 

Mar. 7. ' 
Cowles, Ralph L., Canton, Conn. Radiator protector. 

No. 1,436,482 ; Nov. 21. 
Cowles, Thomas L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Locomobile Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Power 
plant. No. 1,402,481 ; Jan. 3. 
Cowles, Thomas L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Locomobile Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Door cur- 
tain for vehicles. No. 1,418,627 ; June 6. 
Cowles, William B., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Weld- 
less Chain Corporation, Dover, Del. Manufacturing 
weldless stud-link ship-cable shot. No. 1,431,442 ; 
Oct. 10. 
Cowles, William B., Philadelphia, Pa., 'assignor to Weld- 
less Chain Corporation, Dover, Del. Die rolling mill 
for the manufacture of weldless chains. No. 1,431,443 ; 
Oct. 10. ... 

Cowles, William B., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Weld- 
less Chain Corporation, Dover, Del, Automatic die- 
routing duplicator for die rolls. No. 1,434,683 ; Nov 7 
Cowperthwaite, William T., Mount Eden, New Zealand. 
Means for use in the manufacture of concrete roofing 
tile. No. 1.403,940 ; Jan. 17. 
Cox, Abram, Stove Company. (See Mott, Abram C, jr., 

assignor.) 
Cox, Albert J. (See Poirier, Alphonse, assignor.) 
Cox, Alonzo C, assignor of one-half to G. A. Clark, 
Cantril, Iowa. Draft device for harrows. No. 1,435,107 ; 
Nov. 7. 
Cox Brass Manufacturing Company. (See Cox, William G., 

assignor.) 
Cox. Charles M., Straight, Pa. Bracket. No. 1,409,525 ; 

Mar. 14. 
Cox, Claude E., Detroit. Mich. Gasoline-tank indicator. 

No. 1,432,157 ; Oct. 17. 
Cox Conservador Company. (See Cox, Harry B., as- 
signor.) 
Cox, Cumming. (See Martin, Wyatt, assignor.1 
Cox, Daniel R., and D. A. Kinnie, Pasadena, Calif. Gaso- 
line-line lock. No. 1,426,154 ; Aug. 15. 
Cox. David H., Roselle. N. J. Cap for valve tubes. 

(Reissue.) No. 15,359; May 23. 
Cox, Donald S., Buffalo, N. Y. Holder for disk records. 

No. 1,403,939 ; Jan. 17. 
Cox, E. G., Manufacturing Company, The. (See Cox, 

Edwin G., assignor.) 
Cox, Edward, assignor of one-fourth to E. N. Bezzen- 
berger, Bloomfield, Iowa. Poultry crate. No. 1,429,718 ; 
Sept. 19. . 

Cox, Edwin G., Berkeley, Calif. Tractor-belt link. No 

1,413.090; Apr. IS. 
Cox, Edwin G., Walla Walla, Wash., assignor to The E. G. 
Cox Manufacturing Company, Oakland, Calif. Belt- 
tractor attachment .for motor vehicles. No. 1.413,100 ; 
Apr. 18. 
Cox, G. Clay. (See Janes, Joseph, assignor.) 
Cox, George R., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Companv. Composite. 
plate and making same. No. 1,437,094 ; Nov. 28. 
Cox, Harry B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Cox 
Conservador Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Apparatus 
and method for preserving perishable substances. No. 
1,418,777; June 6. 
Cox. Henry B., Cordele, Ga. Concrete-culvert form. 

No. 1,429,021 ; Sept. 12. 
Cox, Henry E., Brea, Calif. Coupling for rotary pipes. 

No. 1,431,513 ; Oct. 10. 
Cox, Henry G., Chicago. 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Magneto. No. 1.435.281 : Nov. 14 
Cox, Herbert S., London, England, assignor to W. J. Mc- 
Crudden, Leeds, N. Y. Automobile-windshield fitting. 
No. 1,414.626; May 2. 
Cox, Jesse C. (See Dix^n. T. K.. Cox. and Klein 1 
Cox, John J., and R. Wendelken, assignors to J. Winter, 
New York, N. Y. Carburetor. No. 1,414,935 : May 2. 
Cox, John L., Philadelphia, Pa. Making projectiles. No. 

1,407,254; Feb. 21. 
Cox, John L., Philadelphia, Pa. Heat-treating and harden- 
ing projectiles. No. 1,407,255 ; Feb. 21. 
Cox, John L.. Philadelphia, Pa. Making projectiles. 

No. 1.409,929 : Mar. 21. 
Cox, John L., Philadelphia, Pa. Armor-piercing projectile. 

No. 1,419,361; June 13. 
Cox. Joseph D., Healdsburg. Calif. Dehydrating appara- 
tus. No. 1,416,793; May 23. 



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Ill 



Cox, Kenwrick C, Norfolk Island, South Pacific. Moving 
coil relay. No. 1,427,093 ; Aug. 20. 

Cox, Ora C. Philadelphia, Pa. Pipe vise. No. 1,410,553 ; 
Mar. 28. 

Cox, Ora M., Manayka, and C. C. Rose, Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Sheet-glass-drawing machine. No. 1,423,195 ; July 18. 

Cox, Paul F., Chicago, 111. Addressing mechanism (strip). 
No. 1,431,456; Oct. 10. 

Cox, Robert N., Waukegan. 111. Milk-bottle-cap remover. 
No. 1.419,823; June 13. 

Cox, Thomas E., assignor of one-third to J. G. Tidwell and 
one-third to W. P. Blair, Birmingham, Ala. Wrench at- 
tachment. No. 1,437,043 ; Nov. 28. 

Cox, Walter, and A. Shuman, assignors to Pennsylvania 
Wire Glass Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Making cor- 
rugated wire glass. No. 1,418,236 ; May 30. 

Cox, William A., Phoenix, Ariz. Combined hose drum and 
coupling. No. 1,417,459 ; May 23. 

Cox, William C, Cleveland, Ohio. Attachment bracket for 
automobile bumpers. No. 1,411,956 ; Apr. 4. 

Cox, William C, Washington, D. C. Periscope attach- 
ment for motion - picture cameras. No. 1,418,364; 
June 6. 

Cox, William P., assignor to Sanitary Heating and Venti- 
lating Company, Incorporated, Danville, Va. Air 
cleaning and moistening device. No. 1.436.4S3 ; Nov. 21. 

Cox, William G., Cleveland, Ohio. Automobile bumper 
bracket. No. 1,411,955; Apr. 4. 

Cox, William G., Cleveland, Ohio. Duplex-bar bumper for 
automobiles. No. 1,412.554 ; Apr. 11. 

Cox, William G.. Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Cox Brass 
Manufacturing Company. Albany. N. Y. Bumper at- 
tachment for automobiles. No. 1.409.675 : Mar. 14. 

Cox, William G., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Cox Brass 
Manufacturing Company. Albany, N. Y. Bumper at- 
tachment for vefiicle suspension springs. No. 1,419,228 ; 
June 13. 

Cox. William G., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Cox Brass 
Manufacturing Companv, Albany, N. Y. Automobile 
bumper bracket. No. 1,429,410 ; Sept. 19. 

Cox. William H., Collegeville, Pa. Mop. No. 1,438,748; 
Dec. 12. 

Coxe. Albert E. (See Carter, C. B., and Coxe.) 

Coxon. Sydney, Liverpool, and W. A. Williams, Wallasey, 
assignors to The Aladdin Renew Electric Lamp Corpo- 
ration Limited, London, England. Renewal of the 
filaments in metal-filament electric lamps. No. 
1,422,747; July 11. 

Coy, Albert E., Chicago, 111. Telephone receiver. No. 
1.403,592; Jan. 17. 

Coy, Albert E., Chicago, 111. Telephone transmitter. No. 
1.403,593 ; Jan. 17. 

Coy. Donald W. (See Williams. T. F.. Coy. and Pruden.) 

Coyle, Albert A., and W. S. Mitchell, St. Louis, Mo. Cap- 
stan. No. 1,424,900 ; Aug. 8. 

Covne, James, Pittsburgh, Pa. Clean-out device for 
Pitot tubes. No. 1.438,811; Dec. 12. 

Coyne, Richard J., et al., trustees. (See Kluefer, Guy 
L., assignor.) 

Cozzens, Charles O., assignor to American Optical Com- 
panv, Southbridge, Mass. Eye protector. No. 1,426,550 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Cozzens, Fred H.. New York, N. Y. Axle mounting for 
vehicles. No. 1,427.362 ; Aug. 29. 

Crabb, George W. J.. Newark, N. J. Dirigible headlight. 
No. 1,426.963 ; Aug. 22. 

Crabb, George W. J., East Orange, N. J. Resilient 
bumper. No. 1.426.964: Aug. 22. 

Crabbs, Roscoe B.. Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to The 
Philip Carey Manufacturing Company. Prepared-roofing 
shingle strip. No. 1.415.923; May 16. 

Crabill, Pearl P. (See Turner. J., and Crabill.) 

Crabill, Pearl P., and J. Turner, Springfield. Ohio. Bumper 
for automobiles. No. 1,402,399 ; Jan. 3. 

Crabtree, Thomas. Worcester, Mass. Bottle-sealing de- 
vice. No. 1,440,136 ; Dec. 26. 

Craddick. William F., and C. M. TJhlig, assignors to 
Vit-O-Net Mfg. Co.. Chicago. 111. Electrical pad and 
the like. No. 3.436.384; Nov. 21. 

Craddock. Stark W., Richland, Mo. Permutation lock. 
No. 1.418,778; June 6. 

Craft, Clarence H., assignor of one-third to H. D. Hutch- 
inson and one-third to J. Q. Adams, TJniontown. Pa. 
Electrically-lighted motor meter. No. 1,423,755 ; 
July 25. 

Craft. Edward B., Hackensack, N. J., and J. N. Reynolds, 
Greenwich, Conn., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Western Electric Company. Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. (Reissue.) Automatic telephone exchange sys- 
tem. No. 15,341; Apr. 25. 

Crafton, William L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
TTnlted States Automobile Accessories Manufacturing 
Companv, St. Louis, Mo. Whistle valve. No. 1,412,777 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Craib, Frederick, and J. Barnett, Martinez, Calif. Mop 
wringer. No. 1,419.543 ; June 13. 

Craig. Alexander, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 
Waving or curling hair. No. 1,424.991 :.Aug. 8. 

Craig, Alexander. Coventry, England. Golf club. No. 
1.429.569 : Sept. 19. 

Craig, Burnie J., assignor to The American Multigraph 
Companv. Cleveland. Ohio. Assembled printing form. 
No. 1,438.582 ; Dec. 12. 



Craig, Charles F., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to Craig 
Golfmeter Co., Wilmiugton, Del. Captive-ball practice 
device. No. 1,421,414 ; July 4. 

Craig Chemical Corporation. (See Craig, William E.,- 
assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Craig, David, Peabodv, Mass., assignor of one-half to C. 
H. Lovsey, Pittsburgh, Pa. Roof. No. 1,427,943 ; Sept. 5. 

Craig, Edward, St. Joseph, Mich. Wirebound-box construc- 
tion. No. 1,437,227 ; Nov. 28. 

Craig, Edward, St. Joseph, Mich. Box-sealing machine. 
No. 1,437,228 ; Nov. 28. 

Craig Golfmeter Co. ^ee Craig, Charles F., assignor.) 

Craig, Hugh, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Pump. No. 
1,439,295 ; Dec. 19. 

Craig, J. L., et al. (See Mallard, H., and White, as- 
signors.) 

Craig, James, Andover, Mass. Door for railway cars of 
the dumping-car type. No. 1,420,971 ; June 27. 

Craig, Louis B., Davenport, Iowa. Clamp. No. 1,408,933 ; 
Mar. 7. 

Craig, Louis B., Davenport, Iowa. Saddler's chest. No. 
1,421,916 ; July 4. 

Craig, Louis B., Davenport, Iowa. Lunette bracket. No. 
1,423,196; July 18. 

Craig, Mancis, Bedford, Ind. Auxiliary air valve for mo- 
tors. No. 1,411,957; Apr. 4. 

Craig Manufacturing Co. (See Jenkins, B. O., and Tray- 
lor, assignors.) 

Craig, Richard M., San Antonio, Tex. Animated sign. No. 
1,428,007; Sept. 5. 

Craig, Richard M., San Antonio, Tex. Method of and ap- 
paratus for producing transformation effects. No. 
1,428,008 ; Sept. 5. 

Craig, Robert, Dayton, Ohio, assignor to International 
Scale Company, Dayton, Ohio. Rack and pinion device 
for scales. No. 1,411,270; Apr. 4. 

Craig, Robert J. E., Collingwood, Ontario, Canada. Con- 
tainer for dispensing liquids. No. 1.426,846 ; Aug. 22. 

Craig, Wiley, Cincinnati, Ohio. Draft regulator. No. 
1,431,289; Oct. 10. 

Craig, William E., Joplin, Mo., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Craig Chemical Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Treatment for venereal diseases. No. 1,408,170 ; Feb. 28. 

Craig, William E., Joplin, Mo., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Craig Chemical Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Treatment for venereal diseases. (Reissue.) No. 
15,411 ; July 18. 

Craighead, James R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Recording instrument. No. 
1,415,528 ; May 9. 

Craighead, Magruder, Hartsdale, N. Y., assignor to 
Johns-Manville, Incorporated. Brake and friction 
member. No. 1,405,103 ; Jan. 31. 

Craighead, Magruder, Hartsdale, N. Y., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Incorporated. Fastening means and applying 
same. No. 1,423,833 ; July 25. 

Crail, Atlas O., Warren, Ohio. Seasoning wood No. 
1,416.269 ; May 16. 

Crain, Harrison U., St. Louis, Mo. Hinge for folding 
beds. No. 1,428,759; Sept. 12. 

Crain, Patrick M., and J. P. Smith, Hammond, Ind. 
Tire protector. No. 1.415,803 ; May 0. 

Craley, Clarence C, Reading, Pa. Lathe attachment. No. 
1,405,670 ; Feb. 7. 

Cramer, Albert N. (See Landrum, F. H., and Cramer.) 

Cramer, Anton M., Arendal, Norway. Hollow concrete 
block. No. 1,415,222 ; May 9. 

Cramer, Anton M., Arendal, Norway. Concrete wall. No. 
1,421,129 ; June 27. 

Cramer, Carl, Zurzach. Switzerland, assignor to Firm : 
Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron, Frankfort-on- 
the-Main, Germany. Producing magnesium carbonate. 
No. 1,427,444 ; Aug. 29. 

Cramer, Christopher E., Hackensack, N. J. Attachment 
for paper-making machines. No. 1,423,400 ; July IS. 

Cramer, Edwin R., Newark, and O H. Cramer, Edge- 
water, N. J. Oil projectile. No. 1,416,615 : May 16. 

Cramer, Howard, Jacksonville, Fla., assignor of one-half 
to L. Richardson, Louisville, Ky. Hub liner for railway- 
locomotive wheels. No. 1,426,715 ; Aug. 22. 

Cramer, Oscar H. (See Cramer, E. R. and O. H.) 

Cramer, Otto P., Geneva, Switzerland. Suspension device 
for globes and reflectors for indirect and concentrated 
lighting. No. 1,414,627 ; May 2. 

Cramer, Otto P., Geneva, Switzerland. Gas and air regu- 
lating device for incandescent-mantle burners. No. 
1,418,237; May 30. 

Cramer, Stanley S., Camden. N. J. Pneumatic power 
generator. No. 1,418,238 ; May 30. 

Cramer, Stanley S., Camden, N. J. Pneumatic power gen- 
erator. No. 1,431,907 ; Oct. 10. 

Cramer. William. (See Jacobs, I. M., and Cramer. ) 

Crandall. Albert L.. Buffalo, assignor to F. M. Campbell, 
Rochester, N. Y. Caster socket. No. 1.439,149 ; Dec. 19. 

Crandall. Irving B., Nahant, Mass.. assignor to Western 
Electric Company. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Con- 
necting transmitters to vacuum-tube amplifiers. No. 
1,422.837 ; July 18. 

Crandall. Merton L., Jackson, Mich. Water fillter. No. 
1.430.950: Oct. 3. 

Crandall, Milton S. (See Benson, E. R., and Crandall.) 

Crandall, Orlando, C, Stanwood. Mich. Combined sand 
and gravel screen. No. 1,424,451 ; Aug. 1. 



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Alpha helical list of patentees— Continued. 



Crandall, William H., Menlo Tark, Calif. Towing hook. 
No. 1,435,587 ; Nov. 14. 

Crandell, Willis S., Elsmere, assignor to A. P. W. Paper 
Co., Albany, N. Y. Cylinder paper-making machine. 
No. 1,422,541 ; July 11. 

Crane, Adam L., Fort Mill, S. C. Cement tie and rail 
fastener. No. 1,423,600 ; July 25. 

Crane, Arthur H., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to Her- 
cules Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. High liquid 
pressure detonator. No. 1.408,565 ; Mar. 7. 

Crane, Arthur T., assignor to The Chase Companies Inc., 
Waterbury, Conn. Visible spark plug. No. 1,425,748; 
Aug. 15. 

Crane, Arthur T., assignor to The Chase Companies Inc., 
Waterbury, Conn. Visible spark plug. No. 1,425,740 ; 
Aug 15. 

Crane Company.. (See Forsherg, Oscar A., assignor.) 

Crane Company. (See Houser, A. M., and Morris, as- 
signors.) 

Crane Company. (See Lindberg, Sam J., assignor.) 

Crane Company. (See Pfeiffer, Karl O., assignor.) 

Crane, Ernest W., assignor of one-half to C. H. Cooper, 
Buena Vista, Fla. Liquid conveyer. No. 1,406,158 ; 
Feb. 7. 

Crane, Frederick D., assignor of one-half to N. L. Foster, 
Montclair,. N. J. Receptacle closure. No. 1,417,975 ; 
May 30. 

Crane, Frederick G., et al. (See Hammond, Grant, as- 
signor.) 

Crane. George A., Chicago, 111. Power-transmitting ap- 
paratus. No. 1,406,444 ; Feb. 14. 

Crane, Henry M.. New York. N. Y. Vehicle spring sus- 
pension. No. 1,406,935; Feb. 14. 

Crane, Henry M., New York, N. Y., assignor to Wright 
Aeronautical Corporation. Compression-relief device 
for internal-combustion engines. No. 1,439,798 ; Dec. 26. 

Crane, Herbert W., Chicago, 111. Door-controlling device. 
No. 1,422,931; July 18. 

Crane, Jasper E. (See Underwood, K. C, Crane, and 
Kessler. i 

Crane, Joshua, ot al., trustees. (See Waterhouse, Harold 
D., assignor.) 

Crane. Louis, New York, N. Y. Nonremovable cork. No. 
1.416.016: May 16. 

Crane, Richard. (See Snadecki, William J., assignor.) 

Crane, Samuel G.. Toledo, Ohio. Electric water heater. 
No. 1 437,383 ; Nov. 28. 

Crane, Samuel G., Toledo, Ohio. Electric water heater. 
No. 1,437,384 ; Nov. 28. 

Crane, Samuel' G., assignor to Toledo Scale Company, To- 
ledo, Ohio. Indicator for weighing scales. No. 1,407,987 ; 
Feb. 28. 

Crane, Theodore G., Chicago, 111., assignor to Airoblast 
Corporation. Apparatus for smoking and curing meat. 
No. 1,414,504 ; May 2. 

Crane, Walter S., et al., trustees. (See Waterhouse, 
Harold D., assignor.) 

Crane, William M., Company. (See O'Dowd, Henry W. J., 
assignor.) 

Crane & Breed Manufacturing Company. (See Kallmeyer, 
Frank J., assignor.) 

Cranford, II. W. (See Chambless. James, assignor.) 

Crank, James O., Mendon, 111. Shock absorber. No. 
1,407,640 ; Feb. 21. 

Cranmer, George H, Philadelphia, Pa. Bit gauge. No. 
1,430,951 ; Ocr. 3. 

Cranny, John E., Omaha, Nebr. Attachment for line- 
casting machines. No. 1,405,498 ; Feb. 7. 

Cransbaw, Harold B., Boston, Mass. Receptacle. No. 
1,437,748 ; Dec. 5. 

Cranston, Albert E., Spokane, Wash. Mechanical move- 
ment. No. 1,417,503; May 30. 

Craven, Alfred B., Selby, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Yorkshire Dyeware & Chemical Company Limited, 
Leeds, York, England. Manufacture of linoleum and 
the like. No. 1,438,221 ; Dec. 12. 

Craven, Alfred B.. Selby, assignor to The Yorkshire 
Dyeware & Chemical Company Limited, Leeds, York, 
England. Linoleum and linoleum cement. No. 
1,438,222 ; Dec. 12. 

Craven, Francis S., and J. Mihalyi, Washington, D. C. 
Lubricating grease cup. No. 1,424,557 ; Aug. 1. 

Craver, Augustus E. (See Bailey, G. C., and Craver.) 

Craver, Howard S.. assignor of one-half to H. S. .Tudd. 
Chicaao, 111. Washing machine. No. 1,412,924; 
Apr. 18. 

Craw, Frank C, South Norwalk, Conn. Automobile theft 
alarm. No. 1,434,099 ; Oct. 31. 

Craw, Frank C, East Norwalk, assignor to Turner Ma- 
chine Company, Danbury. Conn. Soft-hat-rounding ma- 
chine. No. 1,418.288 ; June 6. 

Crawfls, Amos D., Toledo, Ohio. Reshipment container. 
No. 1.430.537: Oct. 3. 

Crawford, Albert G., assignor to H. W. Seaman, Chicago, 
111. Refrigerating process. No. 1,439,728; Dec. 26. 

Crawford, Beatty M., Santa Ana, assignor to V. V. 
KunUel. Los Angeles, Calif. Honey extractor. No 
1.414.260 : Apr. 25. 

Crawford, Charles C. (See Maddox, Robert A., assignor.) 

Crawford, Dolph B., Chicago, 111. Piston. No. 1,416,795; 
Mav 23. 

Crawford, Frank, sr., assignor to The Crawford Manufac- 
turing Company, New Brunswick, N. J. Stop-motion 
brake attachment. No. 1,428,416 ; Sept. 5. 



Crawford, Frank E., Potter, assignor of forty-nine tier 
cent to Harry L. Crawford and O. L. Miller, Revenna, 
Nebr. Differential gearing. No. 1,404,836 ; Jan. 31. 

Crawford, Franklin E., Winchester, assignor to Bankers 
Electric Protective Association, Boston, Mass. Alarm 
system. No. 1,418,628 ; June 6. 

Crawford, Franklin E., Winchester, assignor to Bankers 
Electric Protective Association, Boston, Mass. Detector 
for alarm system. No. 1,423,601 ; July 25. 

Crawford, Fred, St. Louis, Mo. Key-ring holder. No. 
1,432,016; Oct. 17. 

Crawford, George H., Lorain, Ohio. Display fixture. No. 
1,405,569; Feb. 7. 

Crawford, Harry H., Wellsburg, W. Va. Valve for gas 
engines. No. 1,406,979 ; Feb. 21. 

Crawford, Harry L., et al. (See Crawford, Frank E., 
assignor.) 

Crawford, Harvey F., deceased, Brockton. Mass. ; L. M. 
Jackson, executrix. Adjustable last. No. 1,424,343 ; 
Aug. 1. 

Crawford, Hezekiah H., El Paso, Tex. Metallic roof. 
No. 1,406,980 ; Feb. 21. 

Crawford, James H., Deadwood, S. Dak. Combined knife 
and fork. No. 1,425,750 ; Aug. 15. 

Crawford, Jesse C, Pittsburgh, Pa. Memoranda device. 
No. 1,412,043; Apr. 11. 

Crawford, Johu, and F. A. Weaver, Denver, Colo. Ex- 
pansible bit. No. 1,415,317 ; May 9. 

Crawford, John F., assignor to J. L Case Threshing Ma- 
chine Company, Racine, Wis. Gear-making machine. 
No. 1,428,219 ; Sept. 5. 

Crawford, John F., assignor to J. I. Case Threshing Ma- 
chine Company. Racine, Wis. Pulley-grinding ma- 
chine. No. 1,434,592 ; Nov. 7. 

Crawford, Josiah, Feversliam, Ontario. Canada. Ax han- 
dle. No. 1,431,153 ; Oct. 10. 

Crawford Manufacturing Company, The. (See Crawford, 
Frank, sr., assignor.) 

Crawford, McGregor and Canby Company, The. (See Mat- 
tern, George W., assignor.) 

Crawford, Middleton, assignor to Spokane Irrigation Pump 
Company, Spokane, Wash. Rotary pump. No. 1,426,820 ; 
Aug. 22. 

Crawford, Samuel M., Winfleld, N. Y. Sterilizing . and 
cooling apparatus. No. 1,405,816 ; Feb. 7. 

Crawford, T. H. (See Tillar, Henry J., assignor.) 

Crawford, William II.. Los Angeles, Calif. Cable-way 
excavator. No. 1,406,725 ; Feb. 14. 

Crawfordsville Seed Company. (See Herr, Shirl, assignor.) 

Crawley, Courtland J., assignor of one-half to W. N. 
Ferr'eira, Chicago, 111. Caster. No. 1,404,743 ; Jan. 31. 

Cray, Harry C, Akron, Ohio. Control mast. No. 1,432,970 ; 
Oct. 24. 

Craynok, Andrew M., Jr., et al. (See Kehr, John F., as- 
signor.) 

Crayton, Hadley S., Towanda, 111. Sanitary toilet seat. 
No. 1,429,490; Sept. 19. 

Creadon, James J., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Lite Products Corp., Wilmington, Del. 
Curtain rod. No. 1,434,369 ; Nov. 7. 

Creag, Charles A. (See Hillyer, G. L., and Creag.) 

Creager, David G., Lyons, N. Y. Saw set. No. 1,402,921 ; 
Jan. 10. , , . 

Cremean, William F., Toledo, Ohio. Hopper-door-locking 
device. No. 1,440,280; Dec. 26. 

Creamery Package Mfg. Company, The. (See Valerius, T. 
L., and Larsen, assignors.) 

Creamery Package Mfg. Company, The. (See \alenus, 
Theodore L., assignor.) 

Creasy, Reuben B., Ballinger, Tex. Folding cot. No. 
1,434,100; Oct. 31. , „ 

Creed, Frederick G., Croydon, England. Multiple-hull 
boat. No. 1,422,542 ; July 11. 

Creedy, Frederick, Ilkley, England. Dynamo-electric ma- 
chinery. No. 1,418,779 ; June 6. 

Creel. James F., Apalachicola, Fla. Glass for measuring 
turpentine to be distilled from gum. No. 1,412,169 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Creel, Willie C, Hemingway, S. C. Fertilizer distributor. 
No. 1,430,155; Sept. 26. 

Cregor, Nathan M. (See Hoffman, C, Grigsby, and 
Cregor.) 

Crehan. Hubert, Pittsburgh, Pa. Bolt-finishing machine. 
No. 1,420,410 ; June 20. 

Creighton, William II. P., New Orleans, La. Means for 
controlling the level of liquids in evaporating appa- 
ratus. No. 1,419,824; June 13. 

Creighton. William H. P., New Orleans, La. Evaporator. 
No. 1,424,992 ; Aug. 8. 

Cremean, William F. (See Wine, W. E., and Cremean.) 

Cremean, William F., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to The Wine 
Railway Appliance Company. Railway car. (Reissue.) 
No. 15,360; May 23. 

Cremer, Frederick, assignor to E. E. McMorran and W. S. 
Tiffany. Chicago, 111. Antifreezing charge for fire ex- 
tinguishers. No. 1,410,735; Mar. 28. 

Crfemieu, Victor, Paris, France. Cooling liquids and 
charging the same with gas by the use of snow-like car- 
bonic anhydride. No. 1.421,176 ; June 27. 

Creplet, Lgon J., Paris, France. Means fcr control of 
engines or apparatus. No. 1,412,271 ; Apr. 11. 

Crescent Feather Company. (See Hood. William, as- 
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Cresceut rump Company. (See Hatcher, William A., as- 
signor.) 

Cresci, Anthony L., Vinelaiul, N. J. Safety device for 
doors. No. 1,417,301 ; May 23. 

Cresci, Anthony L.. Vinoland, N. J. Door. No. 
1,429,063; Sept. 12. 

Cresco Creamery Supply Co. (See Goldberger, Morris, 
assignor.) 

Crespi, Silvio B.. Milan. Italv. Weaving process and loom 
therefor. No. 1,418,239 ; May 30. 

Cress, Hurve L., jr., Cincinnati, assignor of one-third to 
E. W. Nouse, Columbus, and one-third to R. E. Wardlow, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Comb for brood chambers and shallow 
extracting supers. No. 1,426,551 ; Aug. 22. 

Cressman, Russel B. (See Bullock, Thomas H., assignor.) 

Cretors, Charles. Chicago, 111. Boasting apparatus. No. 
1.436,862 ; Nov. 28. 

Crevellng, John L.. Auburn, N. Y. Operating storage 
batteries, etc. No. 1,407,3S3 ; Feb. 21. 

Creveling, John L., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to 
Gould Coupler Company. Electric regulation. No. 

1.404.933 ; Jan. 31. 

Creveling. John 1... White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gould 

Coupler Company. Electric regulator. No. 1,412,272; 

Apr. 11. 
Creveling, John L., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gould 

Coupler Company. Electric regulation. No. 1,412,273 ; 

Apr. 11. 
Creveling, John L., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gould 

Coupler Company. Electric regulation. No. 1,412,274; 

Apr. 11. 
Creveling. John L., New York, N. Y., assignor to Safety 

Car Healing and Lighting Company. Electric regula- 
tion. No. 1,412,339; Apr. 11. 
Creveling, John L., White Plains, N. Y„ assignor to Gould 

Coupler Company. Electric regulation. No. 1,417,143 ; 

May 23. 
Creveling, John L., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gould 

Coupler Company. Electric regulation. No. 1,419,493 ; 

June 13. 
Creveling, John L., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gould 

Coupler Company. Electric regulation. No. 1,419,494 ; 

June 13. 
Creveling, John L., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gould 

Coupler Company. Electric regulation. No. 1,420,817 ; 

June 27. 
Creveling, John L., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gould 

Coupler Company. Electric regulation. No. 1,420,818 ; 

June 27. 
Creveling, John L., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gould 

Coupler Company. Electric regulation. No. 1,420,819 ; 

June 27. 
Creveling, John L., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gould 

Coupler Company. Electric regulation. No. 1,420,820; 

June 27. 
Creveling. John L., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gould 

Coupler Company. Electric regulation. No. 1,421,009 ; 

June 27. 
Creveling, John 1., Tucson. Ariz., assignor to Gould Cou- 
pler Company. Electric regulation. No. 1,435,215 ; 

Nov. 14. 
Creveling, John L., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gould 

Coupler Company. Electric regulation. No. 1,435,380 ; 

Nov. 14. 
Creveling. John L., Tucson, Ariz., assignor to Gould Cou- 
pler Company. Electric regulation. No. 1,435,701 ; 

Nov. 14. 
Creveling, John L., Tucson, Ariz., assignor to Gould Cou- 
pler Company. Electric regulation. No. 1,437,132 ; 

Nov. 28. 
Creveling. John L., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to 

Gould Coupler Company. Electric regulation. No. 

1.437,724 ; Dec. 5. 
Creveling, John L.. White Plains. N. Y., assignor to 

Gould Coupler Company. Electric regulation. No. 

1.435.934 ; Dec. 12. 

("rider, Walter It., Indianapolis. Ind., assignor of one- 
half to II. R. Carroll. Evansville, Ind. Inlernal-com- 
loisiiou engine. No. 1,413,619; Apr. 18. 

Crighton. Peter P. (See Eraser, H. A., and Crighton.) 

Ciiier, Fred II., Seville, Ohio. Mold. No. 1,410,109; 
Mar. 21. 

Criner, Fred II., Seville, Ohio. Mold. No. 1,437,725; 
Dec. 5. 

Crippen, Fred N., Pasadena, Calif. Tubing bleeder. No. 
1,430,217 ; Sept. 26. 

Crippen. George P., assignor to Crippen Manufacturing 
Company. Mr. Pleasant, Mich. Bean-picking machine. 
No. 1.-113,969; Apr. 25. 

Crippen, Henry M., assignor to II. M. Crippen, W. N. Al- 
derman, F. Scott, and H. H. Haning. Athens. Ohio. Ver- 
tical loose-leaf binding machine. No. 1,424,753 : Aug. 8. 

Crippen, Herbert 0-, Jacksonville, Fla. Rail spike. No. 
1,424,623 : Aug. 1. 

Crippen Manufacturing Company. (See Crippen, George 
P., assignor.) 

Crippen & Reid. (See Winchester, Albert O.. assignor.) 

Criqui. Charles A.. Buffalo, N. V. Power boat. No. 
1.401,003; Jan. 3. 

Trisci. Aituro. New York, N. Y. Pottle stopper. No. 
1.433,S03; Oct. 31. 

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Crisenuorry, Benjohn F.. and F. M. Andres, Tipton, Ind. 

Hot-water heater. No. 1,402,210; Jan. 3. 
Crisp. Thomas and T. F. M., assignors of one-third to J. 
Turner, Junction, Tex. Water motor. No. 1,415,996; 
May 10. 
Crisp, Thomas F.M. (See Crisp. Thomas and T. F. M.) 
firstCrispcn, Clarence C, Harrisburg, Pa. Lubricator. No. 

1,415,997; May 16. 
Crispen, Clarence C, Harrisburg, Pa. Differential. No. 

1,440,341 ; Dec. 26. 
Crispin, Howard S., Thermopolis, Wvo. Governor for 

water-driven motors. No. 1,406,936; Feb. 14. 
Criss, James O. (See Sutton, A. I., and Criss.) 
Criss, Worley N.. Kittanning, Pa. Passenger's train- 
ticket bolder. No. 1.404,192 : Jan. 24. 
Crissey, Aaron H., Lansing, Mich. Farm gate. No. 

1,414,863 ; May 2. 
Crissey, Walter H., Reading, Pa. Storage battery and 

making it. No. 1,415,804 ; May 9. 
Crissey, Walter H., assignor of three-fourths to William 
Knoblock and one-fourth to American Electric Storage 
Battery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Detachable post 
for storage batteries. No. 1,403,737 ; Jan. 17. 
Crisson, George. (See Clark, A. B„ and Crisson.) 
Crisson, George, Hackensack, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Service-observing 
set. No. 1,412,103: Apr. 11. 
Crisson, George, Hoboken, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Electron-tube re- 
peater. No. 1,431,219 ; Oct. 10. 
Crist, Donald M., Santa Cruz, Calif. Producing iron. No. 

1.434,484 ; Nov. 7. 
Crist, Firman R., Scranton, Pa. Vacuum cover. No. 

1,411,323; Apr. 4. 
Critchlow, Edward C, Orcutt, Calif. Dustproof lubrica- 
tion device. No. 1,419,229 ; June 13. 
Critchlow, Edward C, Orcutt, Calif. Pump plunger. No. 

1,423,197; July 18. 
Critchlow, Edward C, Orcutt, Calif. Lubricator. No. 

1,437,169 ; Nov. 28. 
Crites, Virgil C, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to L. B. 
Chapman, Okmulgee, Okla. Tank. No. 1.430,798 ; 
Oct. 3. 
Crittal Casement Window Co. (See Walker, Thomas E., 

assignor.) 
Critz Manufacturing Company. (See Bradford, Charles 

B., assignor.) 
Critz Manufacturing Company. (See Joiner, Seaborn C. 

assignor.) 
Croad, Robin B., and G. E. Knowles, Liverpool, England. 
Manufacture and production of tanning agents. No. 
1,437,726; Dec. 5. 
Croasdale, John P. (See Wray, William J., assignor.) 
Croasdale. OIney. Berwyn, Pa., assignor to Pioneer Sus- 
pender Company. Suspenders. No. 1,416.335 ; May 16. 
Crochat, Henry. (See Colardeau, Emmanuel L. P., as- 
signor.) 
Crocker, Irving S., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Electrode. No. 1,406,542 ; Feb. 14. 
Crocker, James-M., and W. C. Magune, Fairfield, assignors 
of one-third to M. Reich. Bridgeport, Conn. Guide de- 
vice for boring tools. No. 1,408,802; Mar. 7. 
Crocker, Ralph R., Council Bluffs, Iowa. Packing con- 
nection. No. 1.411,205 ; Mar. 28. 
Crocker-Wheeler Company. (See Ward. Frederick E., 

assignor.) 
Crocker-Wheeler Company. (See Wheeler, Schuyler S., 

assignor.) 
Crocker, William C, Ealing, England. Fastener for 
loose sheets of paper or other material. No. 1,410.799 ; 
Mar. 28. 
Crocker, William W., Somerville, Mass. Metallic window. 

No. 1,405,817; Feb. 7. 
Crockett. Cyrenlus W., Passaic, assignor to The Alco Deo 
Company, Wallington, N. J. Organic composition. No. 
1,437,170; Nov. 28. 
Croft, Hiram D. (See Perkins, J. L., Deloghia, and Croft.) 
Croft, Hiram D., and W. Koberts, Springfield, Mass. ; said 
Croft assignor to said Roberts. Ratchet. No. 1,436.098 ; 
Nov. 28. 
Croft, John J., assignor to Capital City Chair Company. 
Atlanta, Ga. Reed furniture. No. 1,427,581 ; Aug. 29. 
Crogan, Charles W., Bangor, Me. Latch release for tapes. 

No. 1,424,085 ; July 25. 
Crogan, Charles W., Bangor, Me. Tapeline-case stop. 

No. 1,434,528; Nov. 7. 
Crogan, Charles W., Bangor, Me. Tapeline terminal. No. 

1.43S.903: Dec. 12. 
Croll, Albert J. (See Schulz, C. G., and Croll.) 
Croll, Paul R. (See Breyer, F. G., Croll, and Farber.) 
Crompton, Edwin, and C. L. Crooks, Pueblo, Colo. Latch. 

No. 1,419.230 ; June 13. 
Crompton, Edwin, and C. L. Crooks, Pueblo, Colo. Lock 

or latch. No. 1,434,370: Nov. 7. 
Crompton, Edwin, and C. L. Crooks, Pueblo, Colo. Lock 

or latch. No. 1,434.371 ; Nov. 7. 
Crompton, Edwin, and C. L. Crooks, Pueblo, Colo. Lock 

or latch. No. 1.434,372 ; Nov. 7. 
Crompton, Edwin, and C. L. Crooks, Pueblo, Colo. Lock 

or latch. No. 1,434,373 ; Nov. 7. 
Crompton, James, London, and W. Gallagher, Manchester, 
England. Calculating device. No. 1,424,344; Aug. 1. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Crorapton, Randolph, and W. E. Woodman, Worcester, 
Mass., said Woodman assignor to said Crompton. Mis- 
threading device for weft - replenishing looms. No. 
1,408,171 ; Feb. 28. 

Crompton, Randolph, W. E. Woodman, and R. J. Adams, 
Worcester, Mass. ; said Woodman and Adams assignors 
to said Crompton. Magazine for weft-replenishing 
looms. No. 1,430,005 ; Sept. 26. 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Bardsley, Henry, 
assignor.) 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Hutchins, 
George F„, assignor.) 

Cromwell, George 0., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Ludlow Typograph Company, Chicago, 111. Electrically 
heated melting pot for typograph machines. No. 
1,414,689 ; May 2. 

Cromwell, James O., Denver, Colo. Wrench. No. 
1,401,964 ; Jan. 3. 

Cronan, Joseph, Rose Creek, Minn. Alarm. No. 1,406,937 ; 
Feb. 14. 

Cronburg, Claude I. (See Budd, I. D., Cronburg, and 
Hurd.) 

Crone, Seth A., East Orange, N. J. Brake beam. No. 
1,432,234 ; Oct. 17. 

Cronenberger, George J., assignor of one-half to H. G. 
Miller, Chicago, 111. Combined kitchen table and iron- 
ing board. No. 1,415,529 ; May 9. 

Crook, Charles M., Chicago, 111. Time indicator. No. 
1,430,437; Sept. 26. 

Crooks, Charles L. (See Crompton, E., and Crooks.) 

Crooks, E. (See Miner, Clarence E., assignor.) 

Crooks, Roxie. See Jupp, A. E., and Crooks.) 

Crosby, Arthur P., assignor of one-half to W. T. Price, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Air exhaust for vapor heating sys- 
tems. No. 1,425,370 ; Aug. 8. 

Crosby, Clarence R., Williamsfield, 111. Machine for se- 
curing screw caps to containers. No. 1,439,070 ; 
Dec. 19. 

Crosby, Fred W., Garnett, Kans. Door-operating mecha 
nisru. No. 1,421,177 ; June 27. 

Crosby, Gorharn, Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to C. Blumen- 
thal, New York, N. Y. Apparatus and method for sep- 
arating matter from effluents. No. 1,407,936 ; Feb. 28. 

Crosby, Louis S. (See Bessette, Luke E., assignor.) 

Crosby, Raymond A., and E. L. Colson, Wauneta, Nebr. 
Combination steering device and gage. No. 1,405,901 ; 
Feb. 7. 

Crosby, Raymond A., and E. L. Colson, Hamlet, Nebr. 
Combination steering device and gauge. No. 1,412,454 ; 
Apr. 11. 

Crosby Steam Gage & Valve Company. (See Williamson, 
Walter, assignor.) 

Crosby, Vernon E., Minneapolis, Minn. Rear-seat wind- 
shield. No. 1,405,499 ; Feb. 7. 

Croshaw, Ralph S., Grand Rapids, Mich. Tail light and 
number plate. No. 1,423,648 ; July 25. 

Cross, Andrew J., New York, N. Y. Multifocal ophthal- 
mic lens. No. 1,415,318; May 9. 

Cross, Andrew J., New Yorki N. Y. Edge-fusing ophthal- 
mic-lens blanks. No. 1,432,235 ; Oct. 17. 

Cross, Frank L., Port Washington, N. Y., assignor to Cross 
Paper Feeder Company. Sheet-feeding machine. No. 
1,403,-541 ; Jan. 17. 

Cross, (j,.y C, Denver, Colo. Photographic-film-strip 
hanger. No. 1,404,276; Jan. 24. 

Cross, Guy C, Denver, Colo. Photographic film rack. 
No. 1,422,341; July 11. 

Cross, Harry J., et al. (See Welch. James G.. assignor.) 

Cross, Harry W. (See Sprague, John V., assignor.) 

Cross, Jerome A., Fultonville, N. Y. Nail. No. 1,407,641 ; 
Feb. 21. 

Cross, Milton O., Detroit. Mich. Gear-indexing mecha- 
nism. No. 1,426,552 ; Aug. 22. 

Cross Paper Feeder Company. (See Cross, Frank L., as- 
signor.) 

Cross, Robert J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Book cover and binder 
No. 1,424,622 ; Aug. 1. 

Cross, Roy, Kansas City, Mo., assignor to Gasoline Prod- 
ucts Company. Inc., New York, N. Y. Treating pe- 
troleum oil. No. 1,423,500 ; July 18. 

Cross, Roy, Kansas City, Mo., assignor to The Gasoline 
Products Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Treating pe- 
troleum. No. 1,437,229 ; Nov. 28. 

Cross, Samuel C, Washington, D. C. Machine for storing 
eggs. No. 1.434,649 ; Nov. 7. 

Cross, Victor L., Detroit, Mich. Micrometer height gauge. 
No. 1,414,183 ; Apr. 25. 

Crossan, Patrick F., assignor of one-half to W. J. Ward, 
Allentown, Pa. Waffle iron. No. 1,428,476 ; Sept. 5. 

Crossby, William E. J., Harrow, and J. Mellor, Harlesden, 
England. Manufacture of cartons and similar recepta- 
cles or containers. No. 1,437.496 ; Dec. 5. 

Crosse, Margaret. (See Fritz-Williams, Medora A., as- 
signor.) 

Crossen, George M. (See Reekie, J. D., and Crossen.) 

Crossen, George M., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor of 
thirty one-hundredths to L. E. Jones and thirty one- 
hundredths to H. Lyons. Furnace. No. 1,436,437 ; 
Nov. 21. 

Crosser, John L., Tulsa, Okla. Auto theft alarm. No. 
1,424,993 ; Aug. 8. 

Crossett. John L., Hinsdale, Mass. Nourattling shutter 
holder. No. 1,410,893 ; Mar. 28. 



Crossett, Lewis A., Co. (See Mclsaac, John T., as- 
signor.) 

Crossett, Robert J., Chicago, 111. Car dumper. No. 
1,437,962 ; Dec. 5. 

Crossland, Lorena, Philadelphia, Pa. Card game. No. 
1.415,019 : May 9. 

Crossland, William B., Philadelphia, Pa. Window refrig- 
erator. No. 1,410,378 ; Mar. 21. 

Crossler, Charles A., Dayton, Wash. Sidehill-mowing 
machine. No. 1,426,464 ; Aug. 22. 

Crossley, Albert D., assignor of one-half to R. T. Bassett, 
Hartford, Conn. Spare-tire carrier. No. 1,422,932 ; 
July 18. 

Crossley, David, Trenton, N. J. Power press for tile, mo- 
saic, and the like. No. 1,423,401 ; July 18. 

Crossley, Francis M., Redford, Mich. Switch point. No. 
1,430,952 ; Oct. 3. 

Crossley, Frederick S. and F. W., Blackrock, Dublin, Ire- 
land. Sectional hull construction. No. 1,418,629; 
June 6. 

Crossley, Frederick W. (See Crossley, Frederick S. and 
F. W.) 

Crossley, George C, Trenton, N. J. Excavating and load- 
ing device. No. 1,415,223 ; May 9. 

Crossley, Jesse D., assignor of one-half to C. F. Whitman, 
Detroit, Mich. Work-feeding device. No. 1,438,021 ; 
Dec. 5. 

Crossley, Kenneth I. (See Webb, W. L., and Crossley.) 

Crossley, Kenneth I., Manchester, and Wilfred Le P. Webb, 
Hale. England. Internal-combustion engine. No. 
1,410,894 ; Mar. 28. 

Crossley, Kenneth I., and W. L. Webb, Worcester, Eng- 
land. Oil-fuel-injection device for internal-combustion 
engines. No. 1,419,231 ; June 13. 

Crossley, Kenneth I., and W. L. Webb, Opensbaw, Man- 
chester, England. Horizontal internal-combustion gas 
and oil engine. No. 1,425,946 : Aug. 15. 

Crossley, Kenneth L., and W. Le P. Webb. Manchester, 
England. Internal-combustion engine. No. 1,423,085 ," 
■ July 18. 

Crossley, Kenneth L., and W. Le P. Webb, Manchester, 
England. Internal-combustion engine. No. 1,423,086 ; 
July 18. 

Crossley, Kenneth L., and W. Le P. Webb, Manchester, 
England. Internal-combustion engine. No. 1,423,087 ; 
July 18. 

Crossley, Kenneth L., and W. Le P. Webb, Manchester, 
England. Internal-combustion oil engine. No. 1,423,088 ; 
July 18. 

Crossley Motors Limited. (See Bobrovsky, Serge, as- 
signor.) 

Crossley Motors Limited. (See Wishart, Thomas D., as- 
signor.) 

Crossman, Frank, San Francisco, Calif. Portable burglar 
alarm. No. 1,440,005 ; Dec. 26. 

Crossman, Harry S., Dorchester, Mass. Shoe heel. No. 
1,439,405 ; Dec. 19. 

Crossman, Louis, New York, N. Y. Undercoating compo- 
sition. No. 1,425,510 ; Aug. 15. 

Cro'swhite, Estel L., Kansas City, Mo. Portable wire- 
weaving machine. No. 1,431,373 ; Oct. 10. 

Crotto, Frank E., Dallas, Tex. Well-washing device. No. 
1,427,944 ; Sept. 5. 

Crotty, William, Rockford, 111. Fastener. No. 1,434,735 ; 
Nov. 7. 

Crouch, Archer P. (See Mote. Sydney C, assignor.) . 

Crouch, Thomas C, assignor of one-third to C. L. Wynn 
and one-third to G. Boos, Elbow, Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Ventilator. No. 1,407,129 ; Feb. 21. 

Crouse, Edward V., Chicago, 111. Snow-disposal device. 
No. 1,418,630 ; June 6. 

Crouse, Emory, Wichita, Kans. Rotary pump. No. 
1,436,863 ; Nov. 28. 

Crouse, Emory, Wichita, Kans., assignor to The Clear 
Vision Pump Company. Gasoline-dispensing device. 
(Reissue.) No. 15,432; Aug. 22. 

Crouse, Herbert L., Washburn, and C. M. Johnson, Wood- 
land, Me. Bark-removing machine. No. 1,438,904 ; 
Dec. 12. 

Crouse-Hinds Company. (See Bissell, Carl H„ assignor.) 

Crouse-Hinds Company. (See Smith, F. C, and Stoffel, 
assignors.) 

Crout. Willie I-L, Conway, Ark. Wagon jack. No. 
1,413,262 ; Apr. IS. 

Crow, Alfonzo M., Metamora, 111. Egg case. No. 
1,439,612; Dec. 19. 

Crow, Robert D., Houston, Tex. Piston. No. 1,411,843; 
Apr. 4. 

Crow, Thomas. (Sec Scott, Douglas W., assignor.) 

Crowe, Frederick C, assignor to Variety Manufacturing 
Company, Yakima, Wash. Bending machine. No. 
1,414,340; May 2. 

Crowe, Joseph M., Brooklyn, N. X. Preparing a rotary 
gravure tone and line positive. No. 1,428.009 ; Sept. 5. 

Crowe Name Plate & Engraving Co. (See Hass, Gustav 
C., assignor.) 

Crowell, Charles H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for 
manufacturing glue. No. 1,401.965 ; Jan. 3. 

Crowell, Charles H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Container. No. 
1,430,287; Sept. 26. 

Crowell, Charles H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Shipping container. 
No. 1,430,288; Sept. 26. 

Crowell, Erd V., Tulsa, Okla. Oil-well-casing cementing 
shoe. No. 1,432,017 ; Oct. 17. 



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Crowell, Erd V., Tulsa, Okla. Gas-energy control for flow- 
ing oil or gas wells. No. 1,432,674 ; Oct. 17. 

Crowell, Erd V., Tulsa, Okla., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, of one-half to The Guiberson Corporation. 
Plug. (Reissue.) No. 15,501; Dec. 5. 

Crowell, Erd V., and W. Hawkins. Tulsa, Okla. Aero- 
plane-wing construction. No. 1,412,455 ; Apr. 11. 

Crowell, Henry W., Glen Ridge, N. J. Machine for sawing 
vegetable ivory nuts. No. 1,409,676 ; Mar. 14. 

Crowell, John E., Union County, N. C. Self-aligning com- 
necting rod. No. 1,409,931 ; Mar. 21. 

Crowell, John H., Tisbury, Mass. Fountain-pen pencil. 
No. 1,405,970 ; Feb. 7. 

Crowell, William D. (See Cain, Charlie L., assignor.) 

Crowell, William de F., St. Louis, Mo. Wind shield for 
vehicles. No. 1,403,488 ; Jan. 17. 

Crowell, William de F., St. Lou